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- Raw Milk Battle Continues in Wisconsin
- FDA's Ace in the Hole
- Fowl Play: Pumped and Plumped Meat
- 2010 Wise Traditions Conference - The Politics of Food
- Cow-Share College & Goat Share University Teleseminar Series - October
- Visit FTCLDF's Facebook Page
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Raw Milk Battle Continues in Wisconsin
Elizabeth Rich, Esq. | October 20, 2010 

Battle lines between Wisconsin farmers and the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) have been drawn in tow lawsuits. The first, brought by the FTCLDF, GrassWay Organics farm, and members of the Association that obtain milk from the farm, alleges that DATCP's interpretations of...more
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FDA's Ace in the Hole
By Pete Kennedy, Esq. | October 13, 2010 

Despite there being not even a single report of illness, there have been numerous instances over the past four years where licensed raw milk dairies in New York and Pennsylvania have had their sales suspended due to....more 
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Fowl Play: Pumped and Plumped Meat
By Dr. Kaayla Daniel, Ph.D., CCN | October 12, 2010 

Dr. Daniel provides a deeper view into commercial chicken processing and even more reason for consumers to seek out pastured poultry. Ever wonder about those plump well-endowed...more
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2010 Wise Traditions Conference
- The Politics of Food
November 12-14, 2010 

7:30-9:30 a.m. Friday
7:00-9:00 a.m. Saturday & Sunday

Be sure to visit the Farm-to-Consumer Booth!
Click here for details about the Farming Track
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Farm-to-Consumer Foundation presents
Last Teleseminar Session for 2010 - October 28 Open Forum

Raw milk consumers knocking on your door? Want a way to provide raw milk legally in your state...Get practical information to start, maintain or upgrade your share operation.  Ask about recordings of this 4-part series.  

Register Online Now or Call 703-208-3276 - Click here for details.
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 Raw Milk Battle Continues in Wisconsin

http://farmtoconsumer.org/raw-milk-battle-wi-rich.htm


FDA's Ace in the Hole

http://www.farmtoconsumer.org/fda-ace-in-the-hole-kennedy.htm


Fowl Play: Pumped and Plumped Meat

http://www.farmtoconsumer.org/fowl-play-daniel.htm


2010 Wise Traditions Conference - The Politics of Food

http://www.farmtoconsumer.org/Conferences-wise.htm


Cow-Share College & Goat-Share University

http://www.farmtoconsumerfoundation.org/cow_share_college.php


        Register Online Now 

       http://www.farmtoconsumer.net/classregistration.asp


Visit FTCLDF's Facebook Page

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Farm-to-Consumer-Legal-Defense-Fund/161394613873909


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