A Campaign for Real Milk (a project of The Weston A. Price Foundation) provides a wealth of information on raw milk, including its history, safety record, benefits, and current issues. Their site map is a great page to browse.
Maintained by the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund, this map of the United State shows, state by state, what’s legal and what’s not.
This easy-to-use site will let you figure out which producer your milk is from.
Founded by Danielle Lemay in March 2012 with financial assistance from the California Dairy Research Foundation and the International Milk Genomics Consortium, this monthly publication highlights advances milk science.
The annual Raw Milk Symposium is presented by the Weston A. Price Foundation. The 2015 symposium was streamed live on Monday, November 16th. (The 2011 symposium is available to view on Ustream.)
‘The French paradox’ – high saturated fat consumption but low incidence of cardiovascular disease and mortality – is still unresolved and continues to be a matter of debate and controversy. Recently, it was hypothesised that the high consumption of dairy products, and especially cheese by the French population might contribute to the explanation of the French paradox. This peer-reviewed article looks at the “alkaline phosphatase” hypothesis. Alkaline phosphatase (IAP), a potent endogenous anti-inflammatory enzyme, is directly stimulated by various components of milk.