Resources and Information About Raw MilkNOFA Mass2020-07-13T22:31:07-04:00
Resources and Information About Raw Milk
Understanding the Controversy: Is Raw Milk Safe?
All consumers and producers should educate themselves about the health risks and benefits of raw milk. Raw milk consumers should know how to identify dairy farms that follow safe production guidelines and should seek out raw milk from pasture-fed cows at dairies that are licensed and inspected regularly. Use these resources to educate yourself and your community about raw milk.
The Weston A. Price Foundation’s Real Milk website promotes raw milk from a nutritional viewpoint and lists producers in different states, as well as local Weston Price chapter heads who can provide a good source of raw milk information in your area.
An article from NOFA’s quarterly journal, The Natural Farmer, on the history of pasteurization and its impact on concentration in the dairy industry, as well as a discussion of raw milk safety and comparative food safety regulations in the U.S. and E.U.
If you are a consumer or dairy producer wanting to be part of The Raw Milk Network to help make safely-produced raw milk available throughout Massachusetts, contact Marty Dagoberto, Raw Milk Network Coordinator, at email@example.com.