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While gubanatorial candidates point fingers over safety in the state, the Michigan Department of Agriculture is taking action! State troopers have seized the dairy products being delivered to co-op members as part of a sting investigating the selling of unpasteurized milk. According to the AANews,
[T]he investigation was touched off last April when a Washtenaw County woman’s three children became sick. She told her doctor she thought they’d become sick from pasteurized milk, but added that she also bought raw milk from the co-op.
While the four months of testing on these illicit bovine secretions have identified no Milk of Mass Destuction, The MDA is quick to point out that this is a safety issue. The investigation has yet to address the fact that as partial owners of the producing animals, the co-op members may legally receive the dairy goods.
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