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Raw milk in Westchester, NY.

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created January 31, 2013 at 3:18 AM

I live in Westchester County New York and want to source raw milk. New york state law forbids farms to transport unpasteurized milk. Does anyone know of a local dairy farm that sells raw milk?

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on March 29, 2013
at 07:24 AM

I think the sources that the OP would consider are most likely free of the issues that seem to concern you.

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on March 15, 2013
at 03:27 AM

Same! And would love to find raw milk as well, so glad this was posted

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on March 01, 2013
at 03:13 PM

I'm in Westchester too!!! :-D

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on February 02, 2013
at 04:25 PM

Thanks for the offer, but that is a bit too far for me.

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on February 01, 2013
at 01:05 PM

I'm in Peekskill. We order through an upstate farm that delivers once/month in winter, 2x summer. All ordering done online. No member fees, no obligation to buy. They also offer other items besides meats, including butter, eggs, etc. Deliveries made to my house. Not sure if this is too far for you. since not sure of directly contacting someone through this site, send me an email at: [email protected] and will send you more info.

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on January 31, 2013
at 10:03 PM

I am in Chappaqua/Mt. Kisco. I am interested i na grassfed meat buying group. How can I find out more info?

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F291857fa12a0291688ea994343156dc

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on September 07, 2013
at 12:44 AM

Westchester County:

Farm food co-op offers Raw milk and Raw Heavy cream and Raw Butter

From Organic Grass-fed Jersey Cows. (646) 727-5221

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on April 04, 2013
at 05:30 AM

you should be careful what you post re: Farm Food Co op. In NY, raw milk can be sold on the farm to customers if the farm holds a raw milk license. If this co op is selling milk off the farms then that is not legal. And sale of raw butter and raw cream is not legal in NY - there is no license available to allow sale of these products.

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on January 31, 2013
at 07:39 PM

I've driven past a place near Pougkeepsie, I believe on Rt 44. Where in Westchester are you? I coordinate a grassfed meat buying group if you are interested in that.

F44d0da1d8757028535836c2d22caac6

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on February 02, 2013
at 04:25 PM

Thanks for the offer, but that is a bit too far for me.

F44d0da1d8757028535836c2d22caac6

(83)

on January 31, 2013
at 10:03 PM

I am in Chappaqua/Mt. Kisco. I am interested i na grassfed meat buying group. How can I find out more info?

E1c6e8005795364ef33867073e5d4ec1

(109)

on February 01, 2013
at 01:05 PM

I'm in Peekskill. We order through an upstate farm that delivers once/month in winter, 2x summer. All ordering done online. No member fees, no obligation to buy. They also offer other items besides meats, including butter, eggs, etc. Deliveries made to my house. Not sure if this is too far for you. since not sure of directly contacting someone through this site, send me an email at: [email protected] and will send you more info.

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on January 31, 2013
at 01:45 PM

There are at least a couple in Ulster County. Old Ford Farm just south of New Paltz (there are also three farms within 1 mile of Old Ford also producing grass-fed/organic options), and Brooks Farm(#6) in Stone Ridge. And check out this beta

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on January 31, 2013
at 03:47 AM

The Real Milk site will have the info you need. You can search by state. Lucky you to be in a state where you can at least get it directly at the farm!

Real milk

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on February 15, 2013
at 12:59 AM

Raw milk tastes better, but it can be dangerous to your health. Just as baby can get disease from drinking breastmilk of infected mother. And if farmer sells you raw milk, this milk probably also weren't tested. It may contain for example antibiotics, if this cow get them. Dairies test milk for antibiotics, becouse often they need some kind of bacteria in their final products (like yoghurt), and antibiotics stops bacteria, and fucks up all this yoghurt :P So even if dairies don't care about your health... When people drinked raw milk, they live was shorter than now- they could for example get tuberculosis from drinking raw milk from infected cow. And if farmer doesn't do things as he should, how you can be sure that he vaccinated his animals? Yes, it isn't ver big risk, but expected benefits from drinking raw milk are lower, and drinkind ppasteurised milk can't harm you, so I see no sense in risking. Btw. in paleo diet you shouldn't drink milk, it's unnatural, milk is for infants. Cow's milk is for calfs, not for adult humans, and drinking cow's milk is freaking unnatural. I'm not a fan of paleo diet. Well, raw milk thing shows clearly, that some ways of processing food are good idea. We live longe than paleolthic people. And most of those freaky laws about food production are made to protect us form diseases.

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on March 29, 2013
at 07:24 AM

I think the sources that the OP would consider are most likely free of the issues that seem to concern you.

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