As long as pasteurized, goat milk can be replaced with cow milk for all occasions. All the products we process at Baltali Dairy are produced by pasteurizing goat milk.
Baltali Gıda products are produced by maximum hygiene standards with only healthy goats milked; so that all the health benefits inherent to goat’s milk can be digested happily by your children.
There’s a difference in fat molecule size. The fat molecules in goat’s milk are much smaller than the fat molecules in cow’s milk. It’s naturally homogenized; smooth and consistent without it undergoing a man-made process which is a necessity for the cow’s milk. It contains less lactose (milk sugar) than cow’s milk, which makes it easier on our stomachs simply because we need less of a particular type of enzyme to break down the lactose. It’s less allergenic due to the protein contents. One of the most common allergies in children under the age of 3 is a dairy-allergy and it has a lot to do with a particular protein in the milk called Alpha s1 Casein. The levels of Alpha s1 Casein are about 89% less in goats milk which is one of the main reasons why people who have dairy sensitivities may get away with consuming goats milk as an alternative.
Our goats are fed with the finest alfalfa and quality hay gathered from Konya, Aydin and Balikesir plains. We work with experts on goat feeding and feed our goats naturally produced and formulized specially for Baltali Farm. We do not use any hormones to induce more milk from our goats and do not process goat milk contaminated with antibiotics.
At Baltali Dairy we reflect a way of life that is against the use of additives to prolong the shelf life of our products for economic reasons. We thus refuse to include any additives or preservatives in our products for the sake of more profitability that would contradict with human health and process goat milk accordingly.
Always keeping them in the fridge, please refer to the last consumption date on the label if the package is not opened; if opened care to consume our products within 7 days.
No, Baltali Gida products are processed from %100 goat milk.
No; it is %100 goat’s milk. Please see our labels for detailed information.
No it does not.
Yes, it contains lactose (milk sugar) but it is much less than cow’s milk making it easier on our stomachs to digest. It is also less allergenic due to a protein content called Alpha s1 Casein. The levels of Alpha s1 Casein are about 89% less in goat’s milk which is one of the main reasons why people who have dairy sensitivities to cow’s milk easily consumes goats milk.
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In an effort to keep the milk yield at maximum, we have been using pure blood Saanen bucks to inseminate local dairy goat breeds. We are now content to say that we have bred high yielding studs which are Middle East adopted what we call “Turkish Saanen Goat Breed” special to Baltali Farm.
Apart from our own farm, we do contract farming and buy %100 goat milk from a number of goat farms that have high quality, high yielding dairy goats.
It is because our milk is pasteurized to neutralize the unhealthy microorganisms within the raw milk. Boiling already pasteurized milk is a wrong process that would damage the structure of milk. We urge our customers to warm our milk and not to boil it before drinking.
We transfer our products in cold chain as they leave our warehouses. Yet from time to time, quality problems start when cold chain is broken beyond our control during the transformation or storage of our products. For any complaints, please contact our hotline service.
We use salt as a natural preserver. Getting a “less salty” or a “very salty” taste changes from person to person. Yet for those of our customers who prefer a less salty cheese, we recommend them to leave it in the water for a while; or try our Baltali Goat Buche.