Why Goat Cheese


A new policy concerning raw milk:

Still many people that call or visit our farm are very persistent in saying that raw milk is much healthier than pasteurized milk, and they MUST have raw milk for their health needs. They refuse to even try the pasteurized goat milk and go on searching for raw goat milk that might be available from other sources that are not licensed or inspected by the state. For this reason we have decided to sell state inspected Grade A raw milk to those individuals but they must read the following Raw milk education hand out and sign a liability waiver.




Click HERE to view/print our our Raw Milk Education Form/Liability Waiver




It is the RESPONSIBILITY of our customers to research the pros and cons of consuming raw milk and to seek appropriate advice from their health care professionals. Information is readily available. Here are a few of the sources:

http://www.westonaprice.org
http://rawmilkinstitute.net
http://www.cdc.gov/foodsafety/rawmilk/raw-milk-index.html
http://www.fda.gov/Food/PopularTopics/ucm293042.htm
http://www.realrawmilkfacts.com

Information about the laws of the state of Utah and the rules of the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food may be accessed at http://www.rules.utah.gov/publicat/code/r070/r070-330.htm. Our dairy meets the standards for the category of “Packaged Raw Milk sold on Premise.”



SICKNESS CAN PREVENTED BY PROPERLY PASTEURIZING MILK! PLEASE CHOOSE TO ONLY DRINK PASTEURIZED MILK!

If you are trying to decide between consuming raw or pastuerized milk and still have questions and/or doubts please visit these additional sites:

  • Salmonella dublin and Raw Milk Consumption -- California
  • Epidemiologic Notes and Reports Campylobacter Outbreak Associated with Certified Raw Milk Products -- California
  • Campylobacteriosis Associated with Raw Milk Consumption -- Pennsylvania
  • Epidemiologic Notes and Reports Campylobacter Outbreak Associated with Raw Milk Provided on a Dairy Tour -- California 1985
  • Outbreak of Escherichia coli O157:H7 Infection Associated With Eating Fresh (raw milk) Cheese Curds --- Wisconsin, June 1998
  • Outbreak of Listeriosis Associated With Homemade (raw milk) Mexican-Style Cheese --- North Carolina, October 2000--January 2001
  • Epidemiologic Notes and Reports Chronic Diarrhea Associated with Raw Milk Consumption -- Minnesota
  • Salmonellosis from Inadequately Pasteurized Milk -- Kentucky
  • Outbreaks in Canada