Pig Urine and Feces Excrement Ok’d for Air Discharge

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In North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper vetoed House Bill 467. The bill weakens homeowner rights to sue pig farms via nuisance lawsuits while strengthening corporate hog industry rights. The Republican led House and Senate overrode the governor’s veto to the delight of the hog farm industry while disappointing thousands of homeowners.   

In a press statement several senators said I don’t live near pig farms but when I go near one I never smell anything. It might be because their windows are rolled up & they’re on crack? During the press conference a homeowner asked what am I supposed to do with the pig waste on my property? When a Senator said why would you have pig waste on your property?

The home owner said let me explain the process, “feces and urine are combined and liquefied then sprayed on fields using a combination of irrigation and large sprinkler systems.” The wind carries this excrement for miles landing on homeowner’s cars, houses, food, pets and when windows are open inside the homes of residences as well.

At this point the Senator said, look Obamacare provides masks and toilet paper, we’re just trying to make America great again, and so what’s the problem? Also, think of this as a business opportunity, many people will be willing to buy gas masks, pay for excrement and fumigation clean up. I suggest you get started now. More can be found at http://www.ncleg.net/Sessions/2017/Bills/House/PDF/H467v4.pdf and at http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/gascripts/BillLookUp/BillLookUp.pl?Session=2017&BillID=h467