IN faces dilemma regulating CAFOs
October 15, 2012 by Indy Star
October 15, 2012 – To agricultural boosters, the increase in CAFOs in Indiana has been a godsend, providing a needed boost to the state’s agricultural economy.
But big animal feeding operations can generate more raw feces than many Indiana towns. Yet the farms don’t have to meet air-quality standards and the can pipe manure from above-ground lagoons or underground tanks and till it into the soil. READ MORE
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