Organic Farm is Seeking $210,000 From a Neighboring Dairy

Last week, the Associated Press reported that, “.

“The Oregonian/OregonLive reports that a lawsuit filed by Simington Gardens claims they had to throw out contaminated winter squash and leafy greens and to shut down the field for four months because of the cows from Rock Ridge Farms…[A]ccording to court documents, cows from Rock Ridge escaped their gated enclosure in April 2014. After several hours they were wrangled back to the dairy, but Simington Gardens says the damage was already done.

“Oregon Tilth organic policies prohibit the use of raw manure on plants intended for eating.”

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