Raw Milk Is Good Milk
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| Tell Congress to Permit Interstate Commerce of Unpasteurized Dairy Products|
Representative Ron Paul introduced legislation that allows the shipment and distribution of unpasteurized milk and milk products for human consumption across state lines. This legislation removes an unconstitutional restraint on farmers who wish to sell or otherwise distribute—and people who wish to consume—raw milk and milk products.
Tell Wisconsin Lawmakers: We Want Raw Milk!
Wisconsin Senate Bill 108, introduced by nine senators and cosponsored by seven representatives, would allow milk producers to sell raw milk and raw milk products directly to a consumer on the producer’s dairy farm following registration, proper sanitation, and clearly labeling the product as raw milk. Support this bill.
|Read More About the Raw Milk Issue:|
|Profoundly Flawed Study Used as Basis for CDC’s New Report on Supposed “Dangers” of Raw Milk|
|March 6, 2012|
To hear the media tell it, our lives are in jeopardy if we drink unpasteurized milk. But the facts tell the opposite story.
|Healthy Milk: What Is It?|
|February 21, 2012|
And what’s standing in the way of your getting it?
|FDA’s War Against Raw Milk|
|May 10, 2011|
An Amish farmer is in trouble for distributing raw milk in interstate commerce. If the Leahy bill passes, raw milk “desperados” like him could go to jail for ten years!
|Raw Cheese Ordered Destroyed—With No Evidence of Contamination|
|October 19, 2010|
After a shockingly violent FDA raid on a food co-op, the FDA’s war on raw milk and cheese continues by forcing a family dairy to destroy $250,000 worth of its product.
|Raw Milk Gets a Raw Deal|
|June 6, 2010|
To public health officials and state departments of agriculture, unpasteurized milk is a dangerous, germ-ridden liquid that is especially hazardous to children and their immature immune systems. And the FDA has been on a rampage against raw milk for quite some time. If it weren’t for the fact that twenty-eight states allow the sale of raw milk, the FDA would ban it nationally. The agency has already banned raw milk artisanal cheeses that aren’t aged at least 60 days, a requirement that puts an enormous strain on small artisanal farms and cheese makers.