Hi all! I have 2 dairy goats who are due in May, and I know I'll have more milk that what I will need. How can I incorporate milk and milk products (whey, excess curd, leftover yogurt, etc) into the diets of my poultry? I have chickens, turkeys, quail, and guineas. Should I let the milk curdle/clabber and mix it with their food? Should I soak their food in milk before feeding? Should I just offer milk to drink? Should I avoid milk for any of my birds? The only ones I could see it being an issue are the quail, because they're so small. Has anyone fed their birds on milk before? I will probably raise some excess roosters and turkey toms for meat, and I wonder how milk-fed birds will taste. Would that be considered a selling point, do you think? "Taste the past! Organic, pastured, milk-fed chicken/turkey!"