I've never seen it. I was not looking for the name of a specific store or anything. I was wondering what sort of store or market might sell it as I'm apparently not going to these places.
I can buy raw milk at my local Country Store, or even go to certain farmers that sell raw milk. I don’t drink raw milk all the time, but think it is good.
Maybe in this article in the NY Times might help you to find something about where to purchase raw milk in Texas. This is a quote from Jim, near the bottom of the page of the link.
“If you live in Texas you can now buy raw milk from dairy operations certified by the Texas Department of State Health Services. I’m in Houston and buy from Stryk Farms. As other posters have pointed out there is nothing at all inherently dangerous to raw milk. Pasteurization is however a cheap and effective way to mass produce and distribute milk safely.
In dairy operations that carefully monitor bacteria levels and control the whole distribution chain, raw milk is as safe as any other raw food including of course fruits and vegetables. Stryk Farms for example is inspected by the health department every other day and I think only once in three years of buying from them have they not had raw milk one week because bacteria levels were too high on some of their cows.”
Good luck in finding some raw milk if you want to try it out.
I did make some good mozzarella with raw milk a few times.