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Judge penalizes hog producer for fish kill in Iowa

Sept. 20, 2012 | 0 comments

A Clay County judge has ordered a northwest Iowa hog producer to pay a $15,000 penalty.

The fine was for an illegal manure application last year that led to a fish kill.

The civil penalty was assessed against Bruce Click, who owns and operates a 4,000-hog operation in Peterson, for applying the manure last September.

Authorities say the manure flowed into a tributary of the Little Sioux River, resulting in water quality standard violations and a fish kill.

In the consent decree, Click admitted to the violations and agreed to the penalty and a permanent injunction against further violations.

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