anyone know how to get raw milk in LA? - Page 2
I live in Shreveport currently. I am about to be in NO from October through March. I am in a co-op here where I obtain raw milk and grass-fed meat. Fresh eggs are also available and there is also a co-op for organic produce and specialty items like cod-liver oil. Of course, the raw milk is on the down-low so I won't post it here. Shady Grove Ranch is in Jefferson Tx (about an hour away) --they have a share program and are also at the Shreveport Farmers Market. So, I can provide anyone with that info if they need it. NOW, I need to know how I can get raw cows milk in New Orleans! I see from one post that someone gets it on the Northshore that is about to move--could I have that info? I need to know how I can get this in New Orleans from anyone that knows. I also am interested in grass-fed beef, eggs, etc. Thanks!
Hi all. I am new here, just joined. I have been reading this thread and am very interested in the sale of raw milk. I did not know that it is legal to sell it for pet consumption or that one could sell shares of a cow. If someone could point me in the direction to find out more information on this, then I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks.
Ok, every thing that I am finding is saying that it is illegal to purchase raw milk in any form (animal consumption, cow shares) I guess that I will keep looking and see if I can find someone.
Edited by babyboy1mom - 3/20/12 at 5:05pm
Hi! I'm in Shreveport and I was just reading about some of the important things pasteurization takes out of most of our store bought milk and would love to know your source for raw milk. Really anxious to try some, but I want to be sure I have a good source! I looked on Sunshine Health Foods site, but I didn't find Raw Milk. Thanks so much for your help!
I too am in Lafayette, LA and would love to find raw milk!!! For those in Lafayette still searching for raw milk, the next best thing is Smith Creamery milk sold at Fresh Pickins. It is low temp vat pasteurized and non-homogenized. It's even listed as "good" on the Weston A Price food list. We currently use this for making yogurt, and cream cheese. If anyone has info on where I can get raw milk please pass it on! my email is firstname.lastname@example.org