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CAFO neighbors' properties retain value, go up, Floyd County assessor's data says

By Chris Baldus | news@northcedarreports.com

CHARLES CITY — She apologized for the tears. 

“I’m just so upset,” Deanna Friederich said. “Neighbors just don’t do this to neighbors. 778 more words

Floyd County

Floyd County rejects establishing local CAFO worker safety standards 

CHARLES CITY — A resolution to set some worker safety standards for confined animal feeding operations in Floyd County failed to pass at Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting. 961 more words

Floyd County

CAFOs, Cocker Spaniels, and Antibiotic Resistance

I had an excellent conversation this weekend with a gentleman that had some very good questions about a variety of animal agriculture topics, including Confined Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs). 1,028 more words


Proposed Oregon mega-dairy wins key permit

A controversial mega-dairy proposed for Eastern Oregon has won state approval for its plan to manage the 187 million gallons of manure it will produce each year. 7 more words

Statesman Journal

Floyd County asks DNR to investigate Rudd hog confinement 

CHARLES CITY — Whether a hog confinement building was put up too close to a neighbor’s wells in Rudd Township is a question for the Iowa Department of Natural Resources to answer, the Floyd County Board decided Tuesday morning. 213 more words

Floyd County

Weekly Legislative Update

Dakota Rural Action Weekly Legislative Update

We’re closing in on the final stretch of session, which means it’s more important than ever to pay attention to what’s happening in Pierre. 869 more words

Legislative Update

ACTION ALERT: Protect Your Right to Appeal CAFO Siting Decisions

HB 1187 may have dire implications for those fighting CAFO sitings and other unwanted developments that negatively impact family farms, homes, and communities. It was scheduled today, and is being heard in the House Local Government Committee TOMORROW (Thursday, 2/16) at 10am in Room 414 at the Capitol. 197 more words

Action Alert