At the end of a yearlong investigation and undercover sting, the federal government is finally taking action to bring down an interstate Amish raw milk operation run by the Rainbow Acres Farm in Pennsylvania. The moo-juice in question is unpasteurized and therefore its interstate sales run afoul of U.S. law. Law-abiding citizens can now go back to safely consuming milk harvested from controlled factory conditions from cows given optimum dosages of hormones and antibiotics.

For more background on raw milk’s devotees and detractors, see John Schwenkler’s 2008 piece on the milk wars.