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Hog farm nuisance verdict could set 'disastrous' precedent, ag groups warn

Argue state law precludes award

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A "disastrous" precedent could be set for nuisance cases involving farms across the country if a federal appeals court does not overturn a $50 million verdict in a case involving a North Carolina hog farm, according to a coalition of ag groups.


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