Coffee with IDFA: Dairy policy with Connie Tipton

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IDFA President and CEO Connie Tipton discusses new market opportunities for dairy and barriers that could prevent growth.



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Robert    
California  |  September, 01, 2011 at 11:48 AM

I'm all for removing onerous government regulations in the dairy industry. You can begin by calling a truce on the de facto war against the production, transportation, and sale of organic, unpasteurized (raw) and unhomogenized dairy products--a segment with significant (and very profitable) growth potential. While raw dairy operations are impractical for mega-scale industrial feed-lot type farms, 100% pastured herds are quite manageable for the small-to-medium sized family farm. Raw milk supporters are very passionate. You folks are =delusional= if you think we will go back to drinking commercial pasteurized milk if you somehow succeed in crushing the raw dairy industry.


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