Raw milk is primarily governed by state law. It is legal to consume raw milk in every state, but the laws vary greatly as to how people can access raw milk. Ten states allow raw milk to be sold in the grocery stores, and another 17 states allow the sale either on the farm or through other direct-to-consumer options. Several more states have explicitly legalized cow or herd shares, although their status remains uncertain in most states. Sixteen states ban the sale of raw milk for human consumption. The full list of state laws is available here.