Wisconsin Judge Rules No Right to Own...

Wisconsin Judge Rules No Right to Own a Cow or Drink Its Milk

There are 8 comments on the foodfreedom.wordpress.com story from Oct 5, 2011, titled Wisconsin Judge Rules No Right to Own a Cow or Drink Its Milk. In it, foodfreedom.wordpress.com reports that:

In a decision denying basic property rights and even exceeding the FDA's contempt for the rights of private contract and food freedom of choice, Dane County Circuit Court Judge Patrick J. Fiedler has issued an order holding that owners of cows do not have a fundamental right to consume milk from their own cow.

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“Preparing”

Since: Jul 10

Ingleside, IL.

#1 Oct 5, 2011
What's next? The government prohibits people from eating food grown in their own private property gardens? Cannot drink water from your own well? Another example of the government overstepping its bounds.
TOOL MARKS

Chicago, IL

#2 Oct 5, 2011
It's all FOR THE CORPORTATIONS, Stoopid.

Citizens should (will be eventually) REQUIRED to BUY and CONSUME all their needs from local Box Marts and Distributors who will provide their 'approved' corporate products.

Allowing people to grow their own food or milk their own cows doesn't make any sense, stooopid.
Think of what that would do to the American Corporate Economy, if enough people 'opt out' of the supply chain.
Corporations would have to lay people off, and that could cost YOU your JOB !!
So don't question it.

The only way to save the American Corporate Economy, is to REQUIRE people to buy all their needs from designated corporate suppliers.
This will keep money circulating, and create Jobs.

“Preparing”

Since: Jul 10

Ingleside, IL.

#3 Oct 5, 2011
TOOL MARKS wrote:
It's all FOR THE CORPORTATIONS, Stoopid.
Citizens should (will be eventually) REQUIRED to BUY and CONSUME all their needs from local Box Marts and Distributors who will provide their 'approved' corporate products.
Allowing people to grow their own food or milk their own cows doesn't make any sense, stooopid.
Think of what that would do to the American Corporate Economy, if enough people 'opt out' of the supply chain.
Corporations would have to lay people off, and that could cost YOU your JOB !!
So don't question it.
The only way to save the American Corporate Economy, is to REQUIRE people to buy all their needs from designated corporate suppliers.
This will keep money circulating, and create Jobs.
very well, i just be a drone and be grateful i have anything at all.
bored

Wiggins, CO

#4 Nov 26, 2011
csa37th wrote:
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very well, i just be a drone and be grateful i have anything at all.
READ THE ARTICLE, they didn't own the cows. They lived in the city and were buying raw milk from a farmer, which is illegal. They claimed to own a "share" of the cow, if they want to graze a cow in their own backyard and drink it's milk, no problem.
Mystery Man

Ingleside, IL

#5 Nov 26, 2011
bored wrote:
<quoted text>READ THE ARTICLE, they didn't own the cows. They lived in the city and were buying raw milk from a farmer, which is illegal. They claimed to own a "share" of the cow, if they want to graze a cow in their own backyard and drink it's milk, no problem.
who cares how they came by the milk.
It shouldn't be the governments businesses.
We don't need food police telling us where, what, and how we drink milk.
Or not to drink milk or any other products.
If i want to eat the biggest burger and fries i can find i should be allowed to.
If i want to eat every suger filled snack food in the store i should be allowed to.
And i sure in heck should be able to drink any milk i want.
Pour me a tall glass it'll go good with my full bag of Oreo's
bored

Wiggins, CO

#6 Nov 26, 2011
Mystery Man wrote:
<quoted text>
who cares how they came by the milk.
It shouldn't be the governments businesses.
We don't need food police telling us where, what, and how we drink milk.
Or not to drink milk or any other products.
If i want to eat the biggest burger and fries i can find i should be allowed to.
If i want to eat every suger filled snack food in the store i should be allowed to.
And i sure in heck should be able to drink any milk i want.
Pour me a tall glass it'll go good with my full bag of Oreo's
It's raw milk, uncooked, illegal to sell in most states. If you want to drink raw milk out of your own cow the government has no problem with it, you just can't sell it to the general public. Restaurants have food safety regs, so should the farmers selling it.
bored

Wiggins, CO

#7 Nov 26, 2011
Mystery Man wrote:
<quoted text>
who cares how they came by the milk.
It shouldn't be the governments businesses.
We don't need food police telling us where, what, and how we drink milk.
Or not to drink milk or any other products.
If i want to eat the biggest burger and fries i can find i should be allowed to.
If i want to eat every suger filled snack food in the store i should be allowed to.
And i sure in heck should be able to drink any milk i want.
Pour me a tall glass it'll go good with my full bag of Oreo's
If you got sick from a raw hamburger @ a restaurant whose fault is it?
bored

Wiggins, CO

#8 Nov 26, 2011
Mystery Man wrote:
<quoted text>
who cares how they came by the milk.
It shouldn't be the governments businesses.
We don't need food police telling us where, what, and how we drink milk.
Or not to drink milk or any other products.
If i want to eat the biggest burger and fries i can find i should be allowed to.
If i want to eat every suger filled snack food in the store i should be allowed to.
And i sure in heck should be able to drink any milk i want.
Pour me a tall glass it'll go good with my full bag of Oreo's
If you gave raw milk to your friend and he got sick from it, can he sue you?

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