Dairy farmer charged after allegedly threatening inspector

 Resize text         Printer-friendly version of this article Printer-friendly version of this article

One Iowa farmer found out the hard way that threatening a dairy inspector can have serious consequences.

According to the Quad-City Times, Alfred Thoma has been charged with second-degree harassment after allegedly threatening to kill a state dairy inspector earlier this year and throw his body into the ditch.  

It allegedly occurred during a routine inspection at the Thoma dairy near LaMotte, Iowa. Click here to read more.



Comments (0) Leave a comment 

Name
e-Mail (required)
Location

Comment:

characters left


6D Series

John Deere offers four models in its economical 6D Series Tractor lineup: the 105 horsepower 6105D, 115 horsepower 6115D; 130 ... Read More

View all Products in this segment

View All Buyers Guides

)
Feedback Form
Leads to Insight