“Raw dairy enthusiasts are challenging lab results by the B.C. Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC), saying samples of unpasteurized milk deemed dangerous by the agency does not prove the product is unfit for consumption.
Earlier this week, the B.C. CDC warned consumers against drinking unpasteurized milk from the Home on the Range Farm in the Fraser Valley, citing fecal contamination found in five of 15 samples….”
“….But Mark McAfee, the CEO of California’s largest and oldest raw milk operation, said coliform counts aren’t indicative of whether raw dairy is unsafe to drink. Continue reading