- 18 Mar 2018
- Local time
- 12:41 AM
- Christchurch New Zealand
They have a term for it here, I can't remember what it is, but you have to buy into a herd, like a herd co-op, then you're entitled to the raw milk, something along those lines, but it's not as simple as going to some market somewhere and picking up a carton of raw milk labeled "Not for human consumption."
It makes the news here occasionally. Apparently, Ohio is one of the stricter states, and every so often, they'll crack down on some family farm (frequently Amish) for selling raw milk.
Incidentally I read recently the mid west has more bars than 24/7 stores. !