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'Food Freedom' Dies, Raw Milk Up Next in Wyoming

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BY NEWS DESK | JAN 20, 2011

After turning down a so-called "Food Freedom" bill, a Wyoming state legislative committee is scheduled to consider a proposal today that would legalize the sale of raw milk through "herd-share agreements."

Under such arrangements, legal in some states and done in others to skirt public food-safety laws, farmers sell an ownership share of a cow or herd to consumers who want to drink unpasteurized milk.  

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Gordon S Watson on 01/20/2011 15:08:19
Americans already have the right to associate ourselves to do something legal ... such as farming co-operatively for our own sustenance. We don't need another layer of law. Especially, we don't need permission from the state to use and enjoy our property - that'd be = drinking milk from a cow we own
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