www.realmilk.com it has links by state to people who participate in the goat share program. There a couple of people in Wa. that have websites that you can look at. One has it completely explained for anyone to look at. The Dept. of Agriculture in Wa. has a long list of regulations for selling milk both for human and animal use. While animal use regs. are not quite as stringent they are still lengthy. One particularly strange one is that you have to dye the milk green and label it for animal consumption only. I think a person would be hard pressed to convince people that drinking milk dyed green is more healthy. I hope this helps, good luck finding someone in your area.
Thanks so much! I don't know why I didn't see the information before.
I think it is so ridiculous! Dying it GREEN!! Give me a break!
I think WA state wants to make things as difficult as possible for any small business owner at this rate!
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