Resources

Are you interested in learning more about the local food movement and raw milk? Here you will find useful resources for both farmers and consumers.

Chore Time: From Grass to the Glass; A Complete Guide to Raw Milk Production

Check out Tim Wightman’s educational micro-dairy farm DVD, Chore Time: Milking Made Easier by Planning Ahead. Filmed on location at a working milk parlor, this tutorial is a useful guide to those interested in the best practices in raw milk production. This video is provided free of charge. Click below to view Parts 1 and 2.

Chore Time, Part 1

Chore Time, Part 2

Those Pathogens, What You Should Know

Ted Beals, a Pathologist, Health Educator and a Board Member of the Farm-to-Consumer Foundation, was one of the presenters at the 2011 International Raw Milk Symposium.  Beal’s presentation, Those Pathogens, What You Should Know, provides an informative overview of potential food safety risks.

Raw Milk Production

An easy, informative and interesting read, the Raw Milk Production Handbook covers the wide range of essentials to safe raw milk production. Tim Wightman is a farmer, consultant and one of the first cow-share operators in the USA.

Meat and Dairy: Where Have the Minerals Gone?

Meat and Dairy: Where Have the Minerals Gone? is an article from Food Magazine that takes a look at the effects of modern farming on the quality of our food supply.

5 Responses

  • Ashley says:

    Where did the Goat Dairy Library go? I came to this site specifically to look at those resources. . .

  • I will inform you did research on these topics because you truly know very well what your talking about.

  • Paula says:

    I’ve been trying to locate where to sign up for the October University session. If there is a goat library — was/is there a cow library also? Please help.

    • Autumn Ellis says:

      Hello Paula,

      You can register by clicking the link to our Raw Milk University page located directly on the homepage. You will find the October link at the bottom of the Raw Milk University page. As of right now, we do not have a cow library. I hope this helps. Thank you.

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