Michigan Group Works to Find Common Ground Between Raw Milk Advocates and Policy Makers

All across the United States, raw milk is a controversial issue. Over the past year alone there have been several high-profile legal cases and legislative battles surrounding the question of whether raw milk should be available for sale to the public and in what capacity.

Michigan was the first state to ban raw milk sales in the late 1940s and the least likely state to deregulate it now – yet it is there that a group of 13 individuals, made up of farmers, academics, healthcare professionals and regulators, have been quietly working together for six years to find common ground between raw milk advocates and legislators. Continue reading

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