Confined feeding rules proposed

Jackson County commissioners and the county plan commission shared information and ideas this week aimed at shaping regulations of large livestock farms.

Recommendations outlined by Commissioner Tom Joray include requiring that confined animal feeding operations be at least:

1,500 feet from any public water supply and 300 feet from a well.

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