News from the Robinson Farm
Nell's Dish Du'Jour Reviews Robinsor Farm Cheese! 1/28/11
New England Cheesemaking at the Robinson Farm 1/9/11
Pam interviewed on WHMP-AM Morning News,12/29/2010
Massachusetts Raw Milk Dairy Days:
Ten Massachusetts dairies (including Robinson Farm) that sell raw milk will open up their farms for tours and other activities on Saturday, September 11 and Sunday, September 12. Visit your local dairy and learn why raw milk tastes so good and why it’s so good for you! Meet your farmers and their cows and get to know where your food comes from. Download flyer here.
La Tartine Gourmande
Searching for raw milk, and making verrines of vanilla custard and strawberries by Béatrice Peltre, July 27, 2010
Chill Over Milk
By Bradford L. Miner TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF, May 11, 2010
Their passion is raw milk, but Raymond and Pamela Robinson along with two dozen other certified raw milk producers see a move by the state to put a stranglehold on “raw milk buying clubs” as a raw deal. Read more...
Raw Milk Enthusiasts Sour On Proposed Delivery Ban
By Bob Oakes and Lisa Tobin, WBUR 90.9,
Published May 10, 2010
HARDWICK, Mass. — How much do you expect to pay for a gallon of milk these days? $2.50? Well, if it came from the cows here on Robinson Farm, a gallon is going to cost you $7. But for a small but growing number of people in Massachusetts, it’s worth it. Read complete article or listen here.
MA Raw Milk Farms Threatened as State Moves to Make Buying Clubs Illegal
For those of you that do not know, the State of MA is proposing new language to be added to the regulations that govern the sale of raw milk, which would make it illegal for consumers to entrust another individual to purchase milk from the farm. The proposed language is intended to make carpooling and milk groups illegal. Read more...