SHOCK VIDEO: Morningland Dairy Raided – Another Family Business Destroyed By Government Ruling Class

Prepare to be infuriated!
After a long legal battle Morningland Dairy in Missouri was raided by the government and their property destroyed this week.
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On January 25, 2013, Morningland Dairy in Missouri was raided and over 36 tons of personal property was confiscated by the Missouri State Milk Board. In operation for over 30 years, Morningland Dairy has never received one complaint from a customer or any illness reported as a result of consuming their product.
Will your business be next?


From the video: Moriningland Dairy, a family business that has been in operation for over 30 years without a single complaint or report of any illness has ceased today. The over two year battle they’ve had with the Missouri Milk Board ended today with a raid and confiscation of over 250 thousand dollars of inventory seized by the state. As a result of the legal stipulations put on Morningland Dairy which are impossible to comply with they will no longer be able to produce their product.

The real crime they are being persecuted for is producing cheese with raw milk. Whether the state wants to admit it or not that is what their real charge is and that in itself is criminal.

This should be the shot heard ’round the rural world. What has been done to this family is a travesty of justice. Their livelihood has been destroyed. These are good people who ran an honest business. How much more tyranny will we tolerate before we tell the state, Enough!

Truth Farmer has more.
And, here’s another video of the raid.

More… Here are the contact numbers for the Missouri State Milk Board Staff.
Hat Tip Ed

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  • Sasja

    I don’t know, Jim. How much tyranny are you going to tolerate; especially from the powers that be running your state?

  • UDell

    The Missouri Milk Board is the “government ruling class”?

    Usually, such boards are made up by people innvolved in, or previously involved in,
    the dairy industry.

    You “forgot” to mention that their mail order cheese tested positive for listeria and staph,
    and they’ve had in injunction agaisnt them since 2011

  • Ragspierre

    Tort law is MORE than an adequate means to assure safe food products.

    Think about WHY it evolved concurrently with market economics.

    A milk-nazi is not either needed or desirable. When you give idiots power, they WILL abuse it.

  • Lim Lynn

    FDA and Traitor in Chief hates raw food that makes people smarter and less pus from antibiotic no wonder they raid every single time.

  • katy

    Problem is …no one listens to us. Gov. is broken and we have screamed at the top of our lungs, marched, called, written, voted and at every turn the commie progressives cheat steal and shut us down. What they HELL can we do????

  • katy

    They will take this farm and reopen it under new management. The Feds will run it. This happened in South Africa just a few years ago and now its here.

  • UDell

    Missouris Milk Board. State…not Fed.

  • dwdude

    in great britain, farmers are not required to pasteurize milk…their chocolate, cheeses and drinks made with milk taste much different than those in the united states. the swiss also make wonderful cheeses and chocolates, none of which are processed. our wonderful government agencies.

  • Joe Blow

    Big Brother Is Watching You! This type of destruction sure doesn’t sound like a free country does it.

  • Mietopol

    They got the power from the devil .And the devil will work them thru eternity. USA is the lost cause.

  • Lim Lynn

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1N93gdf2lWg
    Government add radioactive waste releases radiation into silverware.

  • Texas_Treeroach

    Sheriff Mike Shannon: “Vee ver just followink orders!!”
    This sheriff – He lives in Howell County, yes?
    He needs to hear from you Missourians.

  • cavt

    Wow–so my wonderful state Ca was involved in this. That just by itself is scary as this state is run by leftist loons. Would like to see the proof they have for their involvment. Afterall, these are the same geniuses who had helicopters flying over our cities spraying ‘safe’ chemicals on everyone in order to kill the med-fly.

  • Hiro Protagonist

    They broke the law and are subject to the consequences. How is this a story?

  • David Ben Moshe

    I find it amazing that they went along with this, and not one of the people there uttered the words ‘Kill him’ that would have been the 2nd shot heard round the world.

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  • Lincoln’s widow

    “The real crime they are being persecuted for is producing cheese with raw milk. Whether the state wants to admit it or not that is what their real charge is and that in itself is criminal.”

  • Lincoln’s widow

    ^—–who wrote that? That doesnt make any sense. Are you smokin’ that wacky tabaccy? Hmmm?

  • steve clark

    look folks, raw milk is risky–that is well established by science and epidemiology. Untreated water is risky too–that is well established by science and epidemiology. But, we expect our officials to regulate the latter and get upset when they also regulate the former when risks are based on the same evidence????

    You don’t complain about tyranny when your water is regulated for safety, but you do when your milk is regulated for safety!!!

    Get real and grow up.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    Wow, the state of Missouri has a “milk board”.

    Talk about a total waste of taxpayer money…

  • L.barney

    SMELLS LIKE CHINA- and we all owe this to yes, I WILL SAY IT AGAIN AND AGAIN—-THE LEGIONS OF O VOTERS WHO FOISTED KING EGO ER O ON US!!!

  • Texas_Treeroach

    #14 Hiro(hito) Protagonist —-
    So if the LAW says burn your neighbors house if he grows tomatoes, you’ll fire up the torch?!? You are just what the regime is looking for!!

  • Lincoln’s widow

    “I don’t know, Jim. How much tyranny are you going to tolerate; especially from the powers that be running your state”

    Now theres an interesting question. Time to put up or shut up eh.

  • Skandia Recluse

    Violate the regulations of the Milk Board and your business is taken over by the state.

    Violate immigrations regulations and you are celebrated as a hero, get special dispensation from the President of the United States.

  • shadow

    ^—–who wrote that?

    It appears to have been copied word for word from:
    http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=42526

  • ★FALCON★

    And good folks wonder why there is proposed weapons confiscation in the works.

  • Arlene
  • Libtards Lie

    I urge everyone to watch FARMAGEDEN on netflix. Documentary on the evils of our government and what they are doing to small farmers/ranchers.

  • Lim Lynn

    @Libtards Lie
    I watch that documentary 2 years ago. It’s a good documentary.

  • Highlander

    We can go into a restaurant and order a rare hamburger at our own risk, or buy ground beef at the grocery and eat it raw if we so desire. Why should it be any different with milk products? As long as we, as consumers, are properly advised of the risks, we should be FREE to choose and eat whatever we please. I’m sure our Nazi trolls will find some reason to disagree with me…

    Meanwhile another freedom dies, courtesy of the health police. Anyone who can’t see where this is going is a real moron …

  • Patty

    Family Farm is systematically being wiped out of existence

    On top of everything else, the federal government and many state governments just keep endlessly piling more rules and regulations on to the backs of farmers.

    Big agribusiness has the resources to deal with all of these regulations fairly well, but most family farms do not.

    With each passing year, the farming industry becomes even more centralized. If current trends continue, big agribusiness will eventually control nearly all of it. The following is from the EPA website….

    By 1997, a mere 46,000 of the two million farms in this country accounted for 50% of sales of agricultural products (USDA, 1997 Census of Agriculture data). That number was down from almost 62,000 in 1992.

    In certain industries the amount of consolidation has been absolutely stunning. For example, between 1970 and today the United States has lost 88 percent of its dairy farms.[…………..]

    The Family Farm Is Being Systematically Wiped Out Of Existence In America
    By Michael, on April 26th, 2012

    An entire way of life is rapidly dying right in front of our eyes. The family farm is being systematically wiped out of existence in America, and big agribusiness and the federal government both have blood all over their hands. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the number of farms in the United States has fallen from about 6.8 million in 1935 to only about 2 million today. That doesn’t mean that there is less farming going on. U.S. farms are producing more than ever. But what it does mean is that farming is increasingly becoming dominated by the big boys. The rules of the game have been tilted in favor of big agribusiness so dramatically that most small farmers find that they simply cannot compete anymore. Back in 1900, about 39 percent of the U.S. population worked on farms. At this point, only about 2 percent of all Americans now live on farms. Big agribusiness, the food processing conglomerates, and big seed companies such as Monsanto completely dominate the industry. Unless something dramatic is done, the family farm is going to continue to be wiped out of existence. Unfortunately, it does not look like things are going to turn around any time soon.

    The way that the farming industry is structured today, it is simply not economically feasible to operate a small family farm. According to Farm Aid, every week approximately 330 farmers leave their land for good.

    Many old timers are trying to hang on for as long as they can. A very large percentage of family farmers are in their fifties, sixties or seventies at this point. Today, only about 6 percent of all farmers are under the age of 35.

    Most young people these days are not too eager to choose farming as a career. A lot of young adults that grew up on family farms have decided that investing hundreds of thousands of dollars in a business that requires you to work 12 hours or more per day most of the year for very meager wages is simply not worth it.

    In recent years, many family farmers have been forced to find second jobs in order to support their families. Many farm families are constantly on the verge of financial ruin. It is a really tough life for many of them.

    Sadly, less than 25 percent of all farms in America bring in gross revenues in excess of $50,000. The following comes from the EPA website….

    It has been estimated that living expenses for the average farm family exceed $47,000 per year. Clearly, many farms that meet the U.S. Census’ definition would not produce sufficient income to meet farm family living expenses. In fact, fewer than 1 in 4 of the farms in this country produce gross revenues in excess of $50,000.

    On top of everything else, the federal government and many state governments just keep endlessly piling more rules and regulations on to the backs of farmers.

    Big agribusiness has the resources to deal with all of these regulations fairly well, but most family farms do not.

    With each passing year, the farming industry becomes even more centralized. If current trends continue, big agribusiness will eventually control nearly all of it. The following is from the EPA website….

    By 1997, a mere 46,000 of the two million farms in this country accounted for 50% of sales of agricultural products (USDA, 1997 Census of Agriculture data). That number was down from almost 62,000 in 1992.

    In certain industries the amount of consolidation has been absolutely stunning. For example, between 1970 and today the United States has lost 88 percent of its dairy farms.

    Another factor that is shaping the farming business is the incredible power that the giant food processing conglomerates have accumulated.

    Today, there are 10 corporations that control most of the things that Americans eat and drink on a daily basis. If you doubt this, just check out this chart.

    The giant food processing conglomerates have a massive amount of influence over how food is grown in the United States today. Small farmers that try to go against the tide often have a very rough go of it.

    That is also true when it comes to seeds.

    For example, approximately 80 percent of all corn grown in the United States is grown using seeds that have been genetically modified by Monsanto.

    If you want to try to defy companies such as Monsanto, you are playing a very dangerous game. The predatory business practices of Monsanto have been well documented. Monsanto has taken countless numbers of farmers to court, and they are absolutely ruthless.

    Plus, it certainly does not help that there is a constant revolving door between Monsanto and federal government agencies. If you doubt this, just check out the chart about Monsanto on this page.

    Amazingly, in spite of all this there are still some small farmers that are able to overcome all of these obstacles and run successful businesses.

    But that is where the federal government comes in.

    In recent years, the federal government has become absolutely obsessed with going after small farmers.

    For example, a recent Food Freedom News article detailed what the feds have been doing to Randy and Karen Sowers. They were keeping their cash deposits under $10,000 so that they would not have to fill out a bunch of paperwork, and the federal government came down on them like a hurricane….

    “Structuring,” explains Overlawyered.com, “is the federal criminal offense of splitting up bank deposits so as to keep them under a threshold such as $10,000 above which banks have to report transactions to the government.”

    While being questioned, the Sowers were finally presented with a seizure order and advised that the feds had already emptied their bank account of $70,000. The Dept. of Justice has since sued to keep $63,000 of the Sowers’ money, though they committed no crime other than maintaining their privacy.

    Without funds, they will be unable to make purchases for the spring planting.

    When a similar action was taken against Taylor’s Produce Stand last year, the feds seized $90,000, dropped the charges, and kept $45,000 of Taylor’s money.

    Knowing that most farms operate on a very thin margin, such abuse of power wipes out a family’s income, and for a bonus, the feds enhance the monopoly power of Monsanto, Big Dairy and their supply chain.

    At many other small farms across America, the feds have conducted military-style raids at the crack of dawn over the smallest infractions.

    Some examples of this were detailed in a documentary entitled “Farmaggedon”. The following is a short trailer for that film….

    The sad truth is that the federal government has been using your tax money to go after small farmers in absolutely vicious ways.

    For example, the feds raided one Amish farm at 5 AM one morning.

    So what was the big crime that the feds were so concerned about?

    Well, the Amish farm was selling raw milk.

    Oh the horror!

    The feds seem content to leave big agribusiness pretty much alone, but they are constantly going after small farms in hundreds of different ways.

    Did you know that the Department of Labor is instituting new regulations that will ban children from doing many kinds of farm chores?

    Just another way to kill off the family farm in America.

    America is changing, and not for the better.

    Just like the middle class, the family farm is heading for extinction.

    Eventually, the big corporations and the federal government will have near total control over food production in America.

    So what do you think about all of this? Please feel free to post a comment with your thoughts below….

    http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/the-family-farm-is-being-systematically-wiped-out-of-existence-in-america

  • bigkahuna

    I was hoping to see someone take out the tires of the truck brought in to steal the cheese.

  • Patty

    sorry, didn’t realize how lengthy.

    I am on a new computer but still no excuse, I apologize to all.

    should have use preview

  • Patty
  • lincoln’s widow

    I certainly don’t disagree with you JDR which leads me to believe there is more to the story than meets the eye. why shouldn’t he be allowed to run his business? Someone further up mentioned lysteria. No thanks, but if you don’t mind exposing yourself to it go right ahead.

  • JBD

    The MSM yawns.

    {+_+}

  • TBogg

    Judge David Dunlap, currently presiding over the Morningland bench trial, heard testimony on Jan. 11 from several witnesses for the state, including Gene Wiseman, executive secretary of the Missouri State Milk Board, Don Falls, an environmental specialist with Missouri State Milk Board and inspector of Morningland Dairy plant, and Sara Blamey, senior microbiologist and laboratory manager for Microbe Inotech Laboratories in St. Louis.

    During her examination, Blamey testified that she had conducted tests on samples of cheese sent by Morningland at the end of August. She informed the court and confirmed her previous report that all of the 14 samples tested were positive for Staphylococcus aureus and 6 were positive for Listeria monocytogenes.

    […]

    The defense also presented testimony from Jedadiah York, Morningland’s plant manager, who described the cheesemaking process and attested to the fact that the dairy’s equipment was sanitized before and after use each day. He added, “Everything we do is held responsible to God. His Word, the Bible, tells us how we’re supposed to act. We feel like we’re personally responsible for our product and what we do.”

  • free`

    “Everything we do is held responsible to God. His Word, the Bible, tells us how we’re supposed to act. We feel like we’re personally responsible for our product and what we do.”

    That explains it, we can’t have any religious milk farmers. Separation of Church and Milk.

  • Hadrian Rises

    Wake up America! This infuriating and tyrannical spectacle is reminiscent of the land and property property confiscations that took/take place in Venezuela.

    This video shows Venezuelan government thugs trying to confiscate lands using dubious legal pretenses and then reacting with hostility and harassment against those that are filming the government tyranny. Not about to back down from exercising their human rights the government bureaucrat quickly escalates the situation by calling in regime thugs and the Army who pull out weapons… watch for yourself… Watch and bear witness to Venezuelan tyranny and more importantly recognize that, as this video in Missouri attests it is already happening here everyday. It is a slow but steady drip drip drip of tyranny that most don’t realize until its too late.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujiRjYS1-KQ

    (its in Spanish but you’ll understand what’s going on. Especially when a government thug pulls out shotgun and points it at a pickup truck with someone looking to defy the government.)

    Americans in their parochialism think they are better than Venezuelans but when all is told the joke is going to be on Americans who will succumb the tyranny of a thousand cuts the same way the Venezuelans did. I fear we are quickly approaching a point where decisions about active resistance in the US must be made. Wake up indeed.

  • Hadrian Rises

    *Above I write; “Not about to back down from exercising their human rights…” It should read since the photographer is not about to back down the government thugs call in the thugs with the guns.

  • lincoln’s widow

    ““Everything we do is held responsible to God. His Word, the Bible, tells us how we’re supposed to act. We feel like we’re personally responsible for our product and what we do.””

    God isn’t doing a good enough job if he is allowing that wench Lysteria and her step sister, Staph O’Cockeye to run amok at a milk farm.

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  • Lim Lynn

    @Hadrian Rises
    0:55 he been shouting like nobody’s business hurts my ears. If you want to watch the video put medium loudness.
    http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dbmd/diseaseinfo/staphylococcus_food_g.htm
    http://culinaryarts.about.com/od/commonfoodbornepathogens/p/listeria.htm
    She informed the court and confirmed her previous report that all of the 14 samples tested were positive for Staphylococcus aureus and 6 were positive for Listeria monocytogenes. You can get positive presence of Staphylococcus aureus and Listeria monocytogenes if you don’t wash hand after coming out from toilet.

  • WillofLa

    A month ago I was listening to Coast To Coast AM and on the program was a woman who runs an organization that trys to stop such attacks on the American dairy farmer. She said that back earlier this past year the FDA came onto a dairy farmers land, up to the man’s house and were decked out like SWAT with Kevlar helmets, MP5’s, zip ties and the whole nine yards. While the FDA guys held his wife and kids at gun point they marched him to his barn where there was dozens of raw milk kept in those big metal milk jugs, you know, and anyway she said right there in front of the guy the ripped the tops off and dumped out gallons of milk on the ground. Then they marched him back down to his house and told him the next time they come they will arrest him and left in their black vehicles.

    Maybe it’s the FDA to that might need all those millions of rounds we hear of all these obscure government agencies obtaining for some unknown reason. Well, now we know. They’re to be used on all those terrorist dairy farmers trying to peddle all that poison raw milk!!

    If the farmer had had the presence of mind maybe he would have whipped out his assault weapon and it’s massive capacity magazines and mowed them down as they stepped out of their SUV’s. Dreaming of course. Actually in the dream he would have wheeled around holding a minigun and reduced them and their vehicles to swiss cheese, “That’ll teach you to violate my private property rights. You gov’ment scum!!” End of dream.

  • WillofLa

    Oh yeah, the woman who was on Coast To Coast AM about the dairy farmers being attacked by FDA, she said, as I remember now that it was at three o’clock in the morning! Stunning isn’t it. And who does it sound like? Swastika’s anyone?

  • Lim Lynn

    http://www.biotopics.co.uk/microbes/tech.html
    http://www.eng.umd.edu/~nsw/ench485/lab8b.htm
    I’m sure the microbiologist in laboratory won’t let the cheese samples being contaminated that easily. The process to identify microbes in cheese samples is they take a swab on the cheese sample, place the swab of cheese sample on petri dish filled with culture and petri dish cultures incubated in an inverted position for 24 hours to allow it to grow a colony. Then, they take a look at the characteristic colony of microbes.

  • barga20

    What’s all this hysteria about listeria? Microbes never bothered anyone until that limey commie Joseph Lister made a big deal about them, and that frog Louis Pastuer cashed in on the scam.

  • Texas_Treeroach

    A retort of sorts — for #37 January 29, 2013 at 8:20 pm
    and other subsequent worrisome responses.

    Taken from http://www.realmilk.com/case-updates/morningland-dairy/

    . . . . .

    “What is unjust about the actions taken against Morningland is that there has not been an adequate level of proof shown to establish that the bacteria found in the cheese are actually harmful to human health. There are many subtypes of L. mono and Staph. aureus; as mentioned above, many of these subtypes have not been found to cause illness in humans. The agencies have the capability to determine the subtype of a pathogen found and to determine whether that particular subtype is on record as having caused human illness; if the subtype has not, then there is no adulteration and no need to destroy the product.

    The Milk Board, which is working at the direction of FDA, has not conducted any testing to determine the subtype. Once the agency had the initial positive tests from CDFA and the Dixons, it should have done subsequent testing for the subtype. Even if the subtype is known to cause illness in humans, it still needs to be determined whether the amount of bacteria in the food is enough to actually do so. FDA has a zero tolerance policy for L. mono, a standard widely rejected by the scientific community throughout the world. The zero tolerance policy, in fact, reduces the incentive to test for L. mono., thus potentially making our food supply less safe.”

    The author is Pete Kennedy,an attorney from Sarasota, Florida and president of the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund. He compiled the state milk laws posted at realmilk.com. He advises many farmers and members about legal issues surrounding raw milk

    The entire article is enlightening.

    In short: If they really want ya, there gonna’ get ya.
    The numbers and methods are easy to adjust.

  • Patty

    What is more Ironic is the fact that this government inspectors in food processing plants all over the nation are short handed. It is like when you eat something today you are playing Russian Roulette with your body.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/11/fda-food-regulation_n_1955074.html

    School safety checks are lacks. Also, check shelves at many Grocery stores and the dates that have expired.

    ~~~~~~~~~~

    older article but great read
    http://www.nbcnews.com/id/44701433/ns/health-food_safety/t/flood-food-imported-us-only-percent-inspected/

  • Lim Lynn

    @barga20
    That’s exactly what Missouri State Milk Board Staff following FDA example.

  • Patty

    Food coming in ships, we do need to worry about and I heard they were serving horse meat at a Burger King.

    But they insist on shutting down the farmers.

  • Radegunda

    I grew up on raw milk. It went straight from the cows through sanitized pipes into a refrigerated tank. That isn’t remotely similar to “untreated water,” which has many opportunities to collect all manner of foreign matter and little critters.

    I have a quite good immune system too.

  • Lim Lynn

    Could the food safety inspectors in fact contaminated the cheese samples?

  • Atticus Dogsbody

    I’ll give you my tainted cheese when you pry it from my cold dead hands!

    Hey, does anybody know if painful joints are a symptom of anything?

  • RioSam

    Sounds like the Commie government is alive an well and doing what they do best………..DESTROY!

  • Lim Lynn

    It’s weird why the owner of the dairy product Morningland Dairy in Missouri didn’t have a video showing food safety inspectors how they take a cheese samples.

  • Lim Lynn

    @Atticus Dogsbody
    Arthritis painful joints eh? Wear and tears finger joints for elderly.

  • pasta65

    I think it is time to water the tree of liberty with some nasty bacteria infected cheese.

  • Lim Lynn

    pasta65
    Actually we should test tainted cheese on Traitor in Chief’s skin treatment since the flies love him.

  • Tom

    As America continues its spiral into the abyss, it will be ever more difficult for the jack-booted thugs to pretend that they represent the people and are anything other than the tyrants they are.

    The truth cannot be avoided or suppressed indefinitely. The masks will be ripped away. It’s a law of nature — like gravity.

    America is dead. The past cannot be reclaimed; the future cannot be avoided. We must press on, working and hoping that, someday, our grandchildren and great-grandchildren will know the freedom that our grandfathers and great-grandfathers knew.

  • Edward Dunsel

    Since April 2010, FDA has sent inspectors to more than 100 cheesemaking facilities, including both large and small cheesemakers. During those inspections, Listeria was found in the production facilities of 24 cheesemakers, more than half of which were considered to be small, artisan-scale operations.

    After performing tests on the Morningland Dairy cheeses that had been distributed to the California retailer, officials from the California Department of Food and Agriculture announced that some of the samples contained trace amounts of Listeria monocytogenes and Staphylococcus aureus. Missouri state officials were notified of the contamination found in the company’s products.

    The seizure at Rawesome Foods and subsequent test results prompted Morningland Dairy to issue a nationwide voluntary recall of 68,957 pounds of raw milk cheese in late August. Nine varieties of raw cow milk cheese and seven varieties of raw goat milk cheese under the company’s Morningland Dairy and Ozark Hills Farm labels were subject to the recall.

    […]

    After Morningland Dairy conducted the recall, 14 samples of Morningland Dairy’s cheese were sent to a St. Louis laboratory to be tested. Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster and Missouri’s State Milk Board reported that all 14 samples tested positive for Staphylococcus aureus and 6 of the samples tested positive for lLsteria monocytogenes.

    On Oct. 1, Missouri’s State Milk Board condemned all the company’s cheese products manufactured between Jan. 1 and Aug. 26 and ordered them destroyed; however, Morningland Dairy objected to the destruction, disputing the allegations that their cheeses were contaminated. The company refused to obey the Board’s order because it would result in the loss of eight months of work, as well as approximately $250,000.

    […]

    Judge David Dunlap, currently presiding over the Morningland bench trial, heard testimony on Jan. 11 from several witnesses for the state, including Gene Wiseman, executive secretary of the Missouri State Milk Board, Don Falls, an environmental specialist with Missouri State Milk Board and inspector of Morningland Dairy plant, and Sara Blamey, senior microbiologist and laboratory manager for Microbe Inotech Laboratories in St. Louis.

    During her examination, Blamey testified that she had conducted tests on samples of cheese sent by Morningland at the end of August. She informed the court and confirmed her previous report that all of the 14 samples tested were positive for Staphylococcus aureus and 6 were positive for Listeria monocytogenes.

    In addition, the state presented testimony from its expert on microbiology and food safety, Dr. Joseph Franks. He discussed the various sources for contamination of the Morningland cheeses and concluded that “the most likely place was at the animal level.”

  • shadow

    First they came for the Jews infected cheese and I did not speak out because I was not a Jew did not produce infected cheese. /sarc

  • I really hope a lot of the comments here are sarcasm otherwise Darwin is going to be working overtime to weed out a lot of you people.

  • Sandy

    What a powerful video this is — we are watching as the authorities heads bowed state that they are just doing their jobs. But whose job is it to destroy the mom and pop businesses on which this nation was built? Jesus wept…

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  • Lim Lynn

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzqWdRpRUTM
    Nestle Pizza had trans fat carcinogen cancer causing 5 Million Class action lawsuit.

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  • Gary Crittenden

    Where are the Missourians Frank and Jesse James when we need them??

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