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During the 2012 legislative session, law makers tasked the Indiana State Board of Animal Health with conducting a study on the sale of raw (unpasteurized) milk in the state of Indiana, which has garnered increasing interest among some consumers.
The report was based on information gathered in a four-pronged approach:
Two versions of the report are available:
The final report has been delivered to the Governor, as well as the Legislative Council. Ultimately, the report will provide guidance to lawmakers, should they decide to legalize the sale of raw milk in the state of Indiana--a practice currently prohibited by law.
Purdue University Extension has created a FAQ sheet on raw milk and pasteurization. View the document here.