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#21 Mattersnone

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Posted 10 August 2010 - 11:52 AM

Wow, this is crazy. Soon enough, half the country will be trying to keep the other half in prison. I wonder if these cops were local, or if they were some special branch of the FDA, armed and trained to deal with such threats! Who knows what special training is needed to shoot renegade farmers with their unpasteurized products. I can see it now........... The Cheese Squad, The Uncookables, Farm Troopers, Milk Pigs! *sigh* How pathetic.:johnny::johnny::johnny::johnny:

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Posted 12 August 2010 - 10:55 AM

As crazy as this seems to us, it's perfectly logical to the gentlemen with badges and they're in charge. I grow tired of this collar around my neck.

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Posted 12 August 2010 - 07:29 PM

Just recently an aquaintence posted on her Facebook, that there was a foster mom she knew who was caring for a newborn baby. This foster mom didn't want to feed the baby commercial formula which contains all kind of garbage, so the posting requested that if there were any nursing moms out there who had extra milk to give please get in touch with me. Needless to say, some idiot wrote to her that sharing breast milk is illegal, and if she didn't take down the post that she would be contacting child safety services and the authorities. If people are anal enough to be that way on facebook, it's not surprising that they would report this dairy to the proper authorities.

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Posted 12 August 2010 - 10:53 PM

milk is nasty the way they collect it commercially these days. I saw a dirty jobs episode and was appalled at the amount of manure covering the walls, and the way the milk them on an automatic carousel machine.

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Posted 12 August 2010 - 11:39 PM

come out with your hooves up! i hate the government getting involved with such things,especially when the consumers know that these products are unpasteurized. milk is pasteurized for a good reason though.this reminds me of a guy working at my place once,the guy ran out of coffee whitener so he grabbed my lactating dog and milked her into his coffee!



are you so sure about that?

when the news says "raw milk linked to such and such an out break" all that means is the news blamed the raw milk. often times something like this comes when a few people get sick and one or more (never all) say they drank raw milk. bam! raw milk must be to blame. no one considers that a couple hundred other people drank that very same raw milk and had no problem. no one has issue that some of the people that got sick had not drunk any raw milk.

do a little research and you will find that even after pastuization there is an ungodly amount of live bacteria allowed in milk, mostly pathogenic bacteria to boot.

i work in a raw milk dairy, i drink a gallon or more every day, often after it has started to sour. if it gets to sour to enjoy as a drink, then we make icecream or yogurt or butter. as a matter of fact our best butter comes from milk/cream that has been souring in the fridge for a month or more. i have made butter and butter milk from six month old sour milk.

now you cant do this with milk from sickly grain fed confinement rgb cows. that shit might kill you. but there is NO need to treat milk that comes from healthy grass fed cows that live on pasture.

why do you think "store bought" milk needs to be vitamin enriched? part of it is that the animals are not healthy and dont produce good vitamin rich milk, and the heating process destroys much of the meager vitamin content there was.

i am fortunate in that i live in a state that has laws that allow the legal distribution of raw milk through a cow share arangement. in colorado, it is legal to operate a cow/goat share system. basically you buy a share of the herd, and then you pay a monthly fee to board the animal and process the milk. you then get to come and pick up your share of the milk. most of these operation in colorado charge around $40 a month boarding fees and you typically get a gallon a week, give or take depending on conditions and production that week.

pasturization came about in a time when refrigeration was sketchy if even available. while at the same time "dairy's" moved from grass pastures in the country to hell holes in the city. the quality of the "milk" was so bad that unscupulous "dairymen" would add chalk or other stuff to make the milk look thicker and whiter. while today's massive confinement dairy's arent much better.

humans have been drinking raw milk from ruminants for thousands of years. why is it just now in the last hundred years or so that it has become so dangerous to drink it that way?

it doesnt take much to run a clean raw milk dairy, care for the animals and keep things clean and chill the milk quick. our milk sample that we send out for testing always come back way cleaner the standards for "pasturized milk" yes, our milk is cleaner then the pasturized crap you can find in your local store the government allows to be sold.
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Posted 12 August 2010 - 11:43 PM

are you so sure about that?

when the news says "raw milk linked to such and such an out break" all that means is the news blamed the raw milk. often times something like this comes when a few people get sick and one or more (never all) say they drank raw milk. bam! raw milk must be to blame. no one considers that a couple hundred other people drank that very same raw milk and had no problem. no one has issue that some of the people that got sick had not drunk any raw milk.

do a little research and you will find that even after pastuization there is an ungodly amount of live bacteria allowed in milk, mostly pathogenic bacteria to boot.

i work in a raw milk dairy, i drink a gallon or more every day, often after it has started to sour. if it gets to sour to enjoy as a drink, then we make icecream or yogurt or butter. as a matter of fact our best butter comes from milk/cream that has been souring in the fridge for a month or more. i have made butter and butter milk from six month old sour milk.

now you cant do this with milk from sickly grain fed confinement rgb cows. that shit might kill you. but there is NO need to treat milk that comes from healthy grass fed cows that live on pasture.

why do you think "store bought" milk needs to be vitamin enriched? part of it is that the animals are not healthy and dont produce good vitamin rich milk, and the heating process destroys much of the meager vitamin content there was.

i am fortunate in that i live in a state that has laws that allow the legal distribution of raw milk through a cow share arangement. in colorado, it is legal to operate a cow/goat share system. basically you buy a share of the herd, and then you pay a monthly fee to board the animal and process the milk. you then get to come and pick up your share of the milk. most of these operation in colorado charge around $40 a month boarding fees and you typically get a gallon a week, give or take depending on conditions and production that week.

pasturization came about in a time when refrigeration was sketchy if even available. while at the same time "dairy's" moved from grass pastures in the country to hell holes in the city. the quality of the "milk" was so bad that unscupulous "dairymen" would add chalk or other stuff to make the milk look thicker and whiter. while today's massive confinement dairy's arent much better.

humans have been drinking raw milk from ruminants for thousands of years. why is it just now in the last hundred years or so that it has become so dangerous to drink it that way?

it doesnt take much to run a clean raw milk dairy, care for the animals and keep things clean and chill the milk quick. our milk sample that we send out for testing always come back way cleaner the standards for "pasturized milk" yes, our milk is cleaner then the pasturized crap you can find in your local store the government allows to be sold.


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Posted 13 August 2010 - 05:50 AM

We could talk all day long about the safety of raw milk but it really boils down to if a man wants raw milk, who is anyone to tell him no? Do we want people rummaging through our lifestyles telling us this can stay but that has to go, its too dangerous? Raw milk is great by the way, especially in Fruity Pebbles.

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Posted 13 August 2010 - 01:29 PM

Raw milk is illegal and yet there are people out there who make a living in the fetish porn industry by eating each other's feces, and that's disgusting but legal. Makes perfect sense to me.

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Posted 29 August 2010 - 12:32 PM

I'm glad the incredible edible RAW egg wasn't in the list of a "BILLION" recently recalled eggs. The ongoing salmonella outbreak if a great example of the " you are what you eat" idea..... tainted feed seems to be the issue. That's flipped out when you think about it.....and transmitted to the egg. wow

My eggs come warm , a local flock of free range chickens decided to kick down some eggs and have cool people sell them....in turn for decent food.
Cool birds they are , quite generous I might add.

Suck me RAW,
LSD

Edited by LSDarkstar, 29 August 2010 - 12:36 PM.
cuz I still can...HERE. kewl !!!


#30 Calaquendi

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Posted 29 August 2010 - 01:21 PM

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Posted 29 August 2010 - 01:52 PM

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Posted 29 August 2010 - 02:29 PM

Yeah I saw this a couple of weeks after it happened. I also put up a thread about the new laws the FDA and government are trying to put though right now to further control what we eat and grow for food ( see Food Modernization Act S 510).
People think I'm crazy when I say that by controlling the food they aim to control everything we do.OK so I'm crazy, but I'd rather be crazy than be sheep to slaughter.:eusa_snoo

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Posted 29 August 2010 - 02:34 PM

When they come for your raw milk, just give it to 'em! :D

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Posted 29 August 2010 - 02:43 PM

People think I'm crazy when I say that by controlling the food they aim to control everything we do.OK so I'm crazy, but I'd rather be crazy than be sheep to slaughter.:eusa_snoo


IMO locking up the food has been the primary means of social control since the dawn of civilization (there's even plenty of it going on in the Bible). Nowadays we require more than one kind of 'food' though (oil and fresh water come to mind), so there will be friction between the competing groups of megalomaniacs as they all try to be #1, and in the chaos spawned by that friction there will be places where one can lay low and live quietly as one wishes (more or less), kind of like the tiny nearly-invisible calm eddies that can be found in the midst of raging whitewater. Or something like that...

#35 mycomama

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Posted 29 August 2010 - 02:56 PM

IMO locking up the food has been the primary means of social control since the dawn of civilization (there's even plenty of it going on in the Bible). Nowadays we require more than one kind of 'food' though (oil and fresh water come to mind), so there will be friction between the competing groups of megalomaniacs as they all try to be #1, and in the chaos spawned by that friction there will be places where one can lay low and live quietly as one wishes (more or less), kind of like the tiny nearly-invisible calm eddies that can be found in the midst of raging whitewater. Or something like that...


I hope that I'm one of the few that will be in those tiny little eddies.

Of course I hope even more that people will wake up a realize what is happening to them , but I guess it would be much like trying to talk a cow out of walking up the fence line and onto the truck.

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Posted 29 August 2010 - 03:33 PM

one day they will tell us we can only buy cooked meat from the store

coz raw meat can cause diseases if eaten raw :eusa_doh:


I think this is a great way to think about it. Raw milk is exactly like raw meat. Why can't they just label it 'RAW' and sell it. Just fucking greedy people who only care about money that is why!

LONG LIVE RAW MILK :bow:




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