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Alice Jongerden of B.C.'s Home on the Range Dairy is fighting a Fraser Health ruling that prevents her from selling raw milk.

Alice Jongerden of Home on the Range Dairy is pictured next to one of the operation's jersey cows.

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Milking time.

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Alice Jongerden of Home on the Range Dairy pours raw milk into a bottling device inside the barn of her dairy farm.

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Drinking the raw milk.

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Raw milk bottle lids from Home on the Range Dairy.

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Milk from Home on the Range Diary is labeled with "not fit for human consumption" stickers, a way to get around a Fraser Health ruling.

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