Can milk get any more complicated? Sheesh, for something that's marketed to do a body good it sure has quite a few skeletons in its closet.
Before I get into it I should say that I won't be able to answer your questions as to whether what I am about to write has anything to do with the raw milk you consume, since I do not know the source of such milk.
I first learned of the relevance of A1 and A2 milk during my radio show with Jordan Rubin a few months ago. Listening to him speak about it, I knew that it was certainly a topic of great importance. However, I did not quite grasp the magnitude of it until I pulled Keith Woodford's Devil in the Milk off of my bookshelf this past weekend.