Raw Milk Bill Officially Introduced in Wisconsin

As promised, Wisconsin Representative David Murphy (R-Greenville) has introduced a bill that would legalize the sale of unpasteurized milk and dairy products, when sold directly to consumers on the farm.

Previous attempts to change raw milk legislation were drafted in 2013 and 2014; both bills failed to make it to a vote on the state legislature floor. Wisconsin, “the heart of American’s dairy land,” is seemingly one of the most difficult states to pass raw milk-friendly regulations due to its Big Dairy presence and reputation.

Read more about the controversy and the proposed bill here.

To learn more about raw milk and other nutrient dense foods, visit westonaprice.org

5 thoughts on “Raw Milk Bill Officially Introduced in Wisconsin

  1. There is nothing unhealthy about raw milk. People drank raw milk for decades prior to this unreasonable law. Change it back and allow us to spend our money how we see is right. Stop telling us not to do things for our health and stop allowing big companies to dictate to us what we can and can not buy so they can make a profit. Where is the freedom of choice?

  2. I grew up on an organic dairy farm and drank the enzyme rich milk every day. It’s those enzymes that we need to preserve not kill with heating. I think there would be alot less lactose intollerant people.

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