Decision on large dairy put on hold

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Cassia County Planning and Zoning commissioners have asked for more information on a proposed 25,000 animal-unit dairy. The commissioners will take up the topic again on July 20.

The proposed Cassia Creek Farms dairy came in front of the commission just two weeks after the group had approved a 30,000-head dairy heifer feedlot. Dairies larger than 10,000 animal units are required to get a special-use permit.

For more details from the South Idaho Press, go to: http://www.southidahopress.com/articles/2006/05/20/news/local/1megadairy.txt

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