RECLUSE, Wyo. — A brown cow named Now munched quietly on a bucket of grain inside a log barn just south of the Montana border.
HELENA — The Montana Senate is backing an amended measure that allows for the sale of raw milk, but only under the Department of Livestock's regulation.
HELENA — A bill that would legalize the sale of raw milk from small unregulated dairies has gained the approval of the House and is moving through the Montana Legislature.
HELENA — The House is backing a measure that would allow small-scale dairy farmers to sell their unpasteurized milk directly to consumers.
HELENA — A bill allowing small farms to sell raw, unpasteurized milk directly to consumers has been approved by a House committee, sending it to the full House for debate.
CASPER, Wyo. — Wyoming could legalize some raw-milk sales if proposed changes to the state’s food safety rules are approved by Gov. Matt Mead.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Andy Whitehurst of Riverton said he has had food poisoning three times in his life. Each incident occurred when he ate in restaurants certified to serve food, he said Wednesday.
CASPER, Wyo. - Proposed rule changes by the Wyoming Department of Agriculture would clarify that families can drink raw milk from their own animals and share that milk with nonpaying guests.
CASPER, Wyo. — Proposed rule changes that would ease restrictions on raw milk consumption in Wyoming don’t go far enough, critics say.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The debate over proposed Wyoming food safety rules centers on opinions about what constitutes food safety.
Maureen Kuykendall pours the raw milk from a large container into a stainless steel pail before filtering it into jars for refrigeration on Oct. 15 near Casper. Kuykendall and her friend, Ginger Barrett, use the raw milk to drink and for making all of their dairy products.
CASPER — The goats produce more milk than Bob Evans can use, so he feeds the overflow to his chickens.
BUFFALO — A bill that would allow for the sale of raw milk in Wyoming passed an important legislative hurdle Tuesday.
JACKSON — Teton County's attorney told the board of health to wait before deciding whether to allow a local grocer to sell raw milk from an Idaho distributor.
CHEYENNE — The House Agriculture Committee has approved a bill to allow fewer restrictions on farmers who sell raw milk or homemade food products directly to consumers.