You think they don't infringe on our rights enough, check this out. Imagine, having to set up a corporation just to buy milk from your neighbor! In states where dairy regulations forbid consumers their constitutional right to purchase raw milk in stores or directly from farmers, consumers are entering into Cow Share or Farm Share agreements with the farmer. In a cow share agreement, consumers pay a farmer a fee for boarding their cow, (or share of a cow), caring for the cow and milking the cow. The cow share owner then obtains (but does not purchase) the milk from his own cow. This arrangement is similar to arrangements of owning a share in a racehorse or a bull. Some states, such as Wisconsin, actually forbid cow share agreements (which represents a further abridgement of our constitutional rights.) In these states, consumers and farmers have set up corporations in which consumers hold non-voting shares. This permits the consumer to obtain raw milk and other products from the farm in which he shares ownership. It is more difficult and more expensive to set up a farm-share program than a cow share program, but this arrangement has the advantage of providing the farmer with more protection.