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    My local 'Raw Milk' farmer/ supplier emailed me with their concern over HR 2749 (& rightfully so!).


    Please review and sign the petition AND pass it on to EVERYONE you know!


    http://www.ftcldf.org/petitions/pnum993.php


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    Done.


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    oh, too funny - I sent it in - sitting here in my Raw Milk T-shirt LOL !! ... In Georgia, where I live, we can only get "pet milk" ... raw milk for humans is illegal ... haaaaa ... yea, my tax dollars at work ... for a while, we belonged to a milk coop that got milk from South Carolina where it is legal - across state lines .. moonshinin' milk !!!!

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    BTW Sassafrass .. you mentioned you have two boys- I am curious how old they are and if you have some good tips for making the switch to primal eating with kids ...???? My boys are 3 and 9 - I am trying to think of some good stuff for them

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    Done. Thanks for the link Sass.


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    As readers here know, I think raw milk worship is ridiculous. However, I will defend anyone's right to buy it, or get diseases if they wish, so I sent in the petition.


    It's more than about milk, too.


    So fellow bloggers, do you think this might be about giant corporate farms that probably already do much of this, and $500 is beer money, putting the screws on those uppity family farms providing better quality food?


    Nah.........


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    I have a buddy in Eastern WA whom is a dairy farmer. Boy did he get mad at me when he found out (a couple of years back) that I bought Organic Dairy. He blurted out "It's people like you who make it more expense for dairy farmers like me!!!!". Oops, I hit a nerve.


    It's cheaper to be a CW farm/ dairy, thus more money in their pockets.


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    Or your friend could go organic and charge twice the price! The sword cuts both ways.


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