Bovine reader Jason Barber writes in with a question:
I have a question that i have been unable to find a solution for by searching the internet. I live and work at O.U.R ecovillage on Vancouver island. The ecovillage is a sustainable demonstration site. So needless to say we have a lot of visitors. We’ve had a cow for the last two months and now that visitor season is coming into full swing I’m wanting to protect the visitors and our own butts from legal action stemming from the consumption of raw milk. We see two options: have all visitors sign a wavier saying that they understand the risks associated with drinking raw milk; or, have every visitor pay a $1 cow share fee and also sign a waiver.
I’m wondering if you have any more ideas that would best serve our situation, or what option would be best for our situation.
Thanks for your time and thanks for creating a blog that the world needs,
Post your suggestions in the comments or write to Jason directly at jsnbrbr AT gmail DOT com