Portia McKnight connects the milking apparatus to one of the cows at the Chapel Hill Creamery Farm. The N.C. House is looking to legalize raw, unpasteurized milk for human consumption.
Portia McKnight connects the milking apparatus to one of the cows at the Chapel Hill Creamery Farm. The N.C. House is looking to legalize raw, unpasteurized milk for human consumption. Chris Seward Staff photo by Chris Seward
Portia McKnight connects the milking apparatus to one of the cows at the Chapel Hill Creamery Farm. The N.C. House is looking to legalize raw, unpasteurized milk for human consumption. Chris Seward Staff photo by Chris Seward
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NC House panel votes to legalize raw milk through ‘cow shares’

April 27, 2015 04:39 PM

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