Below are two links to
information you might want to read for your own benefits as a Moonique
Dairy herd share member
and a consumer of fresh milk.
Campaign for Real Milk! They have links to various online
articles, plus other
readings like books, websites, newsletters/journals, and online
articles. You can also read their trifold brochure,
Campaign for Real Milk" online.
Milk Facts: One individual has put together raw milk information, sites,
book suggestions, and more, all in one very informative website.
Right to Choose Healthy Food, a not-for-profit organization for
Milk": A blog entry by Kelly the Kitchen Kop: Busting
"Politically Correct" Nutrition.
Cholesterol Primer from Raw-Milk-Facts.com: Talks about
the real facts of cholesterol, in general and in relation to drinking
whole, fresh milk.
Diet: This information is based on ideas of Charles Sanford Porter and
Bernarr Macfadden. On this site you can read about the
of the milk diet. You can also learn about the diet's
works and read and download Porter's
Milk Diet and Macfadden’s
Miracle of Milk, free to readers interested in the milk
diet. What kind of milk should be used?
Let Your Herd Share Agreement Land You In Court":
This article from the Real Milk website is geared more towards the
farmers and herd share managers, but it gives you an idea about why we
have to do things the way we do.
Possible risks of drinking fresh
Time Magazine article:
Raw Milk? Be Very Quiet"
Other healthy and/or local food
groups & organizations:
Weston A. Price Foundation:
Promoting wise traditions in food, farming
and the healing arts.
Harvest: Real food, real farmers, real
community: find local sources in your area for vegetables, meats and
Wild: Find sources for safe, healthy, natural and
nutritious grass-fed beef, lamb, goats, bison, poultry, pork and dairy products.
the sustainable food movement, educates consumers on food-related issues
and works to build community through food.
The Farm To Consumer Legal Defense Fund:
Provides affordable legal counsel to farmers and consumers in need,
it will make the needs of the small farmer and the concerned consumer
known to our government, and it will promote their shared vision:
Sustainable farming and direct farm-to-consumer transactions.