The price increase will eventually be charged to consumers, and anybody offering milk for less will be hammered with “administrative penalties.” This is nothing less than a price control takeover of the Vermont dairy industry.
The Task Force to Revitalize the Vermont Dairy Industry proposed a series of recommendations, which will be sent by way of a report to the state Senate Agriculture Committee in January before potentially advancing to other channels in state government.
The far left are so far out on cow comprehension that they threaten the world. Replacing animals with Bill Gates-patented stem-cell-vats to create steaks is horror-show Frankensteinian stuff, coming to a theater near you.
As far-left agitators such as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Bill Gates badmouth cow farts and push to eliminate meat from the American diet, Chesterton’s adage comes to mind — those who kick at cows have an upside-down understanding of the world.
Regardless of when a cataclysmic storm recurs in the West, Vermonters concerned with food security will understand that diversifying back to local, diversified agricultural networks rather than a highly-concentrated agri-dependency on one very tiny, highly vulnerable bread basket is of great national interest.
“We are grateful to provide this opportunity to continue supporting our farmers to innovate and maintain the momentum forward for water quality,” Anson Tebbetts, Vermont Secretary of Agriculture, Food and Markets, said.
The far left are so far out on cow comprehension that they threaten the world. Replacing animals with Gates-patented stem-cell-vats to create steaks is horror-show Frankensteinian stuff, coming to a theater near you.
It is absurd to suggest that cows should be eliminated to save the climate, yet that is precisely what is being touted — the zany left is trying to force everybody to go vegan.
“Vermont has been losing dairy farms. In 2018 and 2019 Vermont lost about 140 dairy farms. U.S. Rep. Peter Welch has been unresponsive and out-of-touch when it comes to economic development for these constituents.”
Gov. Phil Scott held his regular media briefing this week at Shat Acres Highland Cattle, where he discussed challenges in the agriculture sector and declared August “Agritourism” Month in Vermont.
Today, Grange president Mike Walker still wants Charlotters to honor the hall’s history, but he also wants them to see the organization in a new light: As a place for the whole community, not just farmers.
Instead of contributing important agricultural knowledge to solve food crises for all people equitably, Shelburne Farms has squandered resources on an ideological fallacy, serving up race discussions to divide Vermonters in that great time of need.