Subject: Act Now for Raw Milk in Massachusetts!

Dear Friend,

Currently in Massachusetts, raw milk is only allowed to be directly sold from a certified raw milk producer’s property. Bill S.43, filed by Sen. Anne Gobi, would expand raw milk access by allowing for raw milk delivery to customers as long as the milk is sold prior to delivery.


Please act now on this bill! See action steps below and share this alert with your friends and family in Massachusetts.


In good health,

Alexia Kulwiec

Executive Director

TAKE ACTION #1 - Contact Your Legislators


Please contact your legislators (both in the Senate and House) about your support of this bill. A phone call is much more effective than an email. And remember to keep the conversation polite and to-the-point.


Tell them how this bill would benefit you.


Don't know who represents you? Find out who represents you HERE


If your Representatives are on the Joint Committee on Agriculture, please call him/her as soon as possible since this bill will be heard on Monday, May 1. See a list of committee members HERE

TAKE ACTION #2 - Attend Hearing


There’s a hearing on the bill set for Monday, May 1 by the Joint Committee on Agriculture from 11:00 AM-01:00 PM in Gardner Auditorium at the State House located at 24 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02133. If you can attend, please do.

TAKE ACTION #3 - Submit Testimony

If you’d like to submit testimony, you may submit to the Joint Committee on Agriculture by email to:


There is no formal deadline for written testimony, though a timely submission allows the Committee time to thoroughly review testimony.


Find out more about S. 43 HERE


NOFA Mass has a letter writing page about S. 43 HERE


We will email further alerts as events warrant.


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