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Milk is a white, nutrient-rich liquid made in the mammary glands of mammals made to feed their young. Milk from non-humans is regularly harvested from cows, goats, sheep, and other animals on a dairy for consumption as a beverage or for processing into butter, cheese, and other food products.

Goat milk may have a musky taste if bucks (male goats) cohabitate with does (female goats).[1]