I found a farm locally that does raw goat milk, yogurt, cheese, organic produce and meat.
I called today and told her I wanted some milk and yogurt. I went out a little later to pick it up and was amazed at the farm's condition. It was piled with junk in the driveway, and the cool old barn was in, eh, moderate disrepair.
Anyway, we go in a small tack-room-sized room and there is a 'dorm fridge' and a 1960s regular fridge. There is a stainless half-round double sink a counter. She gets an obviously reused plastic gallon milk jug out of the fridge, looks for a container to pour into, rinses out a glass half gallon bottle, fills it a little with a sudsy fluid and shakes it, rinses it again, pours in the milk and caps the bottle. Before rinsing it, the bottle was very water spotty, albeit not dirty.
Now, maybe this is normal fare, as I have never seen
: where my milk comes from before.
Anyway, since it's raw, I'm a little nervous about her keeping practices. Should I just drink it anyway?
Oh, the yogurt was already packaged in a plastic container with a printed label.