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Like -- these days Marley stuff the notes believes the best food.
Local food the question for you -- -- how to grow locally when there are now so many regulations.
It's tough to grow local when the regulations -- cue from growing write your own backyard.
Last year stops and I was I was raising eight pigs on our 139.
Acre farm and -- from Massachusetts.
Then the local board of health stabbed him.
She says they put up so many roadblocks she eventually had to get whatever pigs.
Even though there's been livestock on this farm for over 200 years.
She says local rules and regulations will eventually put an end.
The local farming.
Your family has been farming here for three generations.
What's gonna happen.
And fortunately it's gonna put us out of business this municipal attorney calls that hogwash.
Claiming regulations are necessary.
Whenever you're raising animals.
It's either -- people -- -- and people living right next -- wait a second ought to these are eight pigs on a 139.
Are we over regulated when you can't raise it.
Eight kids on 130 not listening they can at least to take what we're saying is if you're gonna raise the -- we want you to maintain certain standards so that everyone's health and safety is secure.
The board of health says they are only concerned with maintaining people's health and safety.
What do you say -- that.
Pigs -- -- risk anybody's -- the over regulation.
Of -- pigs is the health problems that we won't be able to grow food if they keep over regulating.
That's a -- says local foods are always more healthy than processed foods in April massachusetts' Douglas Kennedy.
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