Friday, February 12, 2016

New Mexico Senate Bill: Don't Like The Smell Of Cow Manure? Too Bad

WOODS NOTE: you would think the broadcast unit of a Land Grant University would be more AG friendly. New Mexico Senate Bill: Don't Like The Smell Of Cow Manure? Too Bad KRWG To folks in rural areas, the smell of cow manure is the smell of money. To new neighbors, the smell might be objectionable and deemed a nuisance. Those smells, along with other sights and sound of the ag industry like crop dusters flying overhead, slow moving tractors on roads and spraying crops would be protected against nuisance claims under SB 72a, sponsored by Senate Majority Leader Stuart Ingle (R), who is identified as a farmer on the New Mexico legislative website. More: http://krwg.org/post/new-mexico-senate-bill-dont-smell-cow-manure-too-bad

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