JFAN is a nonprofit educational foundation composed of rural and town residents, and traditional family farmers. Our common concern is to stop the growth of infringing factory farms in Jefferson County and protect our Quality of Life.

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April 24, 2008

Open stockpiles of dry manure may become legal for all new CAFOs if Iowa hog, beef and poultry producers have their way. A proposal to House File 2692 would allow farmers to stockpile manure adjacent to homes or as close as 400 feet to waterways. Although the DNR opposes the proposal, the House Agri...

March 27, 2008

Rooting Around from the Fairfield Weekly Reader 

A review of the small number of CAFO-related bills before this year’s State Assembly reveals such legislation has fared poorly this year.

The proposed livestock odor study bill (House Study Bill 679 and Senate File 2362) – a five-year, $22.7 million stu...

January 25, 2008

Rooting Around from the Fairfield Weekly Reader 

Do we in Iowa want to spend $22.7 million and take five years to study how to reduce odors from Confinement Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs)? Do we want to pay CAFO owners to voluntarily adopt odor-control technologies? That is what Iowa’s Secretary o...

December 7, 2007

Welcome to our new monthly column where we’ll keep you abreast of our continuing efforts to control the growth of factory farms in our community. Check in every month to also find out the latest news on the CAFO issue in Iowa.

New Publication Helps Fight CAFOs

Our first major publication, How to Prot...

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