The Role of the Odor Footprint Tool in Livestock Nuisance Litigation (Jan. 21, 2021 Webinar)
With Dave Aiken, Professor and Water and Agricultural Law Specialist, UNL Agricultural Economics, and Rick Stowell, Animal Environment Extension Specialist, UNL Animal Science. In a recent Nebraska Supreme Court decision, Egan v. County of Lancaster, the court ruled that a county zoning permit for three poultry barns was justified in part because neighbors would be free of objectionable odors 94% of the time. This webinar explores this decision and the potential role of the odor footprint tool in future livestock nuisance litigation.
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