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Morningland Dairy, Mountain View, MO, is under orders by the FDA and the Milk Board to destroy 50,000 lbs of cheese that has never been tested for pathogens. Since they canâ€™t sell it, friends and supporters are rallying to sponsor this cheese, so the family wonâ€™t lose their farm. That is why it is called an uncheese party. By sponsoring a cheese you are making a non-tax deductible gift of love, aid and comfort to a farm in distress.
Morningland Dairy is just the latest attempt by the FDA to fulfill the Healthy People 2020 objective to kill raw dairy. Morningland is owned by Joseph and Denise Dixon, who operate the cheese plant and make raw cheese from cows kept right on the property and managed by one of their eldest daughters. They have 12 children, 4 of who still live at home, and they have been actively engaged in real food for three decades. They were caught up in the Rawesome Raid dragnet and many believe the questionable California Dept of Food and Agriculture tests on their cheese are the legal justification for the multi-agency guns drawn raid at Rawesome.
FDA is trying very hard to kill our nation’s local food supply. This is the time for us, the people who grow wholesome food, and consumers of wholesome food, to stand up and say ‘Enough!". By sponsoring a block of cheese you will be contributing to the Dixon’s potential legal expenses.
Our goal is to raise $250,000.00, the value of the cheese that is under embargo.
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