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If cow's udders weren't so close to their rear ends, raw milk might not be so risky, according to food safety consultant Bill Marler. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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What's Healthier: Raw Milk Or Regulation?

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Studio None Lemon
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Come and Find the Quiet Center Matt Wilson & Matt Wilson Quartet
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Newport Jazz 2010: The Lesser-Known Giants

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All Things Considered