Vermont raw milk business estimated at $1 million in annual sales, up 25%

David E. Gumpert reports on the state of raw milk in Vermont, in his latest post on The Complete Patient blog:

“It’s kind of amazing, when you think about it, that we’re still debating–as Milky Way and Ken Conrad were, following my previous post–whether milk comes through a cow’s udder sterile or having picked up certain beneficial bacteria.

Our government and public health research establishment are so committed to eliminating raw dairy from the public consciousness that they wouldn’t consider exploring raw milk’s probiotic nature and dynamics. They wouldn’t, after all, want to find positive news.

Another amazing phenomenon is the failure of our public officials to explore the role of raw dairy is its role in community and economic development.

full article – http://thebovine.wordpress.com/2011/02/22/vermont-raw-milk-business-estimated-at-1-million-in-annual-sales-up-25/

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