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Milk has become the unlikely star of a complex food debate that covers the areas of health, history, agriculture and economics. Questions around its history, nutritional value and the conditions of its production continue to emerge. Meanwhile, consumer demand drives supermarket milk prices ever lower. Given milk’s complex history, just how old is the human practice of extracting, treating and consuming another mammal’s milk?

By Elizabeth Kulas

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This week on The Farm Report, host Erin Fairbanks welcomes journalist David Gumpert to the show for a candid conversation about raw milk. Raw milk is considered milk that has not been pasteurized or homogenized and has become the subject of contentious debate. David is the author of "The Raw Milk Answer Book" which raises raises difficult questions surrounding this controversial food - about the risk of getting seriously ill, whether it should be fed to children, the credibility of European research indicating raw milk has important healing powers - and answers them in calm, non-ideological terms, understandable to beginners and experienced drinkers alike. So, what's the real story here? Tune in as Erin and David parse through the history, politics, science and practicalities of raw milk. This program was brought to you by Edwards VA Ham.

"Raw milk can be risky, can be dangerous, if it's not produced safely." [5:35]

"Part of the problem with this arena of raw milk is the data is very difficult to examine in a clear way." [23:50]

"We now have about half a dozen studies out of Europe that suggest raw milk imparts benefits, especially to children, it imparts protection against asthma and allergies." [29:50]

--David Gumpert on The Farm Report


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Erica Wides celebrates 125 episode of Let's Get Real by going back to the basics -- milk! What makes breastmilk so special? Why does anybody use formula? Well - there's a lot to unpack here. Erica calls baby formula the original "foodiness" product - is she right? Tune in and hear her share her opinions on the issue of breastmilk vs formula. This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"We can all agree that mama milk kind of crushes soy-based formulas - no matter what. Breast milk has miraculous properties." [03:00]

--Erica Wides on Let's Get Real


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