Last week, we reported on the giant ‘poop’ bubbles that had arisen from the manure lagoon at Tony Goltstein’s dairy in Winchester, Ind.

The dairy has now deflated the bubbles with a device that allowed for a controlled release of the gas.

Neighbors were concerned, but there was no explosion. Air quality was monitored as the bubbles were deflated and federal-safety standards were met.

Read, “Burst Manure Bubbles Cause Big Stink but No Explosion.”

Source: The Wall Street Journal