The two types of formula that Holle offers are the formula based on cows and the formula based on goats. Formula made from goat milk or cow milk both make excellent nursing substitutes since they both contain about the same amount of fat. If your baby has trouble digesting the protein in cow's milk, you might want to consider goat milk. Goat milk formula often develops a softer, finer, and looser curd once it reaches the intestines. As a result, it might be easier for your child to process. A neonate who is unable to process the milk's sugar may develop milk intolerance (lactose). Because goat milk has much less lactose than cow's milk, your baby may digest this formula better.