Daily Archives: January 7, 2011

New Vancouver-area raw milk cowshare announced — Triple A Dairy

From Gordon Watson in Vancouver:

Fortunately, Vancouverites will no longer have to resort to such extreme measures to secure their supply of raw milk.

In Ontario, Michael Schmidt proved that cowsharing is a lawful way for people to get raw milk.  He urges that more cowshares be formed, so as to meet the burgeoning demand for REAL MILK.  It’s crucial we get more cows out there, right away, producing, to consolidate his victory.

Therefore I’m convening a new cowshare, called Triple A Dairy.  I invite people in the Vancouver area, who appreciate the value of fresh, whole, pure milk – unprocessed, straight from the cow,  NOT Pasteur-ized – to contact me and become a joint-owner of a herd of dairy cows. Continue reading


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Calgary Herald reader connects the dots on milk and meat regulation in Canada

Chris Spence, writing in the Calgary Herald:

Image titled "cows-raw-milk" via the Badger Catholic, where they had a post on raw milk titled "Milk may be legalized in Wisconsin" but later took it down. Perhaps it didn't have the right imprimatur.

“It is funny how the government bans raw milk because of the dangers of disease borne by it. If you carry that logic forward, then why can we still buy deli meat? How many Canadians have died of listeria borne by deli meat over the last few years? I think it is 20 or more. So to be credible in their banning of raw milk, they must also ban deli meat. Then they should take a look at the pathogens in bulk-processed meat products…..” Continue reading

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