WOW, another raw milk lover! Congrats on finding it in your area. I was going to mention that I buy, drink and give my dogs raw milk, but the last time I mentioned that on a forum it caused a huge to-do so I kept quiet. I first heard about raw milk about 3 years ago and even over-nighted some from California - wonderful but heavens what I paid for shipping! I'm in Washington state and although technically legal here, no one sold any. There were a few farms with cow-shares but none close to me. I started requesting it from a food co-op in Olympia and a short time later they carried it. Then a few months ago a nearby feed store went organic. I stopped in and asked if they carried raw milk, he looked at me like I was nuts and hadn't even heard of it. But a few weeks later they had a sign out front advertising raw cow and goat milk. They carried the most amazing milk I'd ever drank, both the goat and the cow. It was a from a local woman and grass fed. She also didn't mix her milk prior to bottling, so what you got was from one cow. Unfortunately she wasn't able to continue to provide it to the feed store but another dairy is, although it doesn't taste as good - it is nice. So, after three years and craving raw milk, I now have it available just down the road. So glad to find another milk lover. BTW, if you suffer from allergies you may find that your bothered less. That's the one big difference I've noticed. When I run out for any length of time I find I wake up each morning very stuffy.