Camel's milk is nearly impossible to get in the US, but in the Middle East and other parts of the world, camel's milk is also known as "liquid gold." Wall Street Journal talks to natural medicine practitioner Millie Hinkle about her efforts to bring camel's milk to the US so she can give it to her patients. So how do you milk a camel? Rare and exotic animal breeder Larry Seibel gives it a try. "Forget everything you know about cows; it's much different," he says. Watch the video after the jump.
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