When we first got our goat girls, we had one that was “in milk”.
Her poor udder was so sore, though, and when I would go out there to milk her, I could almost feel her pain. I wasn’t sure about how to make anything soothing for it, so I went out and bought her the commercial lanolin to help ease it.
This week’s favorite is inspired by that and now that I have a great recipe for it, I will never again buy commercial! Check out The Browning Homestead’s Homemade Udder Balm!
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