TF&F Meeting: November 12, 2008

What in the world is a “freeholder”? And what in the world is Tennessee Farmers & Freeholders?

A freeholder is any farmer or other Tennessean who owns and runs his own place. Tennessee Farmers & Freeholders is an organization formed to give a voice to the invisible: Tennessee’s farmers, small businessmen and consumers are often crushed by misguided government policies that favour big business and big agriculture. TF&F aims to fight for consumers who want full and free access to wholesome, locally grown produce, raw milk, and healthy meat and poultry by changing the silly government regulations that stand in their way.

Who should come to the TF&F meeting? Any consumer who wants wholesome, local produce, meat, and milk, and healthy, sustainable local economies.

What will we talk about? How we can change government law, regulation, and policy to remove roadblocks in the way of local farmers and freeholders. This will include initiatives for the next legislative session that you need to support.

Who will talk? Tennessee state representative Frank Niceley, who has led the fight in the legislature against the tyrannical National Animal Identification System (NAIS) and for wholesome, healthy, locally grown and grass fed raw milk.

Join us Wednesday, November 12, 2008, at 7:00pm in the Conference Room of the Best Western at I-65 and Hwy 96 (near Franklin).