Hoosier state residents to get input on raw milk regulation change in Indiana

From Indiana Green Living.com

“An Indiana health agency is asking residents to comment on the banned sale of raw milk and dairy products made from unprocessed milk.

Raw milk has not gone through any process of pasteurization, homogenization or irradiation. It has not been altered with additives or chemicals in any way, and can still be tested for bacterial diseases. It comes directly from the animal and is said by many to contain larger amounts of nutrients than pasteurized milk. Many believe that drinking raw milk helps with digestion and other health problems.

The Indiana State Board of Animal Health will hold a virtual public hearing on their website from June 1 through Sept. 1 where people can suggest potential changes to Indiana law, which doesn’t allow the sale of raw milk. Residents must provide a name and contact information to comment….”

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One response to “Hoosier state residents to get input on raw milk regulation change in Indiana

  1. When are the sheeple gong to realize that we are not slaves, and that it is improper, tyrannical, treasonous, and a violation of God given rights, for government to be involved in what we put into our bodies in any way shape or form?

    “If people let government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls of those who live under tyranny.” ~ Thomas Jefferson

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