Profile For Idaho Mtn Gal

Idaho Mtn Gal's Info

  • Location:
    South-central ID, ID

  • Driving Status:
    Experienced Driver

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  • Joined Us:
    4 years, 11 months ago

Idaho Mtn Gal's Bio

Did 14 yrs on active duty in the Air Force, getting out on 31 Mar 88. From there I went to a fly-by-night driving school (correspondence and 2 weeks in class with a few hours of driving) and then drove for May Trucking out of Payette, ID. I would have stayed with them, but wanted an experienced driver to go with and that didn't happen. After having troubles at home and a wreck (allowed a non-company driver back my truck up & he went over a brand new Fiero :-P), I got off the road over winter. In the spring of 1989, I started driving as a team driver for Freight Systems out of Boise, ID (company closed when owner died in the 90's). That summer a guy was put on my truck when his brother wanted time off. We got along and he taught me many things about driving. We got married and drove until Spring of 1990 when he wanted off the truck to be a cowboy/ranchhand. He did that until the ranch lost their hay to hail. We went back to driving for CanAm Express out of Fargo, ND. My husband wanted off the road and to work on ranches. In the summer of 91, I drove for the last time. Six years after getting married, my husband had 2 Traumatic Brain Injuries 40 hrs apart. On 19 Aug 96, life changed in a blink of an eye. The husband was life flighted to a hospital in Billings, MT in a coma. He came out of it 3 days later, but was angry, belligerent, violent and suffering from the 2 TBI's. In the spring of 1998, Social Security Disability kicked in, we got a little place in the s.e. corner of MT and lived there, raising a couple QH foals and reg. Saanen Dairy goats. In 2008 Worker's Comp paid me to be the husband's caregiver as he was now really needing more care. It was then we moved goats, mini horse and ourselves to south-central Idaho. The husband's TBI went into dementia and after it progressed to the point I knew I could no longer care for him, I went to school to get my CDL. It was shortly after that he was placed in a nursing home, fell 8 days later breaking his hip and hitting his head. His head wasn't examined and was bleeding into the brain. He was taken off life support and died 9 Sept 2014.

Three weeks later I went on the road driving team with my brother for a small company with 4 trucks. After 2.5 months we were allowed to drive solo. I stayed with this company for 16 mths, leaving to be a herd manager for a goat dairy. Five months later when that job went south, I went back on the road where I am still....tho I am in the midst of changing companies when Cheney Transportation had their Authority taken away and the trucks shut down.

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Posted:  2 years, 2 months ago

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Game: describe your first solo load experience

Payette, ID is where I picked up my truck in Dec. 28th, 2017. 2 ft. snow and -19 temp. Preplain take load to consigned 5 miles from terminal. 15 minutes away.

You must have dreamed of a future event ;-)

P-Town doesn't usually get that cold.....only this past winter has it hit that low in a long time!

Posted:  2 years, 2 months ago

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First week OTR training.....now home waiting for new trainer

When I drove back in 88-91, I always drove team. One co-driver was retired military and the nastiest person (and yes, showers were free back then with fueling) I've been around. He never showered, threw styrofoam coffee cups all around the cab, smoked (as a nonsmoker it doesn't bother me) and dropped ashes everywhere among other things. I ran 9 days with him and told the company I couldn't stay in that truck. Everyone else I drove with was good about showering and keeping the truck clean. I drove 3 yrs and got off the road cause my husband hated driving. He wanted to work on cattle ranches.

Fast forward 23 years....the husband was Traumatic Brain Injured for 18 years and due to burning out, was going in a nursing home. I was now 63 and needed to go to work. My brother went and got his CDL at 61.5, so I figured I could too. Went to school, got mine and was in the process of doing paperwork for the husband to live in the nursing home (was staying there fulltime) when he fell, breaking his hip and hitting his head. The bleeding into his brain wasn't caught for almost a week and by then it was too late. After he died, I went on the road 3 weeks later with my brother. We drove 2.5 mths together and then we went solo.

I have been solo now since Dec 2014. Don't think I could ever go back to team driving. What I see out there is just astounding. Truck stops, rest areas and on/off ramps are now filthier. You never saw pee bottles nor grocery bags with bowel movement in them. I don't understand why guys (and probably gals) can't water the dirt/grass, but have to pee in bottles and then leave them lying around. What your trainer did was not acceptable. He should have had you pull and taken care of business outside at the very least. What he did was just disgusting :-P

Posted:  2 years, 2 months ago

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Clothing

I wondered what the stars meant.

I'm an older female, a teenager during the 60's hippy era. I was not allowed to go braless back then and jobs throughout my life didn't allow it either. But learning about alt. health and cancer, I learned that underwire and tight fitting bras are very suspect in breast cancer. So, I wear my old ones cause they are loose but do give a little support.

This past winter the roads really got beat up in many states out west. Even with nice, comfy seats, I don't like them bouncing that much cause I am on the big side. When the bras wear out and I have to replace them, I wash the brand new ones in hot water and bleach a bunch of times til they loosen up. It's what works for me.

Posted:  2 years, 2 months ago

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How to have a bad day at the Wyoming POE!!!

How do you have a bad day at the Wyoming POE?

1. Show up with a wide load on a hotshot rig without getting a clearance number. 2. No oversized load signs. 3. No flags on the load. 4. No Dot numbers on the truck. 5. No beacons 6. No registration for the truck.

Boy! Someone wasn't thinking when they took that load and headed out!

Posted:  4 years, 8 months ago

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So Prime denied me...

Until Prime tells you, you really don't know why they denied you and you are just guessing. It could be because of your child or it could be something totally different.

I got out of trucking 23 yrs ago. It was more male dominated back then than it is now. I can attest that companies DO want women....I got lots of requests to check out companies, even tho I haven't driven for a long time. The big companies have no issue with my long ago driving time. The small company I went with, their insurance company only allowed me to go as a team with my brother for the next 6 mths...which is fine. We get along pretty well.

Call them back or write a note/email and bug the recruiter to see what the reason was that you were denied. Maybe they'll consider you persistent enough to be considered to be hired.....stranger things have happened.

Posted:  4 years, 8 months ago

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Tire Chains

Back 20+ yrs ago, dispatchers wanted you to keep moving at all costs. Well, that cost the company lots of $$ due to wrecks that lost freight and killed other motorists. There are companies that want you to chain still, but more are willing for you to park. My boss (has 6 trucks) asked me if I could lift a set of dual chains and I told him I probably could, but at my age (63), I had more commonsense than when I was younger. He agreed & said that parking is what he wanted me to do. So, I'm good. I could do it as I lift 75 lb bales of hay for my goats, but isn't something I really like doing.

We'll see if he practices what he preaches as I'm heading out on my first trip this Fri :-D

IdahoLaura

Posted:  4 years, 8 months ago

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Ladies....its time for some ideas and feedback from our women who have already gone thru school and are out on the road !!

What I wore 20+ years ago and what I wear now are two different things. Being a tomboy (have 5 brothers), when I drove 20+ yrs ago, I wore jeans or mens western dress pants. They were basically what was available with pockets. Since then I was a CNA in a nursing home and found medical clothes. Those pants are comfortable, some have cargo style pockets and the regular ones have deeper pockets than jeans, and clean easily. I've been wearing them from Family Dollar cause they are inexpensive and raising registered dairy goats, are easy to clean. I wore them while in school (Jul/Aug which is HOT in Idaho) and found them to be very comfortable. In the winter I plan on wearing tights or long johns and they fit nicely under the pants (wore them in the winters around here).

IdahoLaura

Posted:  4 years, 9 months ago

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Female things...

So getting right to it. Anyone use a Diva cup? What about female urinals? Porta potties and such? I did read a post from a lady who had her worst menses when she started driving any thoughts on that? I am not ashamed to admit I used depends once on a long cross country trip with two kids and two dogs did not want any accidents! Of course I took some ribbing about it, apparently it was the highlight of the trip lol Not the Grand canyon, not Sedona, not all the other grand sites! Just that I had a diaper on! Anyhoo, let me know.

Never heard of a "Diva" cup and didn't use female uninals, porta potties, etc. 23+ yrs ago, I ran mostly with men that weren't my husband and told them point blank that if I had to pee, a rest area was good but so was the off ramp on an interstate. Granted you can't do that in a busy city, but there are more truck stops out there now than there were back 20+ yrs ago. When I ran back then, I took Super Plus tampons and heavy pads for those days that I had a heavier flow than normal. I'd just tell the guys I had to pee and change at the same time. Most of the guys had been married and knew about menstrual cycles. If I felt they could joke about it, I would. Having 5 brothers, one learns to joke about many things.

When I start driving in the next few weeks, I will be running with my brother and he knows I have bladder issues from weight, MS and having kids. I take a med for that, but sometime have to pee without warning. I plan to use heavy generic depend pads if it gets to be a problem. I'm thinking that now that my stress will be in a nursing home, I may not have an issue :-D

IDLaura

Posted:  4 years, 9 months ago

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Female things...

I'm not gonna be much help on this one. I just wanna say, I enjoyed the Diva Cup when I had to use it, especially on long (none trucking related) rode trips from back in the day. I don't have THAT particular issue anymore and that is all I have to say about that!Cole

What the heck is a Diva cup? Never heard of it.

IDLaura

Posted:  4 years, 9 months ago

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Starting Later in Life and Pondering Different Choices- Advice?

You are a youngster. ;-)

I was 36 when I got my Chauffeur License in 1988. Now I am going for my CDL and turned 63 a week into class. You've heard them say "70 is the new 50s" and I guess that is so. I sure don't think of myself as being old. In fact, the local farm & ranch store clerk said it was too bad I wasn't older so I could get the 10% Senior discount. I told her I qualified and showed her my CDL permit. She thought I was 52-55 :-D I know I don't move as fast as I once did, but I still take care of my registered dairy goats, meat goats, sheep, rabbits and chickens on 4.5 acres of irrigated land. I do it all by myself as my husband is Traumatic Brain Injured with some dementia.

As for schools vs training thru companies, see if there are other nearby companies that do training also. 26 mths is ridiculously long. Most companies do 12-18 mths from what I have found when I was looking.

IDLaura

Posted:  4 years, 9 months ago

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It's been 20 years since I drove big rig

Thank you all I am Loving this website. Yes I have been on High Road Training Program. I love it so much info and test are great power tools. The only thing I am haven problem with is the new DOT Physical that went in to affect in May this year. I am either over reaction on it or just thinking about it to much what to do. I guess if i want to Continue taken them I have to get a letter from my doctor. For anxiety. Does all companies make u do a sleep study if u r BMI is over . I see that prime does that. So with all that said I have to put off school in till I have my sleep study done at end of August. Things sure have changed in 20 years. I am from Missouri. ..

Howdy Lisa! My last time on the road was April 1991....24 yrs ago. At that time I had a Chauffeur License. I just had my DOT physical and being clinically obese (5'4", 220 lbs (but now losing smile.gif ), they took a neck measurement and since it wasn't over 17" (13"), I didn't have to do a sleep apnea test. I have done a couple in the past since I snore (one sign)....but I've snored since I was a kid. I have 5 rotten younger brothers and they would tell the boys I was interested in that I snored! ;-) The VA says I may be borderline, but I don't have enough apneas to be considered for a machine.

As for medications, I believe those for anxiety are monitored with their use. The only meds I take is for my thyroid and the DOT physical doc didn't seem to care about that. My brother is bi-polar and was on several meds. He came off them under his doctor's recommendation and stayed off a year before driving. The doc that did his physical said it wasn't a problem. It is something to think about. Stay on them, get the letter and if you aren't anxious while you drive, get your doctor's help to come off them.

Good luck with the sleep test!

IDLaura

Posted:  4 years, 9 months ago

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Newbie! what is my next step?

Check out ALL companies that have schools and that will train you. The companies will have you driving for them for 9-12 months after you are done with school. England is pumping out the trainees by the hundreds every month. My brother got his CDL in Feb from a school and England was the first to respond to his employment app, so he took it. The next week he received many requests from companies that want older, more mature people to drive for them.

When he went out with a trainer, he found out his trainer (57 yrs old, brother is almost 62) had only 6 months driving time and he found that to be common. They were out 5 weeks and got 15,000 miles total! My brother knew more than his trainer did and he didn't know much. He fired his trainer after a near miss incident with another truck and got another. That guy DID help my brother learn more in 3 weeks. Then for some reason, he got a lady trainer for a couple more weeks and while she was nice, she didn't know much about trucks. While we aren't supposed to be mechanics, we need to know more than nothing. After he had been driving for a couple months, he came across his original trainer who, my brother said, was being starved out.....next to nothing for miles, sitting and waiting 2-3 days for loads and getting .22 cpm. After training, my brother was immediately put in the "Recovery" fleet where he goes to recover/rescue tractors, just trailers or both, along with loads. He's doing well, but wants me to find another company that will let us team and will keep us running. We are about 7-8 yrs away from retirement and both of us need to get a nest egg built up. My brother talked to his driver manager about me driving in the recovery and they would take me but I ain't getting on any airplanes and flying :-P

At this point, it's going to cost either thru a school (like Sage) or a company. Some companies will reimburse a portion of your tuition if you go thru a school....that is what I opted for as I don't want to be committed to a company for a year after school. Some company schools are good...it just takes investigating them and companies to see what you want to do. Good Luck!

IDLaura

Posted:  4 years, 9 months ago

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My experience with SAGE truck driving school of Rome, NY (So far!)

Howdy! I am glad you have had a good experience with Sage. I will be on day 8 in the classroom (Monday) and all I can say is that having the 2 instructors read the powerpoints in their monotone puts me to sleep (plus I'm a nite owl and it's tough getting going in the mornings). Back in 88-91, I drove for 3 different companies and while it was awhile ago, I do have experience. My concern was the HOS as my brother got his CDL this spring and talking with him I realized that it's an all new ball game. We got 3 hrs on HOS and I still don't quite understand it. When I asked, I was told not to worry as most companies use QualComm and it will keep me straight.....yeah, until the system fails and one has to do log books. Those I know how to do but not on duty hours, off duty hours and sleep time in a 14 hr period. Oh well, may end up teaming with my brother and I won't have to worry as much.

My big fear is the pretrip cause under the Chauffeur License, I didn't do one....but we will get to practice that starting next Weds afternoon. It will be hard going back to double clutching, but that will be for a short time. As for helping to get a driving job, they partner with Werner, recommend May, Andrus and Pride along with a local company that is only hiring "relief" drivers. There is NO driving Nov-Apr and working on a dock at $13.71/hr (better pay than most companies in this area) is better than nothing, it won't keep the wolf from my door :-P The cost of the 150 hrs training turned out to be $3891 (without hazmat & DOT physical...I paid that and drug test). With a grant from a local Veteran's Motorcycle club, I am paying only $2891 and I believe what I am getting is worth only that much. I did get my permit without tankers....which at my age, I don't need to be hauling milk and cleaning the tanks :-P This Sage didn't have any sort of financing, so I wiped out my savings to get going. The one good thing is having one on one with the instructor while driving. I'll let you know how the driving and testing goes.

IDLaura

Posted:  4 years, 9 months ago

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How much strength is required?

I was just wondering do you have to lift so much pounds to pass a CDL physical or when u go to a company u have to show them u can lift 50 pounds.

Howdy! While it will be awhile before I drive (have to get the husband situated in a nursing home first), I asked a couple of the recruiters about lifting for their company and NO, dry box and reefer drivers do NOT have to lift 50 lbs or less/more. For my physical, I lifted nothing, did not do toe touches or squatting, jumping jacks, etc. I had to hear a (forced) whisper, have an eye exam and answer physical questions about my health. The guys that are in my class went thru the same exam. Oh yeah....and a pee drug test. That was it. If you have health issues, be honest about them, otherwise, you should be fine.

IDLaura

Posted:  4 years, 10 months ago

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4-Wheeler almost hits me

That's as good as the one I saw a couple days ago. I was heading south on a 2 lane State hwy in a 35 mph chip & seal construction zone. Everyone was doing about 40 coming into the area and slowing to 35 mph. Out of the blue, a lady in a SUV passed and cut in front of me (I leave plenty of room in chip & seal zones....and yes, I had a rock chip my windshield, even with the space :-P ). She started to pass the guy that was now in front of her, but he swung into the left (northbound) lane due to the construction worker near the road. She threw on her brakes and tried ducking around on the right side of him....I don't think she even saw the worker on the road! For the rest of the 7 miles, she was forced to drive 35 mph as we were now following a pilot car. She kept riding the guy's tail that was in front of her and hitting her brakes. Just as we were to get out of the zone, she turned off into a car repair business....not at a hospital nor a doctor's office....a car repair place. All that stupid driving for nothing. IDLaura

Posted:  4 years, 10 months ago

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The really sad part about Swift versus Central ???? Swift just bought Central.....damn the luck, girl. It would help us to know what state you live in, so we would be able to see whats out there for you.

When did they buy out Central? :-P She said in her first post: i have looked at the majority of the company schools and called several but it appears that the only ones really available to me are Swift and Central because i live in Oregon. There's gotta be more than just Swift and Central in Oregon. IDLaura

Posted:  4 years, 10 months ago

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Can anyone loan their truck for CDL test? In NC?

My son paid 150.00 to use a college truck to take his CDL test and did not go to school but already had a job that wanted him to get his CDL. Check into that, might be doable.

I read this yesterday and asked my school if they did that. Due to insurance issues, they said absolutely not. While talking with a friend today, they told me that the DMV has a truck here in southern ID that can be used for testing. However, the companies I looked into wants school or experience, so that's not the way for me. IDLaura

Posted:  4 years, 10 months ago

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Any ladies out there running flatbed?

I used to haul dry van and I'm thinking about making the switch. It sounds like flatbed is a lot more physical with strapping and tarping loads all the time. How much physical strength does it require? Any ladies out there making a success of it? I'm also kind of short at 5'4 so I wonder if that would be a hindrance.

It is more physical with tarping, or using chains on equipment. I drove a drop deck flat (not a lowboy....was 3 ft above the ground) 22 yrs ago....back when I was 40 and in good shape. It was hard then even when using a cheater bar.

Several mths ago (before driving entered my head) I ordered 9 pallets of bagged haylage (like silage...only made with alfalfa hay) for my goats. It came tarped and strapped on a flatbed. The driver was in his late 40's and in good shape. That tarp was awkward and heavy to take off. It was windy and he had the ****ens of the time trying to get it folded up....I helped. After my product got taken off, he had to retarp and strap it. The wind was even stronger and the end towards the back of the trailer kept blowing up over the pallets. He really struggled with it. Would he have had problems if it wasn't windy? Some, as he complained about how heavy it was. It took him 40 mins to get the remainder of the load retarped and strapped down. Too much manual labor for me at my age! :-P IDLaura

Posted:  4 years, 10 months ago

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Need advice/ starting out

Me and my boyfriend are looking to get into trucking.. But, we are stuck at which route to take. We have been looking into a course at our local community college where we can use our financial aide as well as company sponsored training. We can see the benefits of both, such as with the community college option we can work where ever we choose when done but are not guaranteed to be able to find employment. In this course we do a 5 week class and obtain our license, then for the next 10 weeks we are employed and generating income with a motor carrier (separate of course.) As with the company sponsored training we receive training and a job, but are tied down but able to get experience. We really want to be able to drive together ASAP. We also realize with company training we will be separated as well for training but, afterwards will we be able to drive together? Also how long will we be separated? We have also played with the idea of doing the community college program first, then trying to find employment and save money. Then if we can't get a job on our own we can do company sponsored and have saved enough money to pay the bills while we are gone.. I also believe we make more money already having gotten our license? I'm not sure, plus this way if we can't find a job, more experience can't hurt us right? Any and all advice/ ideas are appreciated. Thanks!!!

My brother got his schooling thru a truck driving school. They helped him with getting his CDL and had companies that sent recruiters to talk with the class. He sent out many pre-apps and unfortunately went with the first respondent. Had he known to wait, he actually had 7 companies that were interested in him. He had no experience previous to the class and is 61....an age where it's hard to get hired :-P He went with England, who picked up his tuition and for that he had to commit to 9 mths with them. England put him out with 2 different phase trainers and now he running in their "Recovery" division. Still, he is seriously thinking of going with another company that pays better when his time is done. There are plenty of companies out there that would love to have a team. Since you are both inexperienced you will have to go with different trainers. Each company has different requirements for that....just pull up company websites and read thru them to see what will be required. Don't stress about not getting a job driving....the companies NEED drivers...especially clean (no drugs) ones.

IDLaura

Posted:  4 years, 10 months ago

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Hello from Cincinnati and a medical question

Idaho Mtn Gal...you are my age....so you are NEVER to old to get out there and do what ya wanna do !!! I have milk cows...so we are alot alike....oddly enough... I was told I was lactose intolerant..but I had been raised on a dairy !!! So I got a milk cow,..and have been gurglin' down fresh whole milk ever since...oh...and the butter !!!!! yummmm

Since I wrote that, decisions have been made and things have progressed to where I paid for my school today (have a grant...$1000....from the local VietNam Veterans Motorcycle Club), did a drug pee test, got my 2 yr medical card last week and start school next Monday for one month's schooling. 2.5 weeks will be classroom and 1.5 weeks driving. The driving and backing will be easy as I haul a livestock bumper pull trailer to goat shows, the vet, deliver critters to new animals, etc. Many people have me back their stock trailers for them :-D After talking with my brother (started with England :-P in Feb), the Hours of Service rules are new to me, so I will really need to pay attention....plus I ran team before. Driving solo will be an experience. Before the husband can be put in the nursing home, he needs a physical & that is set up for next Tues at the VA. He will also need orders from his Brain Injury doctor and that will be done on 19 Aug. Friends say I have the sparkle back in my eyes and a ready smile for people. I really didn't realize that I was so worn down.

What I have found from talking to people that are lactose intolerant is that they can't drink store bought milk (pasteurized and homogenized). When they switch to fresh cow's milk, some don't tolerate that even. If they try fresh goat's milk, they do fine. A few years ago, in Australia, scientists discovered that there are 2 different types of cows: Holsteins, Shorthorns and those in that type are A1 and Jersey, Guernsey, Swiss and those type are A2. Goats are A2. People that switched to the A2 cows usually did fine. The truly allergic to all milks is 1% only. The biggest problem for people is the pasteurization and homogenization of all milk. Then I discovered that people with gluten intolerance and have celiac disease don't tolerate even fresh milk. I thought gluten intolerance was just in wheat products. I had a grandmother come to me for milk for her 8 mth old grandson. I do not feed wheat to my goats. Well, the baby projectile vomited and she called in a panic. When I told her that there were oats and barley in their feed, she told me what 4 grains (rye also) had gluten. So called my feed mill and they made a custom feed of milo, little bit of corn and field peas along with the protein pellet. Let the gals eat that for a week and they came down to try the milk on the baby. He kept it down. She and I got to talking and I related that my kids ped doc wanted them on formula (born in 75 & 78). When I insisted that I was nursing, he told me to watch what I ate as it would go thru my milk and into the baby. But that was a long time ago and I didn't remember. I fed that little boy for 1.5 yrs and then they went to almond milk :-P I have my gals back on regular grains again, but would switch for a customer if I needed to.

Goat milk is naturally homogenized so, while a little may separate off, you need a separator to get cream to make butter. Not worth the hassle :-P However, goat milk ice cream.....YUUUUMMM!!! :-D Well, it's cooled off enough so I best juice the gals!

IDLaura

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