Raw Milk Video

Jill Nienhiser has been a Weston A. Price Foundation member since 2001, and has provided web maintenance, editing, and proofreading support for westonaprice.org and realmilk.com for many years. She also helped launched the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund in 2007.

25 Responses to Raw Milk Video

  1. sunil kathale says:

    dear jill. i want to know if drinking milk is good for health.i have diabetes and drinking milk is good or bad for me.should all of us drink milk if yes then how much each of should have. let me know. reply back regards sunil

  2. Ben Donockley says:

    Super-informative video in an easy to understand format – thankyou!!!

  3. Dr. Kassa Demissie Abdi says:

    It is quite interesting scientific video that I have ever seen. I am happy if you permit us to teach our university students since my job is teaching at University.
    Dr. Kassa Demissie Abdi
    Specialist of Veterinary public health
    Debre Birhan University

  4. michael muraya says:

    Very informative am in milk business and my customers would love to see this kind of inhformation

  5. Patrick Brady says:

    I am pro drinking and eating raw milk and products.. however I looked up Crossroads on google and it exists in Texas……… so your video says it doesn’t …. I would want to check the claims for that year or period too.

  6. Rebecca Knutson says:

    you are very informative and like how you do your lecture. Would please put me on your mailing list. I look forward to your third video.
    Rebecca Knutson

  7. pranav.vp says:

    I’m doing b tech project about the topic is indicators for incipient spoilage of milk.can you suggest some article or tell me about how does anthocyanin pigment changes with milk ph.?

  8. Ajit says:


    I have a small yet modern dairy farm with loose housing system for cows – a farm of its kind in our village. Although the capacity is just about 300 litres per day , I started this business with an aim to provide farm fresh raw milk to young kids and families in the city who are largely consuming adulterated milk for all these years. This video can be an eye-opener for such people. Would you allow me to use this video in my demonstrations to families that i plan to meet in near future. I strongly believe Raw Milk is the Real Milk and wish to bring these facts in front of the society.
    Please support me in this war against pasteurised milk



  9. Sachin Gavankar says:

    Very impressive. I’M in same business of supplying row milk. This video will help me to convince my customer about row milk. Thank you.

  10. Angel Eyes says:

    i think i am abnormally thin i can’t gain body fat your video have saved me and my parents We Were the users of pasteurised milk now i decided to use raw milk to become healthy and fit God bless You Keep it up

  11. Xenia says:

    I would like to correct a slight mistake in the video. The correct word is sphingolipids, not spingolipids (like the video says several times).

  12. Rebecca says:

    Hi is it good to give raw cow milk from jersey cows to an 18month old during meals? He is still breastfed. In pa the winter months dont get a whole lot of sunshine so the cows are being fed mostly hay. Should i wait until spring and summer to drink the raw milk when there is more access to grass? It it true that that i can give black walnut tinture non alcoholic if a stomach ache or ill effects feom the raw milk occur? Thanks rebecca

  13. james barker says:

    if you have anyone interested in purchasing raw milk in the lower half of the north island we, WIND RIVER ORGANICS have 24 refrigerated collection site . Go to http://www.windriverorganics .co.nz to order and pay and find out all about our company

  14. Michelle says:

    A bit too long but very informative and interesting.

  15. VARUN says:

    Ya this is a good milk as compear to other.and this milk quality is best to another milk. I think this is a best milk

  16. harley mouses says:

    Como faço p traduzir o video …..

  17. Maria says:

    I have a question u have a 14 months old baby, and I stoped breastfeeding 3 months ago , for som reason I was not producing milk and he stop sucking. Now he is in regular milk im tryng to eat healthy and swich to organic milk but my question is can my baby drink raw milk? Or organic? Or wich one is good for him? Thank you and advance

  18. Anand kumar Gupta says:

    Raw milk collection activity

  19. Ravi Vinod says:

    Really its very informative and we need to promote it. planning to start a Raw milk dispensing machine to reach the peoples who really indeed of RAW milk.

  20. joseph ouma says:

    thanks for the video

  21. zinabu mathewos says:

    james barker says:
    March 16, 2016 at 4:58 am

    if you have anyone interested in purchasing raw milk in the lower half of the north island we, WIND RIVER ORGANICS have 24 refrigerated collection site . Go to http://www.windriverorganics .co.nz to order and pay and find out all about our company

  22. Jenna Rose says:

    I make my own Greek yogurt and cream cheese from milk using a scoby or bought plain yogurt. I find right after I’ve eaten too much I have this wave of depression that comes over me. I am post or almost post menopausal. Aged 55 and never suffered depression all my life until I reach menopause. Do you think it is the hormones in the milk that are interfering with my hormones now that they are trying to find their own balance in menopause. I have also developed a dairy allergy but have found that it is the live bacteria in my fermented milk that is missing in my gut so all I need do to bypass my dairy allergy is have a few tablespoons of my fermented yogurt or cream cheese before eating anything containing dairy. Before I used to get migraines lasting up to 5 days. I find this is the only way I can keep up my calcium intake at my age as when I take the tablets I find they hurt my kidneys. So dairy allergy or not I continue with it. If somebody can please enlighten me as to the depression wave that comes over me when I eat just little too much of it (remember cream or cottage cheese could be where these hormones are more concentrated than in milk). Here is my recipe if you are interested in making some yourself. With unpasteurised milk you won’t need to add any bacteria as it will already have the live bacteria within it. http://winningrecipesblog.blogspot.co.za/2016/04/home-fermented-probiotic-greek-yogurt.html

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