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North Carolina's noxious pig farms
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25 October 2016
On 25 October 2016 New York Times reported:
In states where hog farmers use waste lagoons, like North Carolina and Illinois, flooding is a serious hazard that may become more frequent as climate change leads to more severe storms. Even under normal conditions, lagoons can produce dangerous gases, noxious smells, and dust containing hog waste. People living near these lagoons are at increased risk of asthma, diarrhea, eye irritation, depression, and other health problems.
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