Portland, Oregon 2021-04-30 22:46:55 –
(NEXSTAR) – Well, this stinks. Homeowners in Michigan say they’re fed up with the smell of “poop walls” that their neighbors are building near their homes.
Wayne Lumbers of Lori Township claims that his neighbor, a farmer, began building walls with cow dung sometime last year after a dispute over the land boundaries that divide the land. Fox 2 Detroit Report.
Prior to the controversy, Lambert says his neighbors will spread fertilizer on his own farmland. But now fertilizer is incorporated into a 250-foot-long dung-based partition.
Currently, Lambert and his neighbors are not the only ones involved in the stinky crossfire. Lambert has two residents living in his house, both tired of the sights and smells of peasant dung fences, they told Fox 2 Detroit.
Unfortunately, local civil servants do not have any good news for Lambert. As long as the fertilizer remains in the property of the neighbor, Lambert can’t do much about it.
Farmers, on the other hand, don’t seem to care what Lambert and his tenants think about his poop wall. He wants to stop them calling it the “poop wall”.
“It’s not a poop wall,” he said when asked about fertilizer, Fox 2 Detroit reports. “It’s a compost fence.”
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