The fact is, everything in life has its own risks. People should be educated about them if they wish, but to take or not to take them should be their decision, as well as dealing with consequences.
From my experience with goverment-enforced brainwashing in Soviet Union, I find the FDA efforts to be pretty spineless. Their thinking that the globe must consist of the continental USA alone and the realities of other countries, developed or not, are non-existing, is just hilarious. How comes that in Europe raw milk is available pretty much everywhere, with apparently no deadly dangers lurking in every sip? 3/4 of the famous French cheeses are made from raw milk, how it is then that any French are still alive? And what about recent listeriosis outbreaks connected with "safe" products from regular American dairy industry?
I consider myself lucky living so close from Canadian border and Amish county at the same time. There, one can get raw milk and more of "potentially unsafe" products at any time, with no Big Brother hanging over. Only one problem is that there are longer lines sometimes
P.S. cattle should be vaccinated against Tb and brucellosis, and the owner should be able to show appropriate documentation about it for anyone interested in buying the farm products. Every Amish farm I know of proudly presents them for everybody to see. Q fever, AFAIK, is a question only in certain regions, not that many of them within continental USA. And, sorry, there are some things you can only do right with raw milk, and with it being way more fatty than "normal" 4%. I just made a can of my own 20% sour cream to go with fresh homemade sourdough bread baked with air-derived yeast and from privately grown and milled, not "enriched", bromated, vitamined and otherwise adulterated flour