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Delicious Creamy 100% Illegal GoatMilk That Is NOT 4 Human Consumption - $1 (Im SERIOUS! Not4 human cnsumptn dammit!!)


Date: 2012-03-12, 6:19PM PDT
Reply to: 4dswm-2899084778@sale.craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

I have some delicious, scrumptuous goat milk. Straight outta the goat. I drink it daily and I can say that it is the BEST milk - cow, goat, or possum - I have ever had. However, I cannot drink all 10 gallons per week of it...therefore, I am forced to sell it as fodder for your livestock.

In accordance with law, I can sell or trade it to you for your use for making cosmetics (the non-swallowable kind), feeding your pets, and making the ever-popular Raw Goat Milk Paint. It's a Thing. Totally Google it. It makes a great exfoliating facial mask due to the lactic acid (do NOT get this anywhere NEAR your MOUTH though or you could be breaking federal law by accidentally swallowing it!!!!! Then what would you do????)

It's not for human consumption so you can never know that it is the creamiest most awesomest milk on the planet. However, if it has this degree of yummerification for humans (for ME - NOT you! Get your OWN goat, Dammit!), think of how much your beloved Shih Tzu (or milk possum) will enjoy it and God knows we all want the best for our pets, am I RIGHT????

Will sell for non-human consumption, as I might add again in case The Milk Police are reading this (you see - I am making a HUGE effort to make sure it is not for human consumption! I am a super awesome and law-abiding citizen!). It's in Quarts - It is $3.75/quart for fresh, $3/quart for frozen (taken out of the goat and frozen within the hour). The frozen is fine but you know how people are sometime. Sigh. Butter and cream are also possibilities. My dog? If you hide her pills in butter? She totally swallows it whole. (Actually, the very funniest (legal) use for illegal raw goat milk butter. Besides THAT. Is to throw them at your dog in little pieces. And right when they think you are throwing butter at them every time, throw them a really horrible pill or something. They gobble the pill up and then look at you - they have no idea you just gave them a Doggy Sudafed or something and not a piece of delicious, savory, creamy, divine Illegal Raw Goats Milk Butter That You Cannot Legally Eat Yourself)

I will also consider trading for things that I actually can legally eat. Like vegetables, fruits, honey, whatever. Or craft items that I am not going to use as food. Such as eggs and dead rabbits. It's for Art.

Hit me up! Milk comes in Fridays!

 


It's for Art. lau.gif

 

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No chickens right now, but between Jamison and Samson I have my hands full anyways!

 

Living our life in Sacramento and planning for our future. It's hard to believe it can get better than this

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It's the shape that makes the breed, and the color that makes the variety.

 

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It's the shape that makes the breed, and the color that makes the variety.

 

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I recently got just enough milk out of one of my goats to put in my tea. That was one of the best cups of tea I have ever had.

We live on a beautiful homestead in Kansas.  We have lots of bantams and standards (many breeds including: EEs, BOs, Speckled Sussexes, Delawares, Silkies, d'Uccles, Cochins, A few home hatched mixes, OEG bantams, and a couple undetermined).  We also have five goats (mixed origin), one dexter heifer, two pigs, and nine ducks.  Life couldn't be much better.

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We live on a beautiful homestead in Kansas.  We have lots of bantams and standards (many breeds including: EEs, BOs, Speckled Sussexes, Delawares, Silkies, d'Uccles, Cochins, A few home hatched mixes, OEG bantams, and a couple undetermined).  We also have five goats (mixed origin), one dexter heifer, two pigs, and nine ducks.  Life couldn't be much better.

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Originally Posted by Silkie Chick View Post

I recently got just enough milk out of one of my goats to put in my tea. That was one of the best cups of tea I have ever had.

No ART??? gig.gif Oh yeah, illegal goats milk, no rabbits were sacrificed! My bad.

Lay down with dogs and you get up with fleas.


Love those Orps!

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Lay down with dogs and you get up with fleas.


Love those Orps!

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It's the shape that makes the breed, and the color that makes the variety.

 

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It's the shape that makes the breed, and the color that makes the variety.

 

  -- -- Spa Days for Chickens -- --

 

 

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I recently got just enough milk out of one of my goats to put in my tea. That was one of the best cups of tea I have ever had.


Tell the milk-police you are pasteurizing it in the tea, before drinking.  Like fingerpaints and play-doh, it's edible art!

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"The problem with internet quotes is it is very difficult to verify their authenticity."  --Abraham Lincoln
Ask your doctor if taking medical advice from the TV is right for you.
Because it is chicken/music related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCq47IkuetU

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Someone tried selling a pair of rabbits, that don't look show quality... for 200$ hide.gif

 

It's the shape that makes the breed, and the color that makes the variety.

 

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It's the shape that makes the breed, and the color that makes the variety.

 

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whoa.. 200 dollars?!?!?!? you sure they didn't mean 20 dollars?

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for we walk by faith not by sight. 

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Jesus is the ONE AND ONLY WAY! that whosever believes in Him, shall not perish, but have everlasting life in Him! With Jesus, In heaven, walking in the streets of gold! 

for we walk by faith not by sight. 

The farm blog: http://crownranchmo.com/WordPress/

 

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I'm sure, I met the lady once, and she rips off mutty NETHERLAND DWARFS, y'know? tiny ears? For 30$ each, and I'm like, well they look like Americans... 

 

It's the shape that makes the breed, and the color that makes the variety.

 

  -- -- Spa Days for Chickens -- --

 

 

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It's the shape that makes the breed, and the color that makes the variety.

 

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Originally Posted by galanie View Post


You read the craigslist ad this refers to, right? There is no Milk Police.

however there are the USDA and the FDA who *do* arrest people for selling raw milk.  and the state of CA has an equavalent agency as well.  and the CDC gets involved too. Farmers are being arrested in CA, WI, PA and other states for selling raw goats milk.  that ad is fun to read, and highly entertaining, but the problems is the seller very well COULD be arrested.

 

Farmer Sharon Ann Palmer and two others were arrested for running an illegal farm that provided unpasteurized goat milk, goat cheese and other products for an unlicensed market, : http://articles.nydailynews.com/2011-08-04/news/29870181_1_farmer-sharon-ann-palmer-goat-cheese-raw-dairy-products

 

Rawsome foods in CA raided for raw dairy products: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/08/03/rawsome-raid-_n_917540.html

 

65 yr old James Stewart arrested for selling raw milk in CA: http://www.sodahead.com/united-states/65-year-old-california-man-arrested-for-selling-raw-milk/question-2516475/

 

Dan Allgyer closed his rural Pennsylvania dairy business after a federal judge sided with the U.S. Food and Drug AdministrationAmish farmer shut down for selling raw milk across state lines: http://usnews.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/02/15/10418406-amish-farmer-targeted-by-fda-raids-shuts-down-raw-milk-business although, note that the farmer didn't transport the milk across state lines, or sell it outside his own state.  people drove across state lines and bought raw milk from him at his farm.  which the fed.gvt is calling interstate commerce, so that makes it a federal violation.

 

if you don't think there's milk police, here's some recommended reading: http://www.farmtoconsumer.org/

 

seriously, you need to think twice before providing raw dairy products of any kind to anyone.  these and many other arrests involve undercover sting operations by federal law enforcement.  there are ads in my area for folks wanting to buy raw milk... I could provide for them, but I don't answer the ads because it could be an undercover op. they are run the same way as ops snagging men looking for prostitutes and people buying drugs. No, I'm not being paranoid. ask the folks who've already been arrested.  or ask the Dollarheits, who were fined $90,000 for selling $500 worth of pet rabbits without a federal license.  http://dailycaller.com/2011/05/24/usda-fines-missouri-family-90k-for-selling-a-few-rabbits-without-a-license/ because pet rabbits are apparently as big a problem as raw milk.

 

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Edited by zzGypsy - 3/13/12 at 7:40pm
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