Ran across a story on NPR that talks about a food coop being raided and the raw milk (goat, sheep, cow) that they had, about $10,000 worth of it, was confiscated.
What caught my eye is that a local attorney who specialized in suing companies for food related stuff suggests that if you are going to buy raw milk you should go to the farm and look the farmer in the eye and look at the facilities, and further that they should be regulated by the state and federal authorities.
I don't have a feel for dairy issues; i don't have any animals that I milk.
you can see the text of the story here.
6 hours ago