MD’s poultry litter measure seen only adding more regulation

 Salisbury Independent
March 09, 2016
By Salisbury Independent

March 9, 2016, Salisbury, MD – Calling the Poultry Litter Management Act “a solution in search of a problem,” Delegate Mary Beth Carozza is opposing it because, she said, it would “add another layer of unnecessary regulations.”

The bill would require poultry companies to haul away litter – a mixture of bedding and chicken manure — from the property of farmers who grow chickens for them, if the farmers don’t have plans for that litter. Those plans would have to be approved by the state. READ MORE

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