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Camels and Camel Milk

By Dr. Reuven Yagil

From the Introduction: Camel milk: What possible importance can camel milk have in the year 1981 in a world beset with a multitude of problems? The answer to this is clear when we consider that one of the biggest problems confronting mankind today is malnourishment. Camel milk can certainly play a far more important role in the prevention of malnutrition than it does today. Growing and raising foodstuffs for the rapidly increasing human population is especially precarious in the hot and arid zones of the world—the very areas where the camel is one of the few animals not only to survive, but also to benefit man.

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