See, I'm thinking that it likely IS vastly different than milk form a doe that's been pregnant and kidded specifically because of the hormones. Because this milk isn't made for a baby because there is no baby. I don't mean to say that I think milk from a prococious udder would have no value or be bad, just I'd bet that it is not as nutritionally or immunologically dense as milk from a doe that kidded.All milk is milk made for babies. Although I don't "know" as in studies, etc., I can't imagine it is vastly different from milk from a doe who has kidded. It's the same process of production, initiated by the same hormones, and made by the same ingredients supplied by the moms' bodies.
I'd drink it.