Latest Raw milk Stories
By Regine Labossiere, The Hartford Courant, Conn. Jul. 23--SIMSBURY -- The Town Farm Dairy has stopped producing and selling milk and milk products indefinitely after four people contracted E. coli, possibly linked to raw milk they bought from the Simsbury farm, officials said.
By J.B. Smith, Waco Tribune-Herald, Texas Jul. 20--The Waco Farmers Market seems like a friendly enough place: a few humble tents in a parking lot by the county coliseum, tables crowded with baskets of peppers, peaches and purple-hull peas. But beware: Locavores are on the prowl.
By Anonymous Raw milk is either bad for you or good for you, depending on whom you talk to. To state and federal regulators, raw or unpasteurized milk is a dangerous product that should not be consumed by anyone at any time.
CHEESE and milk producer Dairy Crest said yesterday it was continuing to pass on higher milk costs to customers as inflationary pressure showed no signs of abating.
Cheese and milk producer Dairy Crest is continuing to pass on higher milk costs to customers as inflationary pressure showed no signs of abating.
By Jennifer Mann, The Kansas City Star, Mo. Jul. 15--A consortium of consumer and family farm groups is pushing a Senate committee to investigate Kansas City-based Dairy Farmers of America amid claims of coercion and deceit.
By Paul Grimaldi, The Providence Journal, R.I. Jul. 9--Consumers grousing about the high cost of food have more to grumble about as milk prices are likely to go up -- again. Milk prices hit a record a year ago, when Americans paid an average of $3.80 a gallon and have stayed high ever since.
By Paul Grimaldi Consumers grousing about the high cost of food have more to grumble about as milk prices are likely to go up -- again. Milk prices hit a record a year ago, when Americans paid an average of $3.80 a gallon, and have stayed high ever since.
By Rick Barrett, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 8--Twenty-five agriculture and consumer groups, including three based in Wisconsin, have asked the U.S. Senate for immediate public hearings and oversight of the nation's largest dairy cooperative, Dairy Farmers of America.
By Lisa Abraham, The Akron Beacon Journal, Ohio Jun. 21--The Ohio Department of Health and officials in five Ohio counties are investigating 17 illnesses from E. coli bacteria. So far the cases are confined to counties in Central and Northwest Ohio.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.