Milk production can be influenced by many factors, not limited to overall management, the does' body condition, stage of lactation, age of the doe, health issues, feeding, even the weather. Now that I've said that, my Nubians, in their best shape, in their milking prime, produce 6 to 7 pounds per doe per day. I weigh milk daily and track it throughout the lactation and that production estimate is based on several years of data. My philosophy is as long as the does produce enough milk to feed the babies, give me milk for household use, including cheese, and some to sell, I'm happy.
By contrast, according to the latest figures released by ADGA for does on milk test top ten producers averaged about 16 pounds per day over 300 to 305 days in milk.
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Raising PB Nubians in Tahlequah, Oklahoma
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