In other words, 'real milk', Russell. Straight from the cow and unadulterated.
Are you perhaps referring to the situation where people can purchase a share in a dairy cow and therefore, as a part owner, have the right to a share in the milk produced? I think I heard some one in the USA had initiated this plan - but I have the impression legislation here prevented it? If you have any information, I would be most interested.
There has been much unjust legislation applied to milk production and distribution over the years. My father was a leading dairy farmer who supplied raw milk to Gympie and I became involved in campaigning for raw milk as a teenager and, in fact, gained my first taste of subversive agendas on the part of government and farming bodies, in opposition to free enterprise in the dairying industry. It was very eye-opening and we could have written a book, or several!