CHS Dairy Program
CHS inspectors in Wyoming inspect dairies across Wyoming and follow the requirements of the Food & Drug Administration’s Pasteurized Milk Ordinance when performing the inspections. Dairies are inspected every 5 months with sampling of the milk on a regular basis to determine if there are antibiotics in the milk or if there is bacterial contamination. Monthly sampling of the milk occurs to determine if any of the dairy herds have brucellosis. According to the Pasteurized Milk Ordinance, it is illegal to sell raw milk to the final consumer. Wyoming strictly follows this requirement.