Here is a link to the Weston A. Price’s coverage of Mark Nolt’s case. It has a lot of information, but it shows how the Pennsylvania laws are making it more and more difficult for small farmers, even those whose families have been farming and selling privately for years.

Imagine the position of Mrs. Nolt, enduring the sight of her husband carried away in the back seat of a police cruiser. The officers refused to tell her where they were taking him. Then she and her ten children had to stand by once again while the officers went through their cheese shop and store, taking food meant to feed many families, including their own. Fortunately, Mark was released after the hearing, and he returned to the farm on foot rather than accept a ride in a police car. (Weston A. Price)

Luckily, Mark knows his rights and will be seeing to it that those rights are upheld. He also has the support of many of his customers and raw milk activists who are giving PA milk regulators an ear full!

Mark and friends standing outside the court house