Raw Milk Sales Could Reinvigorate U.S. Dairy Farms
They are not the only ones. There are now fewer than 100 New Jersey dairy farms, less than a third of the number 10 years ago.
One potential solution had eluded them, because the sale of higher-priced “raw,” or unpasteurized, milk is illegal in their state.
In September, the uniform price paid to a New Jersey farmer for pasteurized milk was $1.11 per gallon, or roughly four liters. That is 66 cents less than in July of last year.
According to the Weston A. Price Foundation . . . read the rest here and let me know what you think. Do you buy raw milk or know of someone who has or does? Would you buy raw milk or does it make you nervous? Sound out please!