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Raw milk or unpasteurized milk is milk that has not been pasteurized, a process of heating liquid foods to kill pathogens and extending the shelf life.
Raw milk advocates argue that it’s a complete, natural food containing more amino acids, antimicrobials, vitamins, minerals and fatty acids than pasteurized milk.
They also claim that it’s a better choice for those with lactose intolerance, asthma, autoimmune and allergic conditions.
Furthermore, they claim that the heating process during pasteurization reduces the overall nutrition and health benefits of milk.
Pasteurization was first introduced in response to an epidemic of bovine (cow) tuberculosis in the US and Europe in the early 1900s. Contaminated dairies were to blame. Now Raw milk producers are required to have ALL dairy live stock tested.
many of the harmful bacteria destroyed by pasteurization, such as tuberculosis, are no longer an issue and that pasteurization no longer serves a purpose.
the other reason is to extend shelf life of the product. * Now this is what I believe is the real driving force..... in cooperate America this is a longer sale opportunity thus more of a profit... MONEY MONEY MONEY.
1st ) Get a game plain and run with it
2nd) set up a business *Apply for a LLC. *Apply for a Name * Apply for a EIN number
3rd) Insurance $$$
4th) More research
5th) Permit application
6th) make certain you have all required equipment ,supplies, techniques and protocols , AND more research!
7th) test our entire herd for tuberculosis and brucellosis.
8th ) test our milk and water systems for traces of harmful bacteria. (Four times) and every three months. for any traces of harmful bacteria such as coliforms, a type of bacteria found in human and animal waste, and high somatic cell counts, which are white blood cells that fight infections—a high number of these cells in milk could mean a bacterial infection is present.
9th ) Pa. Department of Agriculture inspection on our farm and operation.