Colorado Milk Lovers Go Straight to the Source Raw milk — an unpasteurized product that comes directly from the cow or goat — is growing in popularity with consumers, though some critics say it can pose a health threat. In Colorado, the only way residents may get raw milk is through buying a stake in a cow or a goat.
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Colorado Milk Lovers Go Straight to the Source

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Colorado Milk Lovers Go Straight to the Source

Colorado Milk Lovers Go Straight to the Source

Colorado Milk Lovers Go Straight to the Source

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Raw milk — an unpasteurized product that comes directly from the cow or goat — is growing in popularity with consumers, though some critics say it can pose a health threat. In Colorado, the only way residents may get raw milk is through buying a stake in a cow or a goat.

Anna Panoka reports for member station KCFR.