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Non-homogenized milk(meaning cream is on top) is available at Whole Foods, My Organic Market, Roots and other natural food stores. Non-pasteurized milk is illegal and is only available on the raw milk underground. I never share my source for raw milk over the internet though. I need to speak to a person and get a feel for what their desire for it stems from and if they understand the need for absolute discretion so that the health dept. doesn't get wind of and shut down these precious sources.
 

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I've bought the <a href="http://www.natural-by-nature.com" target="_blank">Natural by Nature</a> non-homogenized milk here in MD. Only thing is, the company can't give you a list of stores that distribute their products. I was given the name of my local distributor to find out where it's sold in my area, but never got a call back. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/greensad.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="greensad">
 

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Thanks, I'll look into those resources. I thought I checked WF. I'm not familiar with My Organic Market, but I'm going to google them and see if there is one nearby. Thanks!
 

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Depending on where you are located, you might be able to get non-homogenized milk deliverered to your house in glass bottles from South Mountain Creamery. Here is their website: <a href="http://www.southmountaincreamery.com/" target="_blank">http://www.southmountaincreamery.com/</a>
 

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The Whole Foods near us carries Trickling Springs (or Streams, I never get it right!). However, before I found a source for raw, I bought it several times and it was always sour when I got it home. WF was really good about taking it back and said they had that problem all the time. Maybe they finally stopped carrying it for that reason.<br>
Check out realmilk.com for a list of sources of raw milk, if you're interested.
 

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Sneek over a farmers fence and give a cow a squeeze. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/winky.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Wink">
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">Depending on where you are located, you might be able to get non-homogenized milk deliverered to your house in glass bottles from South Mountain Creamery. Here is their website: <a href="http://www.southmountaincreamery.com/" target="_blank">http://www.southmountaincreamery.com/</a></div>
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They have some great stuff, and the prices are really good, too. I wish they delivered to Baltimore county!
 

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Springfield Farm (in Sparks, MD) says on their website that they carry non-homogenized milk from Trickling Springs Creamery. I've had the TSC products before, and they are heavenly.<br><br>
I just placed my first delivery order with South Mountain Creamery, can't wait to try it out.<br><br>
good luck!
 

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Go with raw!<br>
It can't be beat. Well, it can, but then you'll have butter and so much the better to make your own butter and yogurt! (that's what we do)<br>
Hooray for grass fed, healthy milk producing HAPPY cows.<br>
they're not just in California, you know (TV commercial reference).<br><img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/img/vbsmilies/smilies/eat.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Eat">:
 

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Raw is illegal in MD. But creamtop/creamline is still pretty good. South Mountain Creamery's milk (and other products) is very good, if a bit far from you. You could also head over the PA line via 83 and get raw milk from multiple places. Raw milk does freeze nicely, so you could buy a bunch, freeze it, and thaw it as needed so that you only had to make the drive once or twice a month.
 

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It may be illegal to sell it in MD but there are plenty of ways around that. The raw milk underground is huge! You just have to work to find it.
 

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I just got an email from South Mt. Creamery, linking to a news story about them in the Baltimore Sun! It appears they started delivery to Baltimore late last month.<br><br>
Here is a link to the article: <a href="http://www.baltimoresun.com/business/bal-bz.milkman21mar21,0,3271082.story" target="_blank">http://www.baltimoresun.com/business...,3271082.story</a>
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">The Whole Foods near us carries Trickling Springs (or Streams, I never get it right!). However, before I found a source for raw, I bought it several times and it was always sour when I got it home. WF was really good about taking it back and said they had that problem all the time. Maybe they finally stopped carrying it for that reason.<br>
Check out realmilk.com for a list of sources of raw milk, if you're interested.</div>
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this is sold in annapolis and is YUMMY compared to never having had raw, but having conventional and conventional organic.
 

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In Harford County, Brooms Bloom Dairy also sells the Tricking Springs Creamery non-homoginized milk. Its YUMMY!
 

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If your in the Northern Baltimore County area, cross the border to PA and check out the Natural Foods Market at Saubel's. Its a bit like a store within a store. They carry raw milk, and a variety of raw milk products including cheese, yogurt, etc.
 

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Not sure were you are but South Mountain Creamery - they do delivery (not sure how far out tho)<br><a href="http://www.southmountaincreamery.com/" target="_blank">http://www.southmountaincreamery.com/</a>
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">Thanks, I'll look into those resources. I thought I checked WF. I'm not familiar with My Organic Market, but I'm going to google them and see if there is one nearby. Thanks!</div>
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MOM's rocks! I love that place. I wish they had them near our home too.<br><br>
If you are interested in getting more info about raw milk, for your pet's of course, PM me and I can give you more information. I don't know where in MD you are, but I can set you up with info for stuff closer to the DC area.
 
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