The FDA is urging states to block all raw milk sales

The FDA is urging state health officials to halt the sale of raw milk potentially contaminated with the High Path Avian Flu.

Despite known risks associated with raw milk, more than 30 states permit its sale. Three dairy farm workers have contracted mild bird flu cases, raising concerns.

Minnesota was the 11th state to report the virus in dairy cattle, prompting calls for stricter biosecurity measures. World Population Review reports the process of selling raw milk is legal in all 50 states. The process of making this milk available to the public differs. in various jurisdictions.

Only a total of 29 states allow for the sale of raw milk. Their focus is not on the retail level but only allow on farm sale.

Agriculture Shows
From soil to harvest. Top Crop is an all-new series about four of the best farmers in the world—Dan Luepkes, of Oregan, Illinois; Cory Atley, of Cedarville, Ohio; Shelby Fite, of Jackson Center, Ohio; Russell Hedrick, of Hickory, North Carolina—reveals what it takes for them to make a profitable crop. It all starts with good soil, patience, and a strong planter setup.
Champions of Rural America is a half-hour dive into the legislative priorities for Rural America. Join us as we interview members of the Congressional Western Caucus to learn about efforts in Washington to preserve agriculture and tackles the most important topics in the ag industry on Champions of Rural America!
Farm Traveler is for people who want to connect with their food and those who grow it. Thanks to direct-to-consumer businesses, agritourism, and social media, it’s now easier than ever to learn how our food is made and support local farmers. Here on the Farm Traveler, we want to connect you with businesses offering direct-to-consumer products you can try at home, agritourism sites you can visit with your family, and exciting new technologies that are changing how your food is being grown.
Featuring members of Congress, federal and state officials, ag and food leaders, farmers, and roundtable panelists for debates and discussions.
Host Ben Bailey hops in the tractor cab, giving farmers 10 minutes to answer as many questions and grab as much cash as they can for their local FFA chapter.