Want more access to local meat? We need your help!

On this special time-sensitive episode of the Thriving Farmer Podcast, Michael is joined by Pete Kennedy of the Weston A. Price Foundation. Pete is sharing about the PRIME Act which is an important piece of legislation that will empower states to decide their meat inspection protocols. The ultimate aim? Making local meat procurement simpler and cost-effective. 

Tune in today to hear how you can help small farmers to push this PRIME Act through with this year’s Farm Bill.

We’re encouraging all of our US listeners to make three calls – one to your Representative and a call to each of your Senators. Mention your support for H.R. 2814 and Senate bill is S.907 respectively. 

In this episode, you’ll hear…

  • About Pete’s background with Weston A Price Foundation 1:23
  • What the state of meat processing is like right now in the US 2:12
  • More about what the Prime Act is 10:38
  • How you can help make this Prime Act pass 12:45

Take Action!

Call today! The deadline to add this to the farm bill is soon and we need your voice to push for more co-sponsors to get this added to the 2023 Farm Bill. The U.S. food system needs reform, and while no solution is perfect, the Prime Act takes a significant step forward. Carve out a few minutes, connect with your elected officials, and champion the cause of affordable local meat.

Tell Congressmen to Cosponsor the PRIME Act 

Find your Representative and urge them to co-sponsor the bill! The bill number is H.R. 2814.

Find your Senator and press for their support. The bill number is S.907.

About the Guest:

Pete Kennedy is an attorney and served as president of the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund. He has assisted and represented dairy farmers facing possible enforcement action in various states as well as helped others to get started in the business of distributing raw dairy products. Pete compiled the state raw milk law summaries posted at www.realmilk.com and has since written articles for Wise Traditions on raw milk distribution.