In western Canada they have Hutterite colonies. they live in a large communal organization, with roughly the same sort of setup. Unlike the traditional view of Amish, they allow modern equipment for farming, and combined with their communal nature have extremely large colonies that take advantage of the economies of scale. I think it’s some variation on Mennonite…
From what I know of their personal life, though, modern conveniences, and frivolous things are not allowed. Local small communities complain that they kill the business; because they would buy cloth wholesale from the big city and make their own dresses, don’t buy consumer goods, etc. They also have a 17th century mentality in that the guys will come into town for shopping, the women do all their heavy lifting and then have to wait in the truck while the guys go into the bar for a quick one… The girls all wear these little black covers over their hair buns and long dresses; but they will wear running shoes, but don’t shave their legs… etc. they speak some variant of high German, IIRC. Education generally stops about grade 8; some colonies are big enough to have a small school (part of the local school board) on the site. The live-in teachers may have internet, but the kids only use it for educational purposes.
Kind of reminds me of that Mormon sect place in Texas that was in the news, except they don’t have plural marriages and AFAIK none of those arranged marriages so the old guys get fresh young meat.
The same problem - kids who yearn for something more expansive or are troublemakers get kicked off the farm with just the clothes on their back and are shunned, and find they have no marketable skills. Like most traditional authoritarian groups, they don’t tolerate dissent and the group in charge has no problem ordering around the rest to keep themselves in charge.