Lawyer seeks to dismiss 3 charges against Freeport farmer in Stearns Co. raw milk case

  • Article by: Associated Press
  • Updated: January 2, 2013 - 2:38 PM
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runotkiddingJan. 2, 13 3:35 PM

Shame on the prosecutors who brought this case. Government has become the enemy of the people. I hope the man wins.

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duckofdeathJan. 2, 13 4:35 PM

Don't know what the issue is here. The law is clear. You can sell raw milk onsite where it is produced. If you want to sell milk elsewhere, it has to be pasteurized and you need a vendors license. Whats the problem here? Follow the law.

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loriblJan. 2, 13 9:02 PM

Yes the law is clear. Who wanted this law anyway? This is big gov and big farm takeover. They play together very well.I hope someday people will clearly see what is going on. A lot of laws do not make us safer. In fact quite the opposite. Raw milk ( to stay on topic even though I would love to be on my soapbox for bigger issues) is actually much better for you. It has live enzymes go for your gut. Grass fed not corn fed. Corn fed has pus in its' milk (that is consumed by us)! It is not homogenizes, which means the fat is to big to get in our blood, does not add to cholesterol. No antibiotics, no hrmones. Why do we have milk that has all that? Longer shelf life, more production, more money, and Gov subsidizes it too. What a great deal for us!Thanks Gov! we need to get fatter, unhealthier,immune to antibiotics, high cholesterol, (statin drugs are so healthy) . Where is Michelle O for this fight?

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