Benefits of Goat Milk (Scientific Publications)

  1. Hypo-allergenic and therapeutic significance of goat milk. Y.W. Park. 1994. Small Ruminant Research 14: 151-159.
  2. Relative buffering capacity of goat milk, cow milk, soy-based infant formulae and commercial non-prescription anti-acid drugs. 1991. Y,W. Park. J. Dairy Sci. 74:3326-3333.
  3. Iron bioavailability in goat milk compared with cow milk fed to anemic rats. 1986. Y.W. Park, A.W. Mahoney, and D.G. Hendricks. J. Dairy Science, 69:2608-2615.
  4. Nutrient profiles of commercial goat milk cheeses manufactured in the United States. 1990. Y.W. Park. J. Dairy Sci. 73:3059-3067.
  5. Physico-chemical characteristics of goat and sheep milk. Y.W. Park, M. Ju´arez, M. Ramos, G.F.W. Haenlein. 2007. Small Ruminant Research. 68: 88–113.
  6. Goat milk in human nutrition. Haenlein, G.W. 2004. Small Rumin. Res. 51:155-163.
  7. Impact of goat milk and milk products on human nutrition. 2007. Y.W. Park. CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources 2007: 2, No. 081. CAB International 2007 (Online ISSN 1749-8848).
  8. Therapeutic uses of goat's milk in modern medicine. Walker, V.B. 1965. British Goat Society's Yearbook 24-26 p. 23.
  9. Basic nutrient and mineral composition of commercial goat milk yogurt produced in the U.S. 1994. Y.W. Park. Small Rumin. Res. 13:63-70
  10. Cholesterol contents of U.S. and imported goat milk cheeses as quantified by different colorimetric methods. 1999. Y.W. Park. Small Rumin. Res. 32: 77-82.
  11. Medium chain length fatty acid esters and their medical and nutritional applications. Babayan, V. K., I 981. J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc.,59: 49A-51A.
  12. Specialty products made from goat milk. Riberio, A.C., Riberio, S.D.A., 2010. Small Rumin. Res. 89 (2-3). 225-233.
  13. Recent advances in exploiting goat’s milk:quality, safety and production aspects. Silanikove,N., Leitner, G., Merin, U., Prosser, C.G., 2010. Small Rumin. Res. 89 (2-3). 110-124.
  14. Composition and characteristics of goat milk: review 1968-1979. Jenness, R., 1980. Journal of Dairy Science. 63, 1605-1630.
  15. Goat milk versus cow milk. Haenlein, G.F.W., Caccese, R., 1984. In: Haenlein, G.F.W., Ace, D.L. (Eds), Extension Goat Handbook. USDA Publ., Washington, DC, p. 1, E-1.
  16. The size of fat globules and the creaming power of cow, buffalo, sheep and goat milk. Fahmi, A.H., I Sirry, and A. Safwat. 1956. Indian. J. Dairy Sci. 9:80.
  17. Goat milk - Chemistry and Nutrition. Y.W. Park. 2006. In: Handbook of Milk of Non-Bovine Mammals. Y.W. Park and G.F.W. Haenlein, eds. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK, and Ames, IA. Pp. 34-58.
  18. Therapeutic and Hypoallergenic Values of Goat Milk and Implication of Food Allergy. 2006. Y.W. Park and G.F.W Haenlein, eds. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK, and Ames, IA. Pp. 121-136.
  19. Bioactive components of goat milk. 2009. Y.W. Park. In: Bioactive Components in Milk and Dairy Products. Y.W. Park, Ed. Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, Ames, Iowa and Oxford, UK. Pp. 43-82.
  20. Comparison of mineral and cholesterol composition of different commercial goat milk products manufactured in USA. 2000. Y.W. Park. Small Rumin. Res. 37: 115-124.
  21. A preliminary nutrition study of the value of goat's milk in the diet of children. Mack, P.B., 1953. Yearbook Am. Goat Soc., 1952-1953.
  22. Goat Milk: Composition, Characteristics. 2010. Y.W. Park. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Science. W.G. Pond and N. Bell, eds. 2nd Edition. Taylor and Francis. CRC Press. Boca Raton, FL.
  23. Goat Milk Products: Quality, Composition, Processing, Marketing. 2010. Y.W. Park. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Science. W.G. Pond and N. Bell, eds. 2nd Edition. Taylor and Francis. CRC Press. Boca Raton, FL.
  24. Milk production. 2010. Park, Y.W. and G.F.W. Haenlein. In: Goat Science and Production. S. Solaiman, Ed. Wiley-Blackwell Publ., New York. Pp. 275-292.
  25. Effect of heat on the anaphylactic sensitizing capacity of cow's milk, goat's milk, and various infant formulae fed to guinea pigs. Mclaughlan, P., Widdowson, K.J. and Coombs, R.R.A., 1981. Arch. Dis. Child.,56: 165-171.
  26. Goat's milk for infants and children. Taitz, L.S. and Armitage, B.L., 1984. Br. Med. J.,288: 428-429.
  27. Medium-chain triglyceride feeding in premature infants: Effect on fat and nitrogen absorption. Tantibhedhyangkul, P. and Hashim, S.A., 1975. Pediatrics, 55: 359-370.
  28. Goat Milk, Its Products and Nutrition. 2007. Y.W. Park and G.F.W. Haenlein. In: Handbook of Food Products Manufacturing. Y.H. Hui, Ed. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, NY. Pp 447-486.
  29. Comparison of buffering components in goat and cow milk. 1992. Y.W. Park. Small Rumin. Res. 8:75-81.
  30. Moisture and sodium levels in commercial goat cheeses compared with cow cheeses. 1991. Y.W. Park. Small Rumin. Res. 5: 141-148.
  31. Trace mineral concentrations in goat milk from French-Alpine and Anglo-Nubian breeds during the first 5 months of lactation. 1989. Y.W. Park and H.I. Chukwu. J. Food Composit. and Anal. 2:161-169.
  32. Macro-mineral concentrations in milk of two goat breeds at different stages of lactation. 1988. Y.W. Park and H.I. Chukwu. Small Rumin. Res. 1:157-166.
  33. Bacterial cell counts in goat milk and their correlations with somatic cell counts, percent fat, and protein. 1986. Y.W. Park and R.D. Humphrey. J. Dairy Science, 69: 32-37.
  34. Goat Milk: Composition, Characteristics. 2005. Y.W. Park. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Science. W.G. Pond and N. Bell, eds. Marcel Dekker, Inc. New York. Pp 474-477.
  35. Goat Milk Products: Quality, Composition, Processing, Marketing. 2005. Y.W. Park. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Science. W.G. Pond and N. Bell, eds. Marcel Dekker, Inc. New York. Pp. 478-481.
  36. Goat Milk Products: Processing Technology, Types and Consumption Trends. 2006. Y.W. Park and M. R. Guo. In: Handbook of Milk of Non-Bovine Mammals. Y.W. Park and G.F.W. Haenlein, eds. Blackwell Publishers. Ames, Iowa and Oxford, England. Pp. 59-106.
  37. Improving Goat Milk. 2010. Y.W. Park. In: Improving the Safety and Quality of Milk. Vol. 2. Improving quality in milk products. Mansel Griffiths, Ed. Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge, England. Chapter 12. pp.304-346.
  38. Effects of reducing fat content on the proteolytic and rheological properties of Cheddar-like caprine milk cheese. 2013. Van Hekken, D.L., Y. W. Park and M. H. Tunick. Small Ruminant Res. 110:46-51.
  39. Effect of five years long-term frozen storage on sensory quality of Monterey Jack caprine milk cheese. 2013. Y.W. Park. Small Ruminant Res. 109:136-140.
  40. Determination of molecular weights of caprine milk proteins by Matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry. 2012. Ham, J-S., G-S. Han, S-G. Jeong, K-H. Seol, A-R. Jang, M-H. Oh, D-H. Kim, and Y.W. Park. J. Dairy Sci. 95:15-19.
  41. Production of infant formula analogs by membrane fractionation of caprine milk: Effect of temperature treatment on membrane performance. 2011. Maduko, C.O. and Y.W. Park. Foods and Nutrition Sci. 2: 1097-1104.
  42. Comparison of free fatty acid composition between low-fat and full-fat goat milk cheeses stored for 3 months under refrigeration. 2011. Nouira, W., Y.W. Park, Z. Guler and T.H. Terrill. Open J. Ani. Sci. 2: 17-23.
  43. Modification of fatty acid and sterol composition of caprine milk for use as infant formula. International Dairy J. 2007. Maduko, C.O. and Y.W. Park. 17:1434-1440.
  44. www.goatworld.com/articles/purpose/significanceofgoatmilk.shtml
  45. Digestive utilization of goat and cow milk fat in malabsorption syndrome. Alferez MJ, Barrionuevo M, Lopez Aliaga I, Sanz Sampelayo MR, Lisbona F, Robles JC, Campos MS. J. Dairy Res 2001;68:451-461.
  46. Beneficial effect of goat milk on nutritive utilization of iron and copper in malabsorption syndrome. Barrionuevo M, Alferez MJM, Lopez LI, Sampelayo S, Campos MR. J. Dairy Sci 2002; 85: 657-664.
  47. A review of the nutritional and physiological factors affecting goat milk lipid synthesis and lipolysis. Chilliard Y, Ferlay A, Rouel J, Lamberet G. J. Dairy Sci 2003;86: 1751-1770.
  48. Goat milk. Tziboula-Clarke A. In: Encyclopedia of Dairy Sciences. Academic Press, H. Roguiski, J. Fuquay and P. Fox (eds). 2003. p. 1270-1279.
  49. Effect of threonine and glycine on the acetaldehyde formation in goat’s milk yoghurt. Rystad G, Knutsen WJ, Abrahamsen RK. J. Dairy Res 1990; 57: 401-411.
  50. Composition of goat and sheep milk products: An update. 2008. K. Raynal-Ljutovac , G. Lagriffoul , P. Paccard , I. Guillet and Y. Chilliard, Small Ruminant Res.
  51. Goat and sheep milk products other than cheeses and yoghurt. 2007. A.J. Pandya and K.M. Ghodke. Small Ruminant Res. 68:193-206.