The researchers sought correlations between certain rules, demographics and complaints against CAFOs, hoping to determine the best ways to reduce conflict.
Bartholomew County may try the unusual tactic of a residential property tax deduction to ease tensions between large livestock farms and nearby residents.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management requires operations with more than 300 cattle to get a permit.
A patchwork of rules regulates concentrated animal feeding operations throughout the state. But in White County, they're working to protect their waterways.
Environmental impacts of confined animal feeding operations were discussed at a meeting this week in Columbus, Indiana.
Bartholomew County’s moratorium on CAFOs expired in August, but the issue of zoning has yet to be resolved.
Bartholomew County commissioners hope to reach a happy ending for all sides of the CAFO ordinance, but it proves difficult.
With the government-appointed committee unable to reach agreements on recommendations, independent groups try to influence lawmakers on their own.
A Bartholomew County committee tasked with looking into restrictions on confined feeding operations is making slow progress.
The Jackson County Board of Zoning Appeals is allowing Kyle Broshears to move forward in creating a 4,000-hog feeding operation.