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Farmers with dead livestock on their hands will not be able to get rid of them by sending them to the convenience center in Waddy.
The 109 (solid waste) Board voted Monday no longer to accept dead livestock at its facility on Kings Highway near Waddy. Citing costs to the county and uncertainty about how to deal with potentially diseased animals, the board voted unanimously to bar farmers from bringing in dead livestock.
“I just don't think we should go there,” board chair Don Cubert said.
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