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Real Raw Milk Facts

Wisconsin

Raw Milk Laws & Regulations

Retail Sale of Raw Milk Allowed?
No
Other Sale of Raw Milk Allowed
Yes - allows incidental sales directly to consumer at farm where produced.
Citations:
WI St 97.24 (requiring that milk sold to consumers be Grade A and requiring that Grade A products be effectively pasteurized); Wis. Adm. Code. ATCP 60.235
Requirements:

Raw Milk Bills & Related Legislation

2013-2014 Legislative Session

Bill: A 287

Relates to the sale of unpasteurized milk products; provides for an exemption from rules, licensing and permitting requirements for dairy farms registered with the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection; requires labeling and compliance with rules concerning the water supply for dairy operations

Status:
Pending in Assembly Committee on Agriculture
Link:
http://legiscan.com/WI/bill/AB287/2013

2013-2014 Legislative Session

Bill: SB 236

Permits the sale of unpasteurized milk products; provides that certain registered dairy farmers are not required to obtain a milk producer license or a grade A permit if the farmers do not send any milk to a dairy plant; specifies certain conditions for the sale of unpasteurized milk and related products, including container, labeling and water supply requirements

Status:
Pending, Available for Scheduling
Link:
http://legiscan.com/WI/bill/SB236/2013

2011-2012 Legislative Session

Bill: SB 108

Allow the sale of unpasteurized milk products with the exemption from rules and licensing and permitting requirements for certain dairy farms

Status:
Failed to pass pursuant to Senate Joint Resolution
Link:
https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/2011/related/proposals/sb108

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