From yesterday’s Open Line radio show on Owen Sound’s CFOS with Dave Carr. Click on this link and scroll down to Open Line February 27th. You’ll find the following text (as seen below the picture), along with buttons to click on to hear the recorded podcast version of the live radio show with Michael Schmidt, host Dave Carr, and people who called in.
Michael Schmidt with CFOS radio host Dave Carr in the studio Feb. 27th.
Discussing the BIG topics that matter to you! Whether locally or around the world, The OPEN LINE tackles the issues in an ‘OPEN’ forum. Call us with your opinions and comments. The line is always ‘OPEN’, weekdays after the 9am News on 560 CFOS.
Monday February 27, 2017
by: Dave CarrRaw milk advocate Michael Schmidt is Dave’s guest today and he takes calls from listeners on a variety of related topics.
Michael posted the following message on Facebook this morning:
“I will be joining Dave Carr on the CFOS Owen Sound talk show at around 9.05 am. Call in, it does not matter if you agree or disagree with me.
Call: (519) 376-7777”
Update: You can now hear the program as a podcast. Details here.
From Karen Selick, Michael’s lawyer:
“This morning (Thursday) from 10:08 to 11:00 EDT, Michael Schmidt and I will be on the radio with Pam Killeen and Andy Oudman discussing farm raids and over-regulation. Live streaming here: http://www.cjbk.com/. Callers welcome: 519-643-1290. Also on the show will be Linda Faillace, author of “Mad Sheep”.”
“This time on America’s Test Kitchen, we delve into the heated debate surrounding raw milk. Is it safe to drink? Should you have the right to buy it in the first place?…”
Shepherdess Montana Jones, on the radio:
Andy Oudman (1290 AM CJBK, London ON) and Pam Killeen interview Montana Jones (http://shropshiresheep.org/news-on-cfia-slaughter/), Karen Selick and Judith McGeary about the disappearance of the family farm and the importance of preseving heritage breeds. Here’s a quote from farmer/author Joel Salatin: “CFIA’s intent to annihilate the Wholearth flock of Shropshire sheep owned by Montana Jones is deeply troubling. Without credible tests that empirically prove the existence of scrapie, to proceed with the planned extermination is both unscientific and tyrannical…” FOR THE INTERVIEW, LISTEN HERE —http://tinyurl.com/d5nsnvv (April 5, 2012)
Yes, raw milk farmer and food rights advocate Michael Schmidt will be taking to the airwaves again this afternoon to spread the word to radio listeners in the Greater Toronto Area and beyond. Tune in to the show on CFRB at 1010 on the AM dial.
Michael Schmidt, Grey County farmer and ambassador to Canada for raw milk, raising a glass following sentencing last year outside the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Newmarket.
Michael will be talking about the current e-coli crisis and Galen Weston’s recent statement that farmers markets are going to kill somebody someday.
Radio program looks at the big picture: