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Hog odor dispute costs students their jobs


August 15, 2011
By The Kansas City Star

August 11, 2011 – Five Truman State University students thought they had found some pretty unusual summer jobs.

August 11, 2011 – Five Truman State University students thought they had found some pretty unusual summer jobs.

They would respond to complaints about pig manure and urine odors from residents near several Premium Standard Farms operations in northern Missouri. As odor investigators, the agriculture-science students would sniff the odors with scientific equipment and record the results.

But at the last minute, those jobs got caught up in the long-running brouhaha involving Premium Standard Farms (PSF), state legislators and Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster — and they were cut.

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