Stench Alerts 2016
"A Good Neighbor increases the Value of your Property" (Nebraska Czech)
Unless you live in Lenawee County!
Hartland Farms "Free" Waste Disposal
As reported: "Truly nauseating, hair and clothing clinging stench from manure lagoon
solids first stockpiled and then spread on Merilatt fields by Hartland
Farms the last few days. I visited Cadmus today and could hardly...
Resident Reports Spreading of Filth in Pittsford Township, MI (Hillsdale County) 10/10/16
Tankers coming and going from Milk Source' Hudson Dairy (verified by following tankers back to Hudson Dairy) every 2 - 4 minutes from 2pm on way to Hudson until well into evening. 3 tankers at a time were observed on the field between Nye and Elm at 2pm. Continual draglining...
The Stench from Hartland Farms applying liquid waste on 9/1/2016 is dangerous for pregnant women, elderly and residents trying to breathe, particularly those with respiratory challenges. Today's waste application is on Hay field, Northwest corner of Beecher and Henning Highway. Wind gusts 14 mph, NNE.[caption id="attachment_1983" align="aligncenter" width="1024"]Read More
Locals Closing Windows: Suffering in Heat as tankers haul CAFOs' waste in Lenawee & Hillsdale Counties, Michigan
If you live nearby any of the locations listed below, monitor your family's health as Hydrogen Sulfide & Ammonia exposure are dangerous. Seek Medical Attention immediately if you have any of these symptoms (Agency for Toxic Substances).
Locations of tankers hauling to fields for waste application:
On August...Read More
H2S Levels in Outdoor Air Detected at Danger Levels Exceeding OSHA Worker Safety
Air monitoring equipment detected Hydrogen sulfide levels measured outdoors on the morning of 6/2/16 of 33,110 ppb. These levels in Lenawee County, Michigan exceeded US Army Corp of Engineers Permissible Exposure Levels on 6/2/16. Breathing at these high levels are considered dangerous.
Ambient air concentrations due to natural sources are...
Emissions exceed EPA & CDC guidelines
Air Pollution at exceedingly high levels
Memorial Day Weekend was a toxic one for rural areas of Lenawee County, Michigan. Hydrogen Sulfide Emissions jumped from 1800 ppm to 5870 ppb (Parts per billion) after CAFO waste was spread on adjacent land. This is over 82 times the Acute level of exposure (See image below). Generally, outdoor areas that are not exposed to...Read More
Action: Michigan DEQ must begin monitoring Air Quality in South Central Michigan in the interest of protecting public health.
These levels dramatically exceed the Science Advisory Board (SAB) recommended proposed Ambient...Read More
Lenawee Warning - Dangerous Health Impacts after Manure Application
Manure waste applications by Hartland Farms in the last week has led to nearby Lenawee County neighbor visiting physician and receiving cephalosporin antibiotics to treat bacterial infections.
Symptoms of exposure to this waste are:
Earache both ears
Please seek medical treatment if you are experiencing...
Toxic Levels of H2S = Danger for Lenawee Families
On 5/20/2016,...Read More
Manure Stench continues on Lord's Day
Sunday. The traditional day of rest here in Lenawee County. No rest, no peace, for our friends and neighbors in Seneca Township in the vicinity of Seneca Hwy., Ridgeville and Wolfe Rds. This is the Sabbath Day, but the ungodly stench that these good people are forced to endure is clearly not "heaven-scent".[caption id="attachment_1839" align="aligncenter"... Read More