- June 15, 2021
-- It seems the USDA is going after easy prey when ordering Pennsylvania farmer Amos Miller of Amos Miller Organic Farm to court this morning 10:00 AM at the Holmes Bldg, 4th Fl, 101 Larry Holmes Dr, Easton, PA to face allegations of contempt because they treat their organic grassfed meat with organic apple cider vinegar instead of the standard GMO citric acid used at USDA slaughterhouses across the country. Even pristine organic grassfed meat is forced to be saturated by multiple shower heads spraying the GMO corn derived citric acid for 30 minutes.
Amos Miller is producing the top 1% food quality in the country but the USDA wants to put him and other small family ranchers out of business because they don't want to PAY to contaminate their meat with dirty USDA slaughterhouse conditions and GMO chemicals. Instead of a potentially far away USDA slaughterhouse, ranchers can use a "cottage service" that is sanitary and can even come right to their farm. The USDA is actively trying to stop legislation called "The Prime Act" that would allow small farmers to use that service.
For someone allergic to GMOs and any toxic substance eating this food means no allergic reaction and a chance to heal with high quality nutrition. That is the reason many sick people turn to Amos Miller for a pure source. They can eat it without any reactions, and if Amos's meat, dairy and other products were so risky, then why are some of the sickest people in the country NOT getting sick from eating the food, but instead thriving and getting stronger and healthier?
Please come to court and support Amos Miller and the people he feeds, as well as our freedom in America to eat food farmer direct that is not processed in a dirty USDA slaughterhouse using GMO acid products to "sterilize meat." The USDA should be doing everything possible to help make small farmers be more competitive including passing "The Prime Act" legislation so they can have an option to process organic animals in a "clean" facility that is close by their farm. For more information call the farm at (717) 556-0672 or (561) 512-7695 or go to their website at: https://amosmillerorganicfarm.com/