Time to be proactive on chicken farms
FROM: LINDA HUNT NORTH EAST
In response to the Whig’s Aug. 29 editorial on the chicken factor y controversy, let me answer the question posed, “What does this say to future employers?”
Doing nothing says, “Hey come on in. You say you might contaminate wells or pollute? We will worr y about that later.”
Cecil County this is our chance to be proactive not reactive. We need more information, more science to either back up Perdue’s claims or disprove them. Don’ let this become a cleanup issue later, get it right now.
If these CAFOs are tr uly good clean neighbors, then they should embrace a little more fact finding.