According to Project Censored, Regenerative Agriculture as the "Next Stage" of Civilization is ranked 7th on a list of 25 of the top censored news stories of 2018.
This article questions if the coroner's inquest will be able to deliver real solutions. Australians can get caught up in details, miss a few truths, and then over-regulate to create safety.
The raw milk movement has learnt many lessons in the last few years. What is normal for the industrial dairy industry cannot automatically be accepted as normal for raw drinking milk (RDM) production.
Consumers compare dignified systems supporting family farmers overseas to the absurd behaviours seen here. Rules should focus on creating quality control, not on regulating the raw product out of viability.
Science now show 100% grass-fed, organic milk is superior. Butterfat from pasture-raised cows is a major source of healthy nutrients like Omega-3, CLA and fat soluble vitamins.
Consumers want "consumer connected" raw milk producers to take individual responsibility for providing the highest quality raw milk. We want to gain fair access to raw milk and keep access to it.
Some very interesting information has come to light due to the Senate Inquiry into the Australian dairy industry. ARMM hopes this information will be of benefit in the process to more awareness.
Huon Valley Caravan Park owner Rowen Carter have been enjoying tremendous support from the public since sharing his concerns after the Tasmanian Dairy Industry Authority visited the park.
Researchers believe the milk of the Tasmanian devil can hold the key to fighting drug-resistant bacteria. This milk builds a strong immune system that protects the joeys from infection and pathogens.
In England there is legislation to support smaller dairy farmers in producing premium raw milk from healthy, grass-fed cows to mitigate risk. ARMM calls on the Australian government to install similar legislation to save small family farms affected by the current dairy crisis.
The Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance (AFSA) is launching a crowdfunding campaign to raise $100,000 to support farmers facing stifling regulation on food standards.Last month the prosecution of Willunga SA dairy farmer Mark Tyler for providing raw milk triggered a strong reaction from members of AFSA who claim that government failure to keep up with innovation in small-scale local food production is damaging livelihoods and restricting consumer choice.
There have been a lot of buzz in the last four weeks about Raw Milk in Australia. The ABC interviewed raw milk producer Mark Tyler from Moo View Farm and produced this story for The Business that aired 28 March 2016.
FSANZ’s projections, which were not verified against real-world data, are still being used to justify a nationwide ban on raw cows’ milk in Australia. ARMM recommends that FSANZ withdraw its flawed risk assessment, and replace it with broader safety studies like those done by FSA.
RAW MILK producers Stephen and Phil Hook came to Australia for a few days for the screening of the documentary film, The Moo Man, as part of the Melbourne Food and Wine festival.
Good news! We've been getting positive feedback from some MP's due to the large number of them being contacted about legalising raw milk. They are seeing the value of legalising because of Australia being so far behind the rest of the world.
Late 2014, four articles appeared in the news celebrating the value of Raw Milk in Australia and the contribution it has made to communities, small scale producers and consumers.
Last year on 28 December 2014, new Victorian Minister of Consumer Affairs Jane Garrett announced that a bitter, gag inducing agent be included in all raw milk for sale in Victoria...
ARMM statistics show that we have visitors from many countries like the USA and Canada on our Facebook Page and website, who may not know our history. In light of this, here is some information and links about these articles that appeared in our mainstream media late last year and some of their consequences.
Penny Wilson is a PhD student at ANU in Canberra looking at raw milk in Australia. She is interviewing people who drink it, who have drunk it and those who are or were producing raw milk. She's currently interviewing producers and drinkers in the region around Canberra and the surrounding NSW districts...
For consumers, legislators and regulators. Find out why raw milk demand is growing at 25% per year.
CALIFORNIA – Raw milk advocates will meet Nov. 16 at the International Raw Milk Symposium in Anaheim, Calif. The Raw Milk Symposium will take place on the last day of the International Wise Traditions Conference...