Raw Milk Debate Heats Up in Wisconsin

March 24, 2010 09:42 AM
The Milwaukee Journal reports today the debate over selling raw milk to consumers in The Dairy State of Wisconsin is heating up considerably.
A bill before the Wisconsin Legislature is gaining momentum because Legislator's want to help small dairy farmers. The bill would allow farmers' to sell raw milk directly to consumers if they posted warning signs that the milk might contain disease-causing organisms. So much for warning labels.

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