Hello Doctor, My name is Joe Stout and I developed the Homemade Goat Milk Formula you’re currently evaluating. Thank you for taking the time to research and evaluate the nutritional inputs your patients (and their caregivers) are utilizing. I earned a bachelors of science in Food Science and Human Nutrition from Washington State University as […]
The following is a series of FAQs regarding the homemade baby formula recipe I created over 10 years ago. Making a homemade formula is a big deal and I totally understand why there are so many questions. 🙂 I try to keep the page updated and so if your question isn’t here you can send […]
Making a homemade goat milk infant formula may seem scary at first but it doesn’t have to be. If you want optimum nutrition for your baby consider the top 7 reasons why making your own formula at home is superior to using ready-to-mix powder.
Note: This database is current as of June 11th, 2021 Below is a baby formula nutrition database I created to show conclusively that this homemade baby formula recipe follows the federal guidelines for nutrient minimums and maximums required by law in infant formula. This recipe follows the same nutrient requirements that infant formula manufacturers must follow […]
Hi there! I created the following homemade goat milk formula recipe nearly 10 years ago when my daughter Liesl was struggling to cope with commercial formula. I have both a Bachelors and Masters of Science in Human Nutrition and have used this formula with several of my 9 children. You can read the story behind […]
The goal is easy to understand: Create a homemade infant formula recipe that resemble mother’s milk as closely as possible. This nutritional science makes it happen.
Now nearly 10 years old, Liesl is a staple of the Mt. Capra story, adorning the front cover of the catalog and traveling to regional conferences with Joe to spread the word about goat milk magic! Suffice it to say the homemade goats milk formula did a great thing for our little girl.