Chicken Farmers to Try Trees to Cut Odors

US - Chicken farmer Sang Park pays to have his poultry houses cleaned three times a year. But his neighbors still complain about the odor from his operation.

"They don't like chicken houses," Park said. "They say they smell bad, but depending on the wind direction and temperature, you can only smell them a couple of hundred feet away."

Resident Darrell McFadden disagreed. He said that on hot summer mornings he regrets moving to the Lower Shore from Baltimore.

"We came here for some fresh air, but we certainly didn't get that," McFadden told The (Salisbury) Daily Times.

Source: Forbes
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