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Senior Advisor

Re: Can Activist Groups Use Drones to Spy on Farmers?

Seems the environment scientists have the " sound science " that plays political tunes although most agree high phosphate effluent and aquatic life in streams are not sustainable for both ---    

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Re: Can Activist Groups Use Drones to Spy on Farmers?

The ones I associate work mostly for the state or EPA....so why would they lie to me?
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Re: Can Activist Groups Use Drones to Spy on Farmers?

I have asked the same question about the 159ppm nitrate in the feedlot mont well from state guys here - and I ask my self after 5 years the same as your last " seven" words ---kind of like why do they wear hearing protection when feeding sows in gestation crates =oh I forgot livestock friendly ---

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Re: Can Activist Groups Use Drones to Spy on Farmers?

My integrator has been proactive in phasing out gestation crates. It was the right thing to do.

It also has done the isotopic research that proves water quality issues are not originated in swine production manure management. No smoking gun....

Which matter is your issue du jour?
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Re: Can Activist Groups Use Drones to Spy on Farmers?

Dr. Roy Spalding from University of Nebraska is the isotope specialist around here and he has determined on my samples several years back the test was "inconclusive"---the test has no way of determining the ingredient of n15 being organic or inorganic of which I find interesting ---near the feedlot 100 + readings with "elevated chlorides"  which are prevalent in cattle urine and less than a mile away under 10 - you tell me the reason --- the nod of regulation is likely brought on by an action or inaction of someone or the disregard of common sense --- I have no connection with any group of the afore mention or will in the future--- "sounds like science" seems to lean on the crutch of sound science to a disgraceful state of disrespect ---drone technology will be a science applied to most US citizens like it or not with a portion personal and states rights being diluted along the way --- the  gentleman from Cargill said recently the duty of responsibility is an interesting statement from rural roads thru to the beltway and put some clarification on the word exemption ---  

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Re: Can Activist Groups Use Drones to Spy on Farmers?

If I could even remotely follow your logic to some lucent point, I could try to respond. Frankly, that was such a jumbled ball of string, i cannot pick up a thread and follow it far enough to start. Punctuation marks might help, for starters.
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Re: Can Activist Groups Use Drones to Spy on Farmers?

Ask your isotope science friends to explain it for you ---

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Re: Can Activist Groups Use Drones to Spy on Farmers?

I would be glad to, but the ones I would refer it to right off would have even less patience with that rant than I do.
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Re: Can Activist Groups Use Drones to Spy on Farmers?

Seems interesting you call it a rant Kaye and I wish the facts were less disturbing  ---   The Nebraska DEQ requisted the mont. wells in 2006 that was a decision made by them and not me or any activist group  --- Reality being I get an interesting look from the grand children when they ask why we can't drink from the garden hose ?     

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