Court to Hear Buffalo Citizens on Factory Hog Operation Mon. Feb. 6th


Court to Hear Concerned Citizens of Buffalo, ND vs. ND Health Department on Factory Hog Operation – Monday, February 6

For Immediate Release:
February 2, 2017

Contact: Derrick Braaten #701-221-2911


On Monday, February 6, East Central District Court in Fargo will hear the Concerned Citizens of Buffalo’s legal challenge to the State Health Department permit for a 9,000 hog Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation near the town.


WHO:         Concerned Citizens of Buffalo, North Dakota vs.
North Dakota Department of Health and Rolling Green Family Farms RE, LLP


WHAT:        Oral Arguments in Case # 09-2016-CV-02561


WHEN:        Monday, February 6, 2017 at 9:00 a.m.


WHERE:      East Central Judicial District Court
Cass County Courthouse
211 South 9th Street, Fargo, North Dakota



Prior Articles On This Issue:

INFORUM, September 8, 2016, “Forum editorial: Saying no to factory hog farm”
DICKINSON PRESS, Patrick Springer, September 1, 2016, “Residents seek to block hog farm
planned near Buffalo, ND”
VALLEY NEWS LIVE, Natalie Parsons, August 5, 2016, “Buffalo, ND is one step closer to
neighboring hog farm”
HIGH PLAINS READER, Matthew Musacchia, June 8, 2016, “Citizens of Buffalo still waiting      on hog farm decision”
DAKOTA FREE PRESS, Corey Allen Heidelberger, March 21, 2016 “State-level
   permitting adds secrecy to CAFO plans in ND; Swine poop brings less money; more MRSA?”
INFORUM, Adrian Glass Moore, March 17, 2016, “Buffalo residents threaten lawsuit in clash
over proposed 9,00 hog 
GRAND FORKS HERALD, Patrick Springer, January 25, 2016, “Proposed hog farm ignites
corporate farming debate”


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