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Discussion Board - Re: Manure ordor

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Tony W

09-16-2012 13:38:09

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The pen has been 400 feet from her house for the last 6 years and never a comment before. The alfalfa field is 100 feet east and is where manure has been put for the same amount of time. The pile that is in the pen is not what smells, it is the fresh piles laid today and she does not like that. The pile is in the pen so the cows can get up out of any mud when it rains. I can not control that aspect. The alfalfa field is only three feet form the pen so any run off is in the field and going away from here house. I got a good deal on the cows so bought 4 380 pound and two buckets in March, which are in there also. Two will be leaving us soon for the dinner table. Yes small pen but the alfalfa feeds all just right.

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Teddy (punchie)

09-16-2012 19:35:43

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 Re: Manure ordor in reply to Tony W, 09-16-2012 13:38:09  
Talk to her ask her if she can think of a way to fix it.

Keep her in the loop if you and her can talk it out. I think she may think you are doing something to make it smell worse. Make sure she knows you are try to be a good neighbor.

Plus that you posted online ask for advise. I think she will just say, well it is what it is the smell of cows and we are in the country. Try spreading before a rain better for the ground and smell.

Like me if I burn I'm on a farm and can burn anytime but why would I burn if I know my neighbor trying to dry clothes on a line or if it is nice and there windows are all open. I look at it as be a good neighbor. Make too many mad and then they go to a township meeting and ask to change the laws. Be neighborly if you can.

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