- Montana's House Bill 574 would open up the unpasteurized milk market to small-scale farmers in the state.
- Depending on the number of animals a farmer keeps, the bill would allow the sale of raw milk directly to customers.
- Republican Rep. Champ Edmunds, of Missoula, presented the bill on Monday as cowbells introduced him.
From the article:
"... House Bill 574 would allow farmers with as many as 15 lactating cows, 30 lactating sheep or 30 lactating goats to obtain permits exempting them from certain regulation. ..."