I'm in NJ and get my raw milk from PA. Feel free to PM me and I can give you the farm info - we've been drinking their milk for 8 years - never any issues. If you're too far from that farm, I can recommend a couple others. We are going to Colorado this summer and you can only get raw milk there if you own a cow share. So I will be bringing milk for DD frozen in Lansinoh breast milk bags. She's never had any pasteurized dairy and I don't want to give it to her on vacation either. We've flown with frozen breast milk twice and never had an issue. If neither option appeals to you, I'd recommend Natural by Nature milk, which you can get at health food stores. Their milk in glass bottles is pasteurized, but not homogenized. Their milk in cartons is pasteurized and homogenized (http://www.natural-by-nature.com/faq.htm). If you can't find that brand, I'd get Organic Valley. Don't buy Horizon - they are an aweful company.
you have to watch- the health food stores near me (I am in PA) will not sell it in glass- I know of none and I am 45 mins from the dairy-cartons only - so you would need to check around if that is the one you want
Weis (chain grocery) is caring the Natural by Nature (with their name on it as well-store brand/N by N) full, and 2%- it's the homogenized but you might have more luck finding it-all over eastern PA-in paper cartons-in a pinch it is grass feed