GOAT MILK
Easy to digest
The delicate digestive system of a child often encounters difficulties in digesting cow milk formulas. Goat milk, by contrast, is easy to break down due to the unique structure of its proteins and fats. Resulting soft casein curd facilitates absorption, thus making nutrients easily accessible without further burdening the digestive system of a child.

Goat milk is easily digestible and facilitates the gentle absorption of beneficial trace elements. It is a good alternative for babies with a sensitive tummies.
Whole goat milk
Whole goat milk is a hard to digest product as it is rich in micronutrients and contains more protein than a baby needs. It is not recommended for young children, but due to its beneficial properties dry adapted milk formulas are produced on its basis. In these formulas, the components of goat milk are adapted and the lack of elements is adjusted for healthy and comfortable digestion.
Goat Milk Protein
Milk is made up of caseins and whey proteins. There are four casein proteins: α-s1, α-s2, β- and kappa-casein; and two major whey proteins: β-lactoglobulin and α-lactalbumin. Whey proteins are easily digested, unlike caseins. The main advantage of goat milk is the high content of A2 protein (β-casein), which is easily absorbed and improves the intestinal microflora. Unlike cow milk, goat milk has practically no complex protein α-s1-casein, so it's digested 5 to 6 times faster. (1)

References:

(1) Vazquez-Flores F., Montaldo H.H., Torres-Vazquea J.A. et al. Addittive and dominance effects of the alpha(s1)-casein locus on milk yierld and composition traits in dairy goats. J Dairy Res 2012; 79:367-374