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Kristen Canty

Special Guest

Biography:

Kristin Canty is the director/producer of Farmageddon; The Unseen War on American Family Farms. She is a first-time film maker, small farm advocate, fresh milk drinker and a mom. One of her children was ridden with multiple allergies and asthma as a pre-schooler, and when medications couldn’t help him, she found that raw milk helped him recover.

Since then, she has tried to buy most of her family’s food directly from local, organic farms. When Kristin learned that farmers and co-ops all over the country were increasingly getting raided by the government, she set out to make a film about it. She hopes that when people see it, it can change the tide of public pressure so that our government stops harassing and adding costly burdens to our small, organic farmers. Kristin lives in Concord, Massachusetts with her husband, four children, two dogs , two cats and 11 chickens.

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Farmageddon

Producer of the new documentary, Farmageddon, and family farm advocate, Kristin Canty, joined Ian Punnett (Twitter) for a discussion on how small family farms that were providing safe, healthy foods to their communities have been forced to stop, sometimes through violent action, by agents of misguided government bureaucracies. In the first hour, investigative reporter Russ Baker talked about... More »

Host: Ian Punnett
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