Government has tilted the scales in milk's favor for so long that dairies forgot how to compete.
The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals dealt an important ruling for food freedom this week.
A decision so plainly obvious must have roots in intrusive government regulations.
A new bill not surprisingly has several Wisconsin lawmakers' support.
The "Dairy Pride Act" calls for the FDA to crack down on cow-dairy alternatives that use terms like "milk" or "yogurt."
Lawmakers try to further restrict who can use the term 'milk.'
According to state regulators, skim milk = skim milk + mandated additives.
Milk that's still fresh is declared "expired" and must be thrown away.
It isn't real unless you add to it what government demands you add, says Florida Ag Department
Room for buffalo to roam and antelope to play.