It’s always fascinating to get the back story behind media campaigns like the one we’re seeing now in B.C.
When a child got sick in November, and raw milk from Home on the Range was suspected, health officials didn't bother notifying the farm. They waited until January and took the story directly to the media. Is it any surprise people question whether this is really all about health? Photo from the website of Home on Range raw dairy near Chilliwack, British Columbia, the farm at the centre of this story.
SO-CALLED PUBLIC HEALTH AUTHORITIES SLANDER OUR DAIRY
The media release from the BC Centre for Disease Control bodes to be a textbook example of how the smear campaign is carried out against REAL MILK.
What’s going on is that about the middle of November, one of our shareholders took his child to the hospital complaining of intestinal distress. The doctor asked for a list of what the child had been eating. When they got to “raw milk”, the doctor stopped asking. That child is soon recovered and is perfectly OK now.
On December 16th when they slapped the first Order on us, I met with Gordon Stewart, a manager at Fraser Health, to negotiate getting our milk back. He said they had had “allegations” that someone had been ill from our milk. Yet he point-blank refused to give me any information. Continue reading