Supporters say operations increase efficiency; neighbors raise some concerns




HANCOCK COUNTY — In a bid to increase efficiency and modernize production, a Hancock County farmer has received approval for a confined feeding operation for up to 4,000 hogs.

On May 21, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, which reviews, approves and regulates CFOs, approved a CFO application submitted by Lloyd Arthur of Arthur’s Inc. to construct two animal barns at approximately 1500 E. CR 300S in Brandywine Township.

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