Chau, you are the perfect person to take on making your own mozzarella from raw milk....make your own curds via the pasta filata process and go all the way!
You may want to check and see if either of these farms deliver their raw milk into the Albuquerque, NM area:
1. 200 miles North of you, in Maxwell, is Kuchan Ranch:http://www.kuchanranch.com/
They may only have goats milk, which may not work.
2. Just North of Lubbock, Texas, in Abernathy, Pereira Pastures produces a very good raw milk product. I have some friends that are at Texas Tech and use this product. I believe they have also purchased a share or two in one of their cows through the farm's cow share program. Their experiences with this farm is what led me to start looking for producers of raw milk in my area. Good raw milk website in general:http://www.pereirapastures.com/index.htm
Apparently they use Jersey Cows for milk, which I believe has been mentioned here (perhaps by Marco?) as not being ideal for fior-di-latte, but I bet it would be a helluva lot better than using pasturized milk.
3. The DownTown Raw Milk Dairy in Gila does not have a website, but they may deliver to Albuquerque?
For your reference:http://www.realmilk.com/where4.htmlhttp://biology.clc.uc.edu/fankhauser/cheese/pasta_filata/pasta_filata.htmlhttp://biology.clc.uc.edu/fankhauser/Cheese/Mozzarella/MOZZARELLA_jn0.HTM
BTW, did you see my PM? --K