A free society would allow farmers and homesteaders to sell their products to their neighbors (near and far), without government regulation and interference. Loving our neighbors includes providing them with healthy food options. Local farmer Amos Miller is just one example of someone being targeted by the government because his customers prefer his food over federally “approved” meat, often from multi-billion-dollar meat operations.
To learn more about the Amos Miller story, read the following articles from The Lancaster Patriot:
August 11, 2022: Miller’s Organic Farm: Fighting for Sustainability by Michael Yoder
August 12, 2022 (Editorial): The Nanny State Will Tell You What to Eat by Chris Hume
August 23, 2022: Amos Miller Seeks Compromise on Farm Case as Tucker Carlson Takes Up His Struggle by Michael Yoder
August 31, 2022: Donations for Amos Miller Pour in As Lawyers Seek a Compromise by Michael Yoder
September 7, 2022: Court Dismisses One Case in Amos Miller Saga as Another Proceeds by Michael Yoder
September 8, 2022 (Editorial): An Assault on Loving Neighbor: The Case of Amos Miller by Chris Hume
September 23, 2022: Amos Miller Adds Robert Barnes to Legal Team, Sept. 26 Hearing Postponed by Michael Yoder
October 6, 2022: Robert Barnes Cites Bodily Autonomy in Amos Miller Case, Says Case Could Go Before SCOTUS by Michael Yoder
October 26, 2022: Amos Miller Hearing Postponed, Former Lawyer Withdraws by Michael Yoder
December 23, 2022: Amos Miller Reaches Deal in Second Consent Decree by Michael Yoder
On August 24, local pastor Joel Saint joined The Lancaster Patriot managing editor Chris Hume to discuss the Amos Miller story.
To donate to Miller’s Organic Farm: click here.
Please consider contacting your elected officials and urge them to support and defend Amos Miller’s right to sell food to his private buying club members.