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phillip wrote...
i love the small town way of life.with out farmers will go hungry,we should build in the hill's on the rocky ground and save the valley for farming. that's why we moved to this nice little farming community.~so don't bring the city way of life into this nice town.now look at it?
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kardav wrote...
Farming communities have farmers. With cows & crops. This means you get yummy fresh produce, sometimes beef or milk, & all tastier than trucked in produce from Mexico/Canada/California. In order to give you this great tasting, usually better quality, & sometimes less expensive food source, farmers must deal w/manure - either as a product of animals or for fertilizing crops. Thank you FARMERS!
Sadly, farmers have to deal w/neighbors who move in well after they've established farms & complain.
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karen wrote...
Please try the other side of town and get a whiff of Schunbacklers cows. Makes you wonder if the air you breathe is very unhealthy.
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skchap wrote...
We have noticed this fall and winter that several places have had a very awful smell. We finally realized that it is cabbage, etc. rotting in the fields. It went away when it was really cold, but when the rain starts again, the odor returns. I believe that they grow these near Sasaki Farm. Maybe that is what you have been smelling.
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