Ohio is home to around 11 and a half million people. But we’re also home to about 90 million chickens, more than a million beef and dairy cattle, a couple million pigs and a bunch of sheep, goats, rabbits and assorted other food animals. With people and critters so close to one another, the potential for problems is big including water quality, noise, odor and infrastructure challenges abound. On this episode of Town Hall Ohio, we talk about protecting Ohioans and preserving animal agriculture.
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