Since July this year when PWF posted, once again, the possibility of a camel milk industry in WA, I have received several phone calls about people on the east coast wanting (quite desperately) to access camel milk, for all the curative properties it possesses.
Check out the November 9 Sunday Night for the answers to a lot of questions.
Camel milk expert Dr Millie Hinkle says she has seen ‘mind-blowing’ results from camel milk in children with Autism and chronic diseases.
“We see children when we start them on the milk immediately, some within a few hours start to speak who did not speak before, the seizures stop, they sleep better, they pay attention, they interact with other people.
Australia has more wild camels than anywhere else on earth and, unlike those in the Middle East ours are disease free.
In Australia it is against the law to sell camel milk for human consumption, drastically reducing the market for an expensive and labour-intensive farming practice.
‘The government I think is absolutely pathetic,’ Dr Hinkle said.
‘Australia is a goose with a golden egg, it is sitting on a gold mine. Why? Because Australia has no hoof and mouth disease which is prevalent in all the Middle Eastern countries.'”
It seems there are now two places camel milk is available in Australia:
1. Chris O’Hara’s Calamunnda Camel Farm In the Perth Hills. The Calamunnda Camel Farm at 361 Paulls Valley Road Paulls Valley, Perth Hills WA, is promoted as a tourist attraction but it is also producing camel milk. You can check out the Calamunnda Farm on Facebook.
2. Evan Casey and Hannah Purss of Australian Camel Solutions also distribute camel milk. You can email them firstname.lastname@example.org to go on an email list to be advised of camel milk availability. Evan and Hannah are also on Facebook and their skype numbers are:
Hannah: 0408 026 937; Evan: 0457 250 596.
All feedback on this topic is very welcome