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EPA Takes to Air to Watch Cow Pies

Bernard83 Wrote: Jun 05, 2012 7:56 AM
In Quebec, Canada the exact same situation exists. Any watercourse has to be fenced off you can't drive through them so bridges have to be built (concrete culverts are not allowed). No tillage within 20 yards of watercourses. Spreading of manure is permitted only at gubmint specified times. Wood cutting has to be permitted by gubmint forestry engineers. Land in Quebec's Green Zone cannot be subdivide or used for anything other than agriculture or forestry. As george says we have the right to pay taxes.
Bernard83 Wrote: Jun 05, 2012 10:39 AM
It's going to happen here as well if we don't put a stop to it.
same10 Wrote: Jun 05, 2012 9:37 AM
Sadly, Canada has become a liberal/progressive country-never thought I'd see the day.

The Environmental Protection Agency declined to answer questions this week as the Omaha World-Herald sought to clarify whether the agency had the legal authority to conduct overflights of cattle operations to determine if cattle are pooping in streams in the Midwest.

I don’t know much about bovine latrine habits, but I’ve been around enough pastures to know that cattle really aren’t that particular.

It seems to me that they let go pretty much wherever they are, stream or no.

So I think I can say with some authority, that, yes, cattle all around the Midwest are indeed pooping in...