In a letter to Organic Pastures owner Mark McAfee, the California Department of Public Health said 10 samples collected from the raw milk dairy’s calf area were positive for E. coli O157:H7, and two were
Organic Pastures will no longer be producing or selling raw colostrum for human consumption, according to an announcement on the dairy’s Facebook page.
Based in Fresno, CA, Organic Pastures is the largest producer of
“QUARANTINE IS LIFTED AND WE ARE OFF RECALL !!!!!!!!!!”
That was the “holiday” message on Organic Pasture Dairy’s Facebook page on Dec. 16 — 31 days after California’s Department of Food and Agriculture imposed a
On Sept. 21, 2006, the California Department of Food and Agriculture announced a statewide recall of raw milk produced by Organic Pastures after the dairy was implicated in an outbreak of E. coli O157:H7. Six
Organic Pastures raw dairy products are being recalled statewide in California and are subject to a quarantine order by California State Veterinarian Annette Whiteford.
The quarantine order came following notification by the California Department of
Score one for Mark McAfee, owner of California’s Organic Pastures Dairy.
McAfee failed earlier this year to persuade Humboldt County to permit the sales of raw milk. Now McAfee has come up with a
Raw milk vendors and advocates failed earlier this week to persuade California’s Humboldt County to lift its ban on the sale of unpasteurized milk.
Mark McAfee, owner of the Chino-based Organic Pastures Dairy Company, led
A California raw milk dairy farmer has managed to fend off the federal government’s legal attempt to put him and his dairy under tighter scrutiny through strategies such as unannounced inspections.
But in the same
To no one’s surprise, raw milk dairyman Mark McAfee, owner of Organic Pastures Dairy Company near Fresno, Calif., has come out swinging against the federal Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) legal attempt to put him
With government health officials warning that raw milk can make you sick–or even kill you–and raw milk advocates telling consumers that pasteurized milk is a “dead food” whose health-giving nutrients have been destroyed by heat,