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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

The other side of hog farming near Buffalo River

Posted By on Wed, Jul 29, 2015 at 10:10 AM


I posted the other day a slick piece of video aimed at assuring all of the safety of the C and H Hog Farm in the Buffalo River watershed and its owners' professed commitment to sound practices.

Those on the other side of the issue have a fine video, too, and it's only fair that I share it as well. It was done for the Buffalo River Watershed Alliance.

ALSO SPEAKING OF THE BUFFALO RIVER: Make your plans now. The Buffalo River Coalition plans a Celebrate the Buffalo fall fund-raiser Friday, Oct. 23 in Fayetteville. It's not about hog farming but about celebrating the state's great natural resource. A website is under construction with more details to come.

The event includes a $5 lobby party with cash bar, a dinner, live auction, music and speakers. 

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