Donkey milk? UN food agency says yes to counter high milk prices

A woman drives her three donkeys home after collecting firewood at North Horr area in Marsabit county on November 4, 2013. The UN food agency is recommending more usage of milk from a variety of animals including donkeys, camels and llamas to counteract high cow milk prices. Photo/ JOSEPH KANYI

The UN food agency is recommending more usage of milk from a variety of animals including donkeys, camels and llamas to counteract high cow milk prices due to growing demand for dairy in the developing world.

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