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WISCONSIN: WICFA prepares for raw milk meeting

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LADIES & GENTLEMEN

If you are attending the Raw Milk Hearing that is scheduled for March 10, 2010, in Eau Claire, WI please give us a call or send an email so that we can make sure that we will not all be speaking about the same things. Our website has been updated with information about where the hearing is being held and at what time. Additionally, we started a new discussion on the Facebook page that is centered on the above piece by our Vice President, Paul M. Griepentrog.

Additionally, I am sorry about this coming out so late but I have been extremely busy and figured that you already knew about the hearing in Eau Claire as well as the fact that the one for the 16th in Madison was canceled because of the shear volume of emails I have been receiving about these very things. WICFA’s voice is being heard as we have been obtaining space in both the opinion sections of agricultural newspapers as well as being included in some articles in the same papers. We might be small right now but we are having an impact. Keep paying attention to what is going on and keep us up to date.

Thanks for all that you do,

Clifford J. Cordell II

WICFA – President

(715) 418-0424

cj@wicfa.org

http://www.wicfa.org

Wisconsin’s Raw Milk Bills, Food Freedom or Fascism?

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From: Slicker & Bibs
The bills require a Grade A license in order to sell raw milk. In order to obtain this or any other license from the Department of Ag Trade and Consumer Protection you must comply with all other provisions of administrative code.

What does this mean? Well with Dr. Paul McGraw’s statement to Central Wisconsin Broadcasting Network that Wisconsin will move forward with full NAIS compliance. Therefore supporting the raw milk bill requiring a Grade A license is a mandate for NAIS. Proof of this lies in the transcript from Emanuel Miller’s evidentiary hearing.

p.187 Dr. McGraw: starting at line 15 “What I am saying is that if someone applies for a dairy license and they said, I want to register, but I am not going to approve you to register the premises, then we can’t register the premises just so they can get the dairy license. They have to choose to if they want the dairy license, they need to register their premises.”

The NGO’s along with the LLCs actually end up working with DATCP through the raw milk bill, when corporations work with government it is fascism.

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