Michigan dairy to appeal permit ruling

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

An attorney for Bustorf Dairy told the Kalamazoo Gazette that his client plans to appeal the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality’s recent denial of a discharge permit for a proposed 2,260-cow dairy in St. Joseph County.

At issue is the proposed farm’s manure handling and whether it will protect environmental quality. The applicant dairy maintains that it can and will operate in an environmentally safe manner. However, a DEQ spokesperson says the department did not get satisfactory assurances from the dairy that ground water and property values would not be harmed.

For more, click here.

Kalamazoo Gazette



Comments (0) Leave a comment 

Name
e-Mail (required)
Location

Comment:

characters left


RB4 Series Balers

The Case IH RB4 series balers, including the RB455 silage baler, consistently build dense round bales, even in varying crop ... Read More

View all Products in this segment

View All Buyers Guides

Feedback Form
Leads to Insight