Thanks for any info you can give!!
My 2-year old did not tolerate pasteurized cow milk well, so I switched her to raw goat milk. it was a hit. If you read about goat's milk, it is closer to mothers milk than anything else. You will not find a farm that will sell you raw milk in NJ. Shame.
Great sources to read are raw-milk-facts.com and Go to realmilk.com and look to see if you can find a co-op in your area I found one. You can also drive to a farm in NY and buy some.
What kind of reaction is he getting? I am mildly lactose intolerant (I jokingly call it "lactose impaired") and absolutely cannot tolerate raw milk of any species. But then, some brands of yogurt give me trouble, too. I tried taking tiny spoonfuls every day thinking that I could train my body to get used to it, but after a week the pain made me double over. Not just once, either, I've tried to start raw milk many times. Pasteurized milk does not do this to me. My daughter is severely allergic, to the point where her throat will begin closing and she ends up vomiting within minutes of ingestion. I would not give her any milk no matter what.
I've heard lots of stories about raw milk and it's worth a try. I just thought I'd add my experiences since they are different than most.