I live in a place where raw milk is illegal, but do know of cow shares I can get into. I just don't know if I can justify it since we don't drink all that much milk anyways and the fee for the one closest to me is $90 (there's one slightly cheaper an hour away, but then we'd be paying in gas and time! heh)
Someone recently posted on a local AP list I'm on that a local natural foods store had raw cow's milk for sale, without a cow share. The catch? It clearly said on the label that it was not for human use, that it was for animals only.
Not sure what to make of it.. part of me is excited and wants to pick up a bottle. Is that a sneaky way of covering themselves and allowing raw milk for everyone? Might it be less safe? I haven't gone to the store and checked it out yet, and I plan to, but I'm curious as to initial reactions to this.
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