Raw milk seminar series at Rutgers University in N.J. to feature author David E. Gumpert, January 29, 2010

This is the same David E. Gumpert who will be at Michael Schmidt’s raw milk rally two days from now, on January 21, in Newmarket. The following is from a recent post by Kimberly Hartke:

Raw milk author David E. Gumpert

“Rutgers University is leading the way to helping our nation resolve our raw milk controversy. A series of lectures is being sponsored by the New Jersey University’s Agricultural Experiment Station to help people understand the issues and provide science-based information about raw milk. Here is your invitation to the next seminar, and links to all the past lectures!

Past speakers in the Rutgers series have included Gary Cox of the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund and Mark McAfee of California’s Organic Pastures Dairy.

The next lecture in the series is, The Raw Revolution, by David Gumpert. David E. Gumpert specializes in reporting and writing about health and food issues. He is the author of a new book, The Raw Milk Revolution: Behind America’s Emerging Struggle Over Food Right

David Gumpert writes for a number of publications, including BusinessWeek.com and Grist.org. In 2009, Mr. Gumpert was invited to make a presentation to a special symposium at the American Veterinary Medical Association’s annual convention, on “The Raw Milk Conundrum: The Interplay of Science, Policy, and Free Choice”.

Gumpert also writes a popular blog, The Complete Patient, which over the last three years has aggressively covered a number of health and regulatory issues….”

Read the whole story and get full particulars from the Hartke is Online blog post.

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One response to “Raw milk seminar series at Rutgers University in N.J. to feature author David E. Gumpert, January 29, 2010

  1. I am glad to receive this news. I have not read David Gumpert’s new book yet, but I will. I recently spoke with the author if the book, “THE UNTOLD STORY OF MILK.” – by Ron Schmid, ND. He told me about this book. I also did hear about the new book over the internet during my research. I am constantly looking and finding new and vital information about raw milk here. It is recently that I have decided to drink raw milk. So far, I feel great. I live in Connecticut and so there are some raw milk dairy farmers still left, but they need our support. And they are so needed in this community, this state of affairs. I am finding this out now.

    Recently, I have started a new business for milkman delivery services to the consumer. Right to their door. Delivered in glass bottles with other dairy products, fresh eggs, honey-local, pastured poultry, grass fed beef, and more items. THE MILKMAN IS BACK! I believe this is a way to help sustainable agriculture, the dairy business, the dairy farmers, the raw milk farmers. Distribution is needed. Marketing and promotions and good Public relations is needed to advance. And I believe the time is now.

    I will look for David Gumpert at Rutgers and wherever else he might go to give talks. I think it is a great ting he is doing. These people are the leaders in their own right and we need to work work them, follow them. In addition, new entrepreneurial work must be done to strengthen their works and the cause for raw milk. I hope one day to be able to work with him and others like him. And I believe that the Milkman business is one way to assist. The Milkmen in our states can help deliver this message, this opportunity, and the news for and about raw milk. Milkmen can sell raw milk in addition to other milk and dairy products. Any questions or comments, please call me at 203.426.7141. Thank you. – Ed Hartz. The Milkman Company.

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