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Even amongst the homestead community, raw milk isn’t necessarily a common topic of conversation. Maybe it’s a product of our current situation, but in our household we can’t get enough raw milk at the moment. For the completely uninformed, raw milk is simply unpasteurized milk. On today’s episode, I go well beyond the unpasteurized label and explain the phenomenal benefits of raw milk, including how it’s made, the incredible taste, and the wonderful cream. While I cover the amazing benefits of raw milk, it’s also important to inform you of some potential risks that do exists and the steps you can take to mitigate them. Most important, I explain how and where you can find raw milk where you live. Tune in today to jumpstart your education on evrything raw milk.
>> PubMed Study about raw milk preventing asthma
>> CDC information on raw dairy
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More Home Dairy:
- How we Breed & Calve Our Milk Cows (podcast)
- Once a Day Milking For Your Cow or Goat (blog)
- Owning a Family Milk Cow: Your Questions Answered (blog post)
- Caring for a Cow & Calf After Delivery (blog post)