Minnesota farmer facing more charges over selling raw milk
GAYLORD, Minn. — A Minnesota farmer is accused of violating his probation by selling unpasteurized milk.
Prosecutors say Michael Hartmann is once again facing charges of selling raw milk in his long-running legal battle over state regulations.
KEYC-TV says the 59-year-old rural Gibbon farmer is charged with selling raw milk, improper food labeling and selling produce without a license. Hartmann was fined $585 last year and placed on probation after pleading guilty to two misdemeanors in an agreement with prosecutors.