Did you know it only takes about 48 hours for milk to go from the farm to the grocery store? Now that’s Farm Fresh!
Find out more from Mary Mackinson Faber, a fifth generation family dairy farmer. Listen to our Farm Fresh Podcast to hear about cow care and how Mackinson Dairy Farm is using social media to share their story.
Hear the Farm to Table segment every Wednesday at 12:45 p.m. on WJBC Radio.
Illinois food safety regulations now allow dairy farms to sell raw milk, but consumers should be aware of the risks.
Get the whole story in this week’s Farm Fresh Podcast from Jim Fraley, Livestock Program Director for Illinois Farm Bureau.
Raw milk does not go through pasteurization – the process of heating the milk to kill bacteria or pathogens.
For more on raw milk & food safety, check out these posts from Food Insight, Midwest Dairy Association & Ask the Farmers.
Tune in every Wednesday at 12:45 p.m. for the Farm to Table segment on WJBC Radio.
Kilgus Farmstead bottles milk from their herd of Jersey dairy cows right on the farm near Fairbury. As the only on-farm bottling facility in Illinois, farmers Matt & Jenna Kilgus and their family are carving out a niche for their dairy products.
Check out the story in this week’s interview with Matt Kilgus below – or go see the milk bottling process for yourself with a visit to the farmstead store! Click here to learn more.
Tune in to WJBC every Wednesday at 12:45 p.m. for the Farm to Table segment.