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Horse milkPaardenmelk

it may sound a little odd but it is, in fact, quite straightforward ….

DNomads and Russian tribes roaming the steppes have been drinking horse milk since time immemorial to invigorate themselves. Slowly but surely, the benefits of the product are gaining wider recognition in western Europe.
Milking a mare starts six weeks after foaling, as soon as the foal learns to be independent of his mother’s udder.

How?


Milking the mares is a mechanical process, which takes place up to five times a day or every two and a half hours. Per milking session, only one quarter to half a litre of milk is produced; as the contents of the udder are limited.

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Quality label

The milk is treated in accordance with HACCP standards. Additionally, milk samples are tested by an accredited laboratory at regular intervals. We ensure that all our milking equipment is rinsed after each milking, which makes the operating costs of drawing mare milk quite high. Thanks to our preventative care for quality and hygiene, we comply with the strict requirements of the Belgian Horse Milk Dairy Association, which has awarded us a quality label.

Horse milk has already proven its worth

  • In case of metabolic disorders, as it stimulates internal cleansing.
  • As special support in case of convalescence or during and after chemotherapy.
  • In case of problems with digestion, belching, intestinal rumbles, stomach movement and inflation, flatulence, irregular bowel motion, stomach problems, etc.
  • In case of skin impurities, such as intolerance (tussocks, sun or cow’s milk).
  • In case of disturbances caused by ailments, medicines or alcohol.
  • To control cholesterol levels.
  • To strengthen the body in case of stress, tiredness, old-age ailments, problems during the menopause, …
  • In case of stiff joints or muscle tiredness.
  • In case of minerals or vitamin deficiency.
  • To increase resistance and boost energy and/or vitality.
  • As an energy supplement for sportsmen and women.
  • As a spring or autumn cure.