Bill to legalize raw milk in New Jersey passed in assembly; now to the Senate

From Andre Malok, in NJ.com:

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“New Jersey is one of 11 states in the U.S. where the production and sale of raw milk is not yet allowed by law.

Raw milk is unprocessed milk straight from the cow that has not been pasteurized or homogenized. Birchwood Farms in Newtown Pa. has about 35 head of milk-producing Jersey cows that graze in their fields. They see a steady stream of N.J. residents cross the Delaware to purchase their organic and raw dairy products.

In March, the Assembly in Trenton voted in favor of legislation that would make it legal for New Jersey farmers to sell raw milk directly to consumers….”

Read it all on NJ.com

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2 responses to “Bill to legalize raw milk in New Jersey passed in assembly; now to the Senate

  1. Royce Hamer

    WOW can you believe that a politician actually got it correct, my congratulations to NJ on some common sense. I hope this is a positive lesson for those that are corrupted when it comes to living food.

  2. Annie Bartley

    Lets hope this works! These and MANY other ranches need the FREEDOM to do their thing and make wholesome healthy food for AMERICANS!

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