Wondering how to buy breast milk? You’ve come to the right place for easy and private way to contact mothers with breast milk for sale. We have some tips for you to make it a great experience for both you and the seller.
Post your own ad in the buyers sections. When you post your ad here it gives moms the opportunity to browse your ad and contact you. Many times moms are looking for a certain criteria and are selective who they sell their milk to.
Interview a few sellers to make sure you have a great fit. Most sellers are happy to trade emails with you and answer your questions.
Be prepared to pay for shipping and other expenses.
Always ask for same-day or next-day shipping with delivery confirmation or tracking.
Make sure the seller has a good packaging method. Milk packaged with dry ice is the best.
Use PayPal to pay. It is the safest way to pay, as you can get your money in many cases such as fraud or if they don’t send out the package.
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Great! Now your breast milk just arrived what do you do next? Pasteurize it!
ALL MILK INTENDED FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION MUST BE PASTEURIZED BEFORE CONSUMING OR FEEDING TO A BABY.Please see our at home pasteurization tips.
Deciding how much breast milk to have for baby
To help calculate how much breast milk to leave for feedings, the following formula is helpful. A baby will usually consume approximately 2.5 ounces of milk per pound of body weight in a 24-hour period, up to a total of 32 ounces. For example, a 12 lb. baby will need a total of about 30 oz. of milk in a 24-hours period, which equals about 3 to 3.75 oz. per feeding for 8-10 feedings.