How to start the New Year off all wrong!

 

 January 17, 2019 – Here’s what’s happening in Michigan’s Winter Wonderland.  Fluffy snow, lakes and ponds freezing over.  Used to be time for winter outdoor fun.  Not so much any more here, unless you like being slathered in livestock sewage.Bakerlad_20190117A

Putrid stench for miles around.  Bakerlads stockpiling manure on frozen, snow-covered ground. Besides what’s in the photo, there were 4 semi’s lined up to enter the field to dump solids at around 5 p.m. on January 17.  South side of Beecher Rd. between Hughes and Morey Hwys., Hudson Twp.  South Branch, Raisin River.  Major snow followed this crap-blizzard.

MSU’s Enviro Impact Tool says this about conditions here:

High risk of runoff from Jan. 18 through Jan. 24 on this chart

20190117CSoil temp at 2” depth <32

 

20190117BLooks like somebody needs some help finding the tool, or else this is flat-out sewage dumping.  Either way, it’s horrible for the environment.

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