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Reply Eileen Thomson
10:32 AM on September 3, 2017 
I am so glad that someone is doing something! I'm sure we could all go and buy some raw milk online from England but why should we have to when science demonstrates clearly that the benefits out-weight the risks, especially when herds are regularly monitored. Best of luck and I look forward to hearing positive news in the future!
Reply Kelly
6:48 AM on January 18, 2016 
I was born in Scotland but now live in Australia. Raw milk is also illegal over here - how ridiculous! A couple of clever folk have gotten around it by selling their organic, raw milk as Bath Milk. They have to put a lable on their bottles "Not for human consumption" but those who buy it know the health benefits and it tastes so much better. I feed it to my 1yo daughter. When I put her on formula after no longer being able to breast feed she got the worst nappy rash. As soon as I changed her to raw milk it cleared up and she is as healthy and happy as can be!
Well done on building this site!
Reply Janet Abernethy
4:16 AM on December 19, 2015 
My husband can't drink pasturised milk in the mornings. I was looking for raw milk to help him to eat some cereal but was astonished to find i'd have to cross the border to get some!
Reply Agnes Fraser
6:29 AM on March 13, 2015 
Would love to be able to buy raw milk, I grew up on it at home (Western Isles) so the sooner it's legalised again the better
Reply Edel Harkin
6:39 AM on December 2, 2014 
Hi Elena, I am researching cheese making and the value of Raw Milk. Have you some research that I might find useless. I would love some information about proven health benefits etc Best wishes Edel Harkin, Holywell Trust, Derry, Northern Ireland
Reply Katy
9:42 AM on January 30, 2014 
Reply cheryl Thom
3:35 PM on December 29, 2013 
I have just been given books and a cheese making kit and have searched for raw milk and realised it is illegal to buy in scotland.??
Reply Carol Paterson
11:48 AM on September 11, 2013 
I want to make cheese with raw milk, so disappointed that we can't get it here. I like the previous idea of buying a share or the heard :)

I wonder if swapping some cheese for some milk would work.
Reply Hamish Fowler
8:23 AM on June 16, 2013 
Anyone know a farmer in Aberdeenshire that would let me buy a "share" of their cows so I can drink healthy unprocessed milk. I'll offer my labour if buying raw milk is illegal here.

mail me @ [email protected]
Reply linda thomson
2:33 PM on May 21, 2013 
we need to get this stuff locally and cheap !