An amendment has been attached to an Indiana senate bill that would legalize the on-farm sale of raw milk. Senate Bill SB 398, containing the raw milk amendment, could be voted on as early as this afternoon (Tuesday, January 31).
Please contact your State Senator to urge passage of the bill. Call, email and/or fax your Senator.
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The sale of raw milk is currently prohibited in the state.
Senate bill 398 primarily concerns the regulation of pesticide use. On January 30, the Indiana Senate voted 30 to 20 to add an amendment to the bill LEGALIZING THE ON-FARM SALE of raw milk if the producer either holds a permit from the department of agriculture or without a permit milks fewer than twenty cows. Producers would have to register with the Indiana Department of Agriculture in order to sell raw milk.