Daily Archives: October 6, 2009

Pennsylvania farmer transitions from CAFO to organic grass-fed raw milk!

Here’s an excerpt from David E. Gumpert’s “The Complete Patient” blog:

Picture from The Complete Patient.

Picture from The Complete Patient.

“….It’s been nearly four years since Ed Shank made the decision to end years of running a confinement operation as the fourth generation owner of The Family Cow farm, and transitioned to an organic system, modeled heavily on Joel Salatin’s Polyface Farm, and Mark McAfee’s Organic Pastures Dairy Co. Since it takes three years to transition from a conventional to an organic system in any event, it’s only been in the last year that The Family Cow farm has been able to sell its raw milk, eggs, beef, and chicken as organic products.

In the process of making the transition, Edwin Shank is seeking to disprove the arguments of both agriculture experts and some raw milk advocates that conventional dairies shouldn’t even attempt to become sellers of raw milk, not to mention grass-fed beef and pastured chicken. “The dairy inspectors always told us, ‘If you do raw milk, you’ll be okay, but your customers won’t. Of course, that hasn’t happened.” Continue reading

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Why you might not want to inject your child or yourself with H1N1 vaccines

If it seems unusual that doctors are speaking out against the dangers of these vaccines, remember that these are not your usual doctors. First, an excerpt from a recent post on Dr. Mercola’s blog:

“This year it is more important that you protect your children and loved ones from the flu vaccines than influenza itself. This article on Lew Rockwell discusses how:

  1. The swine flu is simply another flu. It is not unusually deadly.
  2. This is the first time both seasonal and pandemic flu vaccines will be administered. Both seasonal flu and swine flu vaccines will require two inoculations. This is because single inoculations have failed to produce sufficient antibodies. This is an admission that prior flu vaccines were virtually useless. Can you trust them this time? Continue reading

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