10 hours ago
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Now mind you this is for an activity that the county wants us to do -- here's a quote from the article:
"Bailand Farms president Don Bailey said one of the factors holding his company back is the high permitting cost. Every year, he pays about $10,000 for two permits, one for handling solid waste and another for air-quality "
So we skip the fees and regulations and just use our lovely compost on our pastures and gardens directly.
I sure would hate to see what would happen if the county wasn't encouraging composting. Maybe they'd just take us farmers out and shoot us.