Lynn Utesch

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Cattle farmer in Kewaunee County in northern Wisconsin

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Twenty-five hundred cows produce as much waste as a city the size of Miami; many new, so-called "factory" farms are larger than that.

Is 'Factory Farming' a Danger to Public Health?

Twenty-five hundred cows produce as much waste as a city the size of Miami; many new, so-called "factory" farms are larger than that.

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