you can always donate your excess breast milk to a nonprofit milk bank, and that selling your breast milk may not be legal where you live. If not, read on for information on how to sell your breast milk! Know your medical history,You'll want to keep it in an airtight container in your refrigerator until you get enough to break into equal bags. Look for buyers. You can find them on websites like Sell.com or TruckAndBarter.com. Decide on a price. Milk banks charge $3 to $5 per ounce. Make sure you are comfortable with your clients. Once you've transferred the clients' payments (try using a website like Paypal for extra security), get ready to send the milk.
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