I know raw milk isn't for everyone. And I am not here to judge. However, I believe that raw milk is a true health food. I want my family to be able to drink it, if we are going to drink any milk. However, we move a bit for the hubster's work. So we are not always in a place where we can get it, even after hours and hours of searching online on sites like eat wild and others. I just don't have 5 hours to drive one way to try and get it, and that is part of this stage of life I am in, and I bet others are too.
So I was happily surprised to find out Organic Valley offers a minimally processed, grass-fed, non-homogenized milk. I know it isn't quite the same as the real raw thing, but for those of you not sure you want to jump into the whole raw milk thing, or for those of you not near a place to get raw milk, you might just want to check the locator and see if you can get this Organic Valley milk near you.
And, for me, I am just going to keep praying that some day we can get a cow!
(Please note that I am in no way affiliated to Organic Valley at this time and chose to post this because I was excited to find this type of milk in a store near me. I was not paid in any way for this post.)
If you would like more information on raw milk, there are tons of resources out there. A very scientific look is given by Chris Kresser in his series on raw milk.