In Kenai, people wanting raw milk have another option: a goat share. They essentially purchase half a goat, or a quarter of a goat, though not for eating. The goat remains with a farmer, who boards it and cares for it, but because in Alaska it’s legal to drink raw milk that’s produced by an animal you own, owning a part of a goat is a way for non-farmers to get a reliable source of legal raw goat’s milk (which is very trendy right now). Plus, theoretically, they get to visit a goat whenever they want!
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