JANUARY 30 — “Raw milk, meaning milk that hasn’t been pasteurized, is something some people like to drink. In North Dakota the only legal way to get it is if you are an owner of the animal which produces the milk.
There are things like animal shares which are legal. They’re exactly what they sound like. You purchase a share in an animal and, in exchange, you get access to a certain amount of the milk that animal producers. But that sort of arrangement is clunky and probably not appealing to most consumers.”