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The Role of the Odor Footprint Tool in Livestock Nuisance Litigation (Jan. 21, 2021 Webinar)

The Role of the Odor Footprint Tool in Livestock Nuisance Litigation (Jan. 21, 2021 Webinar)
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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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