The Raw Milk Debate: Don’t Have a Cow
Posted on The Atlantic
By Barry Estabrook, April 12, 2010
A week or so ago I drank a cold, refreshing glass of a liquid the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says is “inherently dangerous” and “should not be consumed by anyone at any time for any purpose.” We’re not talking about kerosene, or even the hard cider I brew in the basement, but milk. More precisely, raw milk.
Where is Your Milk From? Website
Not sure where your milk is from? Try this website. Enter the code on your milk, yogurt, cream and other dairy products: http://whereismymilkfrom.com/learn.php.
What to Do with Extra Milk
Posted on Mother Earth News
By Mary Lou Shaw, December 22, 2009
A dairy cow is a great addition to the homestead, but even one cow can produce more milk than a family (and the calf) can drink. The home dairy provides such complete and delicious foods that you won’t want to waste the precious milk. Here are suggestions from a homesteading expert on how to use the extra milk your cow produces.