i raise dairy goats and have an excess of milk and whey. i did some research here on this forum on past posts regarding feeding milk to chickens. seems like the milk should be clabbered. i do this sometimes by adding a little rennet or lemon juice. this seperates the milk into curds and whey, then i feed it. however, sometimes, when i have just finished milking and i know i don't need the milk, or i don't have any clean jars, or i am in a rush and don't feel like going through the extra step of straining and cooling the milk or making cheese, i just bring the fresh raw goats milk from milking shed to the chickens bowls (*gasp* i know). from what i have read on here, maybe this is bad for the chickens? maybe i should always curdle the milk? never feed it as milk? and what about whey? i make a lot of cheese and have gallons of whey leftover from that... is that safe to feed as fresh whey? seems like what they like best is curds. if i feed fresh milk, it takes them a full day to empty the bowl, same with whey, but curds are consumed very fast! thanks, in advance, for the help.