Originally Posted by ttrost65
I beg to differ, anyone who hasn't had cow's milk straight from the "udder", I hope this is appropriate and doesn't offend, is missing out. Having been a farm boy, most of my life, having fresh cow's milk is a true treat! If my use of correct language offended, I apologize.
Just had a big "To Do" at Easter dinner when my brother in law and brother went at it over the definition of "RAW" milk and whether it needed to be treated to sell.
The "crux" of the battle was definitions (as always).
One said that RAW milk could not be sold without heat treatment.
The other thought that meant "Pasteurization" which is not required for RAW milk. He also thought that "Not Pasteurized" meant not treated in any way and was "right from the cow".
The worst fights possible come from two people both being right (and wrong) and not communicating.
In PA, raw milk needs to be "heat treated" but "not Pasteurized" in order to be sold.
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