Federal Agents Invade Pennsylvania Dairy Farm

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Federal agents reportedly invaded a dairy farm in eastern Pennsylvania last week over raw-milk concerns.

“They came in the dark, shining bright flashlights while my family was asleep, keeping me from milking my cows, from my family, from breakfast with my family and from our morning devotions, and alarming my children enough so that the first question they asked my wife was, ‘Is Daddy going to jail?” farmer Dan Allgyer is quoted as saying in an article by WorldNetDaily.

Initially, the agents inspected the milking facilities, then followed up the next day with a written notice that the farmer was engaged in interstate sale of raw milk in violation of the Public Health Services Act, the article said.

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Source: Fox Nation and WorldNetDaily


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