We drink raw milk from a local organic dairy farmer. I also use it to make yogurt- it makes the very best yogurt in the world.
It is cheaper than store bought organic milk, and we pay the farmer more than he gets from the company that buys it from him.
I've read some information about health benefits somewhere, but its been awhile. We were pretty careful about feeding Eli only yogurt for a long time, but after he turned 2 we started giving him cereal with raw milk.
Its really wonderful to go to the farm and pour the milk ourselves, visit the cows, talk to the farmer. We also buy their homemade cheese and homegrown eggs. Eli knows the drill, and he pours the milk from the spout himself, pets the cows, etc. Its a nice way to know where your food is coming from. We hope to start doing some volunteering there this summer, Dairy farmers are having a hard time making ends meet in our part of the world.
Jean- look for local farmers, ask around at farmers markets. The way it works in VT is that a dairy farmer is legally allowed to sell so many quarts of unprocessed milk a week.