Raw milk bill raises public health debate in Wis.

11/13/2013 | Wisconsin State Journal (Madison)

A bill that would allow on-the-farm raw milk sales is under consideration in Wisconsin. The proposal would call for more record keeping on the part of farmers, state inspections every two years and a posted warning noting the risk of life-threatening pathogens in unpasteurized milk. However, the proposed law's rules are less stringent that those currently in place for the state's Grade A milk producers, and a coalition of public health and industry advocates calls the bill "deeply flawed."

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