This is an excerpt from the latest newspaper story on the Michael Schmidt case, from the Owen Sound Sun Times:
Spotlighted here by a power point projector, Michael speaks here to a rally of over 200 supporters in Newmarket last month following his not-guilty court verdict on nineteen charges related to raw milk.
“…..Karen Selick, a spokesperson for the CCF, in a media release following Schmidt’s recent legal victory said that consumers who want freedom of choice expect their government to make the transition to the 21st century and respect their rights.
The legislation banning the sale or giving away of raw milk is more than 70 years old. Continue reading
Ontario raw milk farmer Michael Schmidt with Bert and Alice Jongerden of Home on the Range cowshare, January 31, at their home near Chilliwack, B.C. Thanks to Gordon Watson for the photos.
Word just in from Michael Schmidt that he was out standing in Alice Jongerden’s yard in Chilliwack B.C. last night with Gordon Watson. He says he will be at the rally and court hearing this morning in Vancouver, in support of Home on the Range cowsharers. Continue reading