Please help Montana Jones with the upcoming legal fees for a criminal trial based on her 12 years of caring for and breeding Canada’s endangered heritage sheep. The sheep were massacred on a suspicion they may carry the disease scrapies, which none did. Montana claims that about 40 of her sheep were slaughtered, and that less than 80 of the female sheep are alive in the world today.
FUND MONTANA’S STRUGGLE TO PRESERVE ENDANGERED ANIMALS AND AVOID CRIMINAL CHARGES FOR HER KIND WORK:
WATCH HER VIDEO AND HEAR HER STORY HERE:
Created by Montana Jones on April 21, 2013
Then the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) killed my beautiful ewes and their unborn lambs to find out if they were healthy. They were.
They were also rare and pregnant. Now they are dead.
The CFIA ignored over 5,000 people who signed a petition to stop them . Their policy must change to protect our heritage breeds and heirloom seeds—I need to keep going and ensure they don’t destroy me, my farm or other small farms.
The domino effect since has been devastating, its been a downward spiral from their first raid, and worse with every invasion since. I keep telling myself “There are worse things”, and I hang on.
The CFIA charged myself and raw milk activist farmer Michael Schmidt and 2 others with numerous criminal charges including conspiracy, for allegedly trying to save Canada’s heritage sheep and preserve our country’s agricultural biodiversity.
I barely scraped through winter and now, I face imminent foreclosure and an astonishing $100,000. Dollar legal defense fee for the upcoming criminal trial. I have no income, no transportation, am battling depression and post traumatic stress.
If convicted, I face up to 12 YEARS IN JAIL and fines of $1.5 million.
If I lose the farm—they win. And that is just wrong…another wrong added to the CFIA’s long list of nonsensical wrongs.
It’s not easy to admit, but pride aside—I need help.
Please help spread word of this situation
It’s up to all of us to change any and all unreasonable government policies that harm our environment, control our freedom and rights in real food and farming choices, and destroy our agricultural biodiversity. This uncomfortable chapter of mine is just a detail—I’m not going to lay down just because I’m cold or broke or steamrollered by government. I’m standing up.
People ask me how I can stand all the stress and pressure. I’m not always sure I can. But I hold the thought that what the CFIA has done is so very wrong, and what they continue to do is so very wrong.
Please help me keep my home – help me keep the farm going.
Any help you can offer WILL make a difference!
Why did they kill them?
Read the details on http://ShropshireSheep.org, click the red CFIA tab.
Thank-you and please, please share….”