7 Making the Healthy Drink From Horse Milk

Making the Healthy Drink From Horse Milk

Posted on July 18, 2012 by team

It is a place in Bashkiria where horses stand in a queue. Welcome to Ufa stud farm №119.

Here’s the queue. The horses are waiting for morning milking. Older and authoritative ones go first, if any young horses jump the queue they are immediately beaten and turned out. The horses are about to see their foals whom they see only once a day.

There are about 250 horses at the farm that milk. Each of them has a foal pasturing in the common herd. Two milkers meet the horses with pails.

They milk manually

A rear left leg must step back. The horses know it.

Two nipples

Each horse has its own character, the milkers find an individual approach to any of them.


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7 Responses to “Making the Healthy Drink From Horse Milk”

  1. Liptonius says:


    I love a challenge, and like new things.

    This one, I’d have to think about for a while.

    Horse-milk? Fermented horse-milk?

    “It tastes like carbonated kefir!”

    Really? How… interesting.

    ‘Scuse me. Gotta go look up ‘kefir’

  2. Moola the Slave Girl says:

    People will blindly believe anything that has a good fable behind it. If horse urine was touted as beneficial for restoring youth and clears up the wrinkles, people would step all over each other to get some.

    • Fred Johnson says:

      Cows, and people from India. They use cow urine and dung (and probably other stuff) for just about everything. Soap, hair growth tonic, mouthwash, toothpaste… the list goes on and on….

  3. Perkunas says:

    “kefir” is just Russian drinkable butter milk. taste vary same.

  4. ivanna benderova says:

    Only in russia…
    I’m 100% certain theres a reason noone else does this.

  5. horse lover says:

    oh i love mares milk

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