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Monday, June 6, 2016

News Digest - No Chickens Allowed on Farm

Agenda Against Local Food, No Chickens on Farm & Food Freedom Fundraisers
Dear Food Freedom Friend, 

The rights of regular people like consumers, homesteaders and farmers to purchase, raise and sell the nutrient-dense foods of their choosing are being threatened. We're talking backyard chickens (and much more!) in South Carolina and Virginia and food clubs in several states.

Consider attending the inspiring series of events in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley this August that fundraise for our food-freedom-expanding work that helps the backyard gardener to the small-time farmer. The events even include the very popular Deluxe Tour of Polyface Farm led by Joel Salatin himself! Not able to attend but want to help the cause? Donor gifts are available during our Annual Appeal through June 30.

Warm regards,

FTCLDF Team
News Digest - What's Up?    
June 6, 2016
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by John Moody

I didn't expect to write about raw milk twice in a row. While the West Virginia raw milk mangling was despicable, driven no less by an anonymous tip, it wasn't unexpected. You don't play ball with the big kids and not take some dirty elbows

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by Amber Bradshaw 

People across the country are fighting for the right to provide for their families with gardens and small backyard livestock. My family is one of those affected, and the new laws are taking the food off my children's plates. This is our story.

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by Stewart Goodwin

Henrico County Virginia officials have told FTCLDF member Stewart Goodwin that she cannot have chickens on her property that is zoned for agriculture. Here is Stewart's account of her dispute with the county.

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