Sadieville : Brook-Lin Jerseys , Linda Stone (owner/operator), (6 miles off I-75 between Lexington and Cincinnati), email: brooklinJerseys@ , web: /brook-lin-jerseys-M13576 or brook- . Linda has an Animal Husbandry/Ag, Dairy degree from the State University of New York, is a retired Vet. tech. and has been milking cows for more than 25 years. The farm and cows have been AWA ( ) for four years. The registered Jersey cows are bred and tested for A2 milk, are outside 24/7 on grass pastures and woods, and milked outside. They feed a limited amount of non-GMO grain ration mix with Crystal Creek’s Organic vitamins and minerals, with flax seed oil added. For additional minerals, Thorvin Kelp and Redmond salt are available free choice. They never feed commercial processed feed, soy, or wheat. Cows are vaccinated and milk is tested regularly. No unnecessary antibiotics are given. Visits welcome; you can pet the calves and try your hand at milking.
We have consulted attorneys and are prepared to take legal action because we are so angry about the situation. I cannot say too much right now about the actual legal steps we are going to take but we feel what MTV are doing with Jersey Shore is outrageous. The use of words like ‘Guidos’ and ‘Guidettes’ is racial stereotyping in the worst possible sense and they are portraying young Italian Americans in the worst possible light. They would not try and get away with the same tactics if it was show full of young African American or Jewish kids so why is it acceptable to portray Italian Americans in this way? There are a lot of young American Italians who serve in the community and the armed services who are ashamed of Jersey Shore and we need to stand-up for them.”