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First thing I would check would be the civic code in your local state and/or community. That said, I located information from NC State university that talks about using manure in the ground for farming. Issue 18 below in the link gives a good explanation on this very topic: http://www.bae.ncsu.edu/programs/extension/manure/awm/program/barker/questions/q_doc.html
Issue 19 and 20 also explain the do's and don't of manure farming.
Thank you. They are bringing load after load and the smell is repulsive. I always thought it had to be aged and at that point it no longer smelled. Anyway, I will take a look at the link.
Sorry about the smell as I would think that if that continued that you can contact the local civic government to let them know about the smell.
There must be something in the books on smell in the air.
Maybe, but we are really rural. I'll see what I can do. Thanks!