“The government is again trying to issue hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines, which would essentially put the farm out of business,” reports indicate, with one calling this “an attack on Amish religious freedom just 150 miles from Washington, D.C.”
To be clear, there is nothing at all illegal about what Miller is doing. He owns and operates his own clean, organic farm and allows private individuals to purchase what he produces via a private food club, this being a constitutionally protected format.
The USDA of course disagrees, as do other three-letter spook agencies that demand total obedience to their tyrannical dictates, or else. In this case, Miller is being told to obey or die, in essence.