Maryland Considers Allowing The Sale of Raw Milk Via Cow Shares

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For generations the only milk that families had access to was raw milk. Coming directly from the family cow or the local farm, it provided essential vitamins and minerals to millions.

Raw milk is milk that has not been pasteurised or homogenised and prior to 1864 when Louis Pasteur ( 1822-1895) discovered that pasteurisation prevented  spoilage raw milk was the norm, and was consumed by all including weaned infants. Even after the process of pasteurisation became more common it was the discovery of germ theory in 1870 by Joseph lister (1827-1912) that started turning people away from raw milk. (source)

For some time people have been turning back towards raw milk. The amount of antibiotics given to dairy cows, and what the cows are actually fed on is making people wonder if store brought milk is actually the wholesome, safe dietary staple it used to be.

Liz Reitzig from Farmfoodfreedom explains why raw milk is preferable to pasteurised milk.

(H/T Activist Post)

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  • Barn Cat

    The whole idea is stupid. Raw milk is dangerous. People die from drinking it. You feed that to your kids and you should be charged with child endangerment.

  • REB

    Barncat…why do you side up with the tyrants…you claim to be pro-freedom then you advocate the govicorp use violence against innocent people…you need to get off the fence and decide which side youre on because there is a line!

    • Erin Tarn

      He’s right in the sense that you shouldn’t drink unpasteurized milk from assembly-line cows. But raw milk from happy, free-roaming cows poses little threat if handled correctly and consumed shortly after milking.