A year ago, raw milk believers thought the Indiana General Assembly was going to allow raw milk to be sold in the state - instead they got a new requirement that raw milk be labeled as “not for human consumption.”

The Indiana Board of Animal Health (BOAH) asked for the agricultural board to study raw milk and instead of banning it, came up with health requirements for it to be allowed.  If a health requirement is in place it will never pass. Even a bill that would have allowed raw milk to be distributed to family members and non-paying guests died in committee.

So if you want a safe place to drink milk, you know where to go. New Mexico is backing out of its agreement to allow raw milk sales. Wisconsin, the largest dairy producer, also does not allow it.

Raw Milk Study Leads Indiana to Keep Mandatory Pasteurization By Dan Flynn, Food Safety News