Pollution on the farm

Now that we are looking closely at what we have been throwing away, such as things that don’t break down for hundreds or even thousands of years, it’s time the farmers justify their pollution habits. 
Let’s start with manure since it is the most noticeable to our noses. It smells whether it comes from animals or people. The department of environment says,. . .

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