denise dixon, morningland dairy, february 4, 2013
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. At least not to agents of the State of Missouri, but the People of Missouri generally hold a different opinion.

“Admittedly,” says Denise, “some of the tactics employed and the characterization of us running a “filthy” facility with “diseased animals” stunned us, but our Father is still in charge, and our hope is not in justice being served in man’s system.”

The End is Near

After exhausting all appeals, the cheese, still being kept cool in the refrigerator at Morningland Dairy, is set to be fully destroyed by the agents of the State, the Missouri Milk Board, on January 25th, 2013.

Two and a half years later, one could reasonably argue that the untended cheese has already been destroyed, and to some extent, that would be accurate. Just imagine that you close your refrigerator door and don’t get permission to look into it for 2 ½ years. How would that look to you? While pickles or olives might still be alright, it is highly likely that your dairy products would be a little bit off after such neglect, right?

Denise Dixon said, “After 6 months, the Colby was already gone, and that was about one fourth of the total cheese inventory. After not tending to it, no turning, no repackaging, no monitoring, at least half the cheddar has been ruined. The destruction has already taken place. Our family business, our livelihood, and our ability to provide people with living, positive food has been destroyed.”


Morningland’s Cooler Now

The Missouri Milk Board has ordered two dumpsters to be delivered to Morningland Dairy. So the cheese, which is “not fit for dog food”, will be put into dumpsters and delivered to a landfill to be consumed by wildlife which evidently are immune to the pathogens feared to be present.
Morningland Dairy will never be in business again.

No offer has been made by the Milk Board to prescribe the conditions that would need to be met by the operators to allow them to resume business. The Judge presiding over the case originally did write a regulatory prescription from the bench that was completely implausible for anyone to meet. It included a requirement to insure that no milking animal had bacteria indicative of potential mastitis at all prior to milking the animal.

To put that one judicial regulation into perspective, allow me to draw a parallel for those unfamiliar with milking animals. You milk twice a day, every day. The milk is “commingled” into one tank. So, imagine this….before sending your child to school, you must take a nasal swab and have it cultured to ensure that your child is not harboring a potential bacterial infection before boarding the bus. You would have to pay for this lab technician to be present every morning and for the tests. When your child came home in the afternoon, the same process would be repeated. You would have the immense pleasure of paying for this and keeping the records to validate the bacterial level present at each measuring.

While the scenario imagined above may not be literally impossible, it is certainly improbable, and it would be impossible to have any profit above the cost of production in such a scenario. But that wasn’t all that this judge set forth as regulation for Morningland from behind the bench, with no comprehension of dairy production or cheesemaking. The other prescriptions the judge made would have cost more than $100,000 in hard costs, with additional continuing costs for excessive testing during the cheesemaking process. He also still required the destruction of all cheese in the cooler, not allowing any batches to be cleared through testing. Additionally, the Missouri Milk Board never indicated that they would accept Morningland returning to production even if they did comply with the Judge Dunlap’s outlandish prescriptions.

The Missouri Milk Board nor the FDA have offered any process by which Morningland might be allowed to resume business and the courts have seemingly upheld Judge Dunlap’s regulating from the bench.

The Battle Is Over

Joseph and Denise Dixon of Morningland Dairy have given everything to this fight. Battling the State wasn’t really about them at all, but about our nation, our freedom, and our ability to choose food for ourselves and for our families that is truly nourishing and real. They held nothing back, but finally, the repeated systemic attacks have run their full course, and the dreams, hopes and labors of love poured into Morningland have succumbed.

As Joseph Dixon has summarized, “The state of Missouri has 6 million people from whom they draw tribute (taxes), from which they could fight us. To fight them, we had 65 cows. And the truth never seemed even to be a consideration, let alone a goal.”



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'Denise Dixon of Morningland Dairy – Destroying the Family Farm – February 4, 2013' have 3 comments

  1. February 4, 2013 @ 6:12 pm Bernard

    This is really heartbreaking… Do these Feds, wake up every morning and say “Let’s do some Evil today!”?

    No goodhearted civilized people would do this to their fellow human beings!

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  2. February 19, 2013 @ 12:18 pm american all the way.

    these people will destroy everything! thats what its about! the water you drink, the air you breath, the food you need! any business thats out of their control in daily operations is their target! total commy control , its happening right now in front of your eyes. the missing stimlus money is behind these commys to buy anyone that gets in their way. look at congress the country is falling apart and what do they do, they pass laws to have woman fight in the military, gays in the military,gays in the boy scouts. wheres the countrys budget? where’s a jobs bill? this is what they want, they want you broke,sick, and too weak to fight back. they want you on food stamps to control your life,then they own you. the bolshvicks that flipped russia are now flipping america thats why they want your guns.look at the names of everyone in a position of power at any level, their all from the same country.when americans let them take GOD from america’s class rooms ,that was the start!

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  3. February 22, 2013 @ 9:13 pm This has nothing to do with God

    This has nothing to do with taking God out of the classrooms…think people. This has everything to do with big business, and sadly they have the right telling you to continue to support these morons who are lining their pockets with YOUR VOTES. It is companies like Monsanto who are MONOPOLIZING THE FARMERS in every way. God is everywhere all day long, so quit supporting people who profess to know what God wants and start supporting AMERICANS. God isn’t sending our jobs overseas, your fellow Americans (I use this term loosely) are! Wake up, and quit being so manipulated and misguided.

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