Tornike Tepnadze, the head of the farm, the
fed only on natural food, which guarantees that they will produce
100% natural products.
The high price is caused by the low milk yield of the donkey, which produces just 200-300 grams of milk per day. The farm produces on average 5-6 liters of milk per day in winter, 4-5 times more in summer.
25 liters of milk are required to
produce one kilo of cheese.
Apart from milk and cheese, "Virlandia" produces only homemade soaps made from natural ingredients and donkey milk.
The farmer notes that donkey milk does not have bacteria as such and it is used both for medical purposes and to produce cosmetics.
The farmer says that in a few months dozens of babies were cured with whooping cough, severe bronchial disease, and colds.
milk may sound like a trendy newcomer to the milk market, but in
reality, it has been around for thousands of years.
It has become popular again recently, especially in parts of Europe, appealing both to adventurous foodies who want to try new foods and beverages, as well as those who aim to eat natural foods with health benefits.
Donkey milk has a long history of medicinal and cosmetic uses. Hippocrates reportedly used it as a treatment for arthritis, coughs, and wounds. Cleopatra is said to have maintained her soft, smooth skin with donkey milk baths
It has antimicrobial properties and is used as a folk medicine treatment for infections, including whooping cough, as well as viruses in parts of Africa and India
It’s lower in fat, and thus calories, and has more vitamin D than other milks. Most of the calories in donkey milk come from carbs, which are in the form of lactose.