The Raw Milk Controversy: Full Version

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3 Responses to “The Raw Milk Controversy”

  1. Marianne Sippel Says:

    Hi, Dale,
    I’ve been catching up on this ongoing fight in California over raw milk. It’s fear that holds the general public and law makers in this unbending position, better safe than sorry. The general public doesn’t drink raw milk so what’s the concern for them? Most people don’t even care or know about the controversy. They don’t understand that they buy extra “new products” to receive minimal beneficial bacterium rather than just getting it all from raw milk on their cereal in the morning. Heavens forbid someone might lose a corner of that market if someone prefers a more whole/slow food approach to their diets. I suspect the raw milk enthusiasts will go under the radar and I want to be right here to support them…would you sell me a goat or two? Seriously.
    You used to be my Chiropractor, I used to come to yoga classes too. I brought my daughter to you for an adjustment a while back and you said something that stuck with me about her piercings being desecration of her body. You were right, that wasn’t all she was using needles for. That started an all out battle for my daughter and I think she won. She’s been sober for over a year, and happy to be alive. I wanted to thank you. I was too close to the forest to see the trees. And you could. Now I’m catching up with me, I’m serious about those goats and want to go raw. How’s the market?
    I’ve missed you. Be good.
    Marianne Sippel

  2. Marianne Sippel Says:

    Hi, Dale,
    I’ve been catching up on this ongoing fight in California over raw milk. It’s fear that holds the general public and law makers in this unbending position, better safe than sorry. The general public doesn’t drink raw milk so what’s the concern for them? Most people don’t even care or know about the controversy. They don’t understand that they buy extra “new products” to receive minimal beneficial bacterium rather than just getting it all from raw milk on their cereal in the morning. Heavens forbid someone might lose a corner of that market if someone prefers a more whole/slow food approach to their diets. I suspect the raw milk enthusiasts will go under the radar and I want to be right here to support them…would you sell me a goat or two? Seriously.
    I’ve missed you. Be good.
    Marianne Sippel

  3. Genevieve Baird Says:

    One hour (!!!!) on raw milk???…

    Just thought you’d like to know I’ve passed your milk article on to Raymond Miller, the Amish dairy farmer from whom I’m now getting my milk (in exchange for eggs/oatmeal/bacon since Indiana doesn’t allow raw milk to be sold.

    The Amish have strong opinions about the government conspiracy with agribusiness when it comes to dairy products…

    Missing your hands and nasty humor here in the Hoosier state.

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