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July 10, 1989
Complaining of unbearable stench, flies and noise, residents of Wilton have filed a lawsuit to shut down four turkey farms they say are plaguing their small rural town near Sacramento. The suit asks for $50 million in punitive damages from Foster Farms, one of the nation's largest poultry marketers; Roxford Foods Inc. and Henry M. Suckle and Norman Nilsen, owners of adjoining turkey feed lots.
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July 10, 1989
Complaining of unbearable stench, flies and noise, residents of Wilton have filed a lawsuit to shut down four turkey farms they say are plaguing their small rural town near Sacramento. The suit asks for $50 million in punitive damages from Foster Farms, one of the nation's largest poultry marketers; Roxford Foods Inc. and Henry M. Suckle and Norman Nilsen, owners of adjoining turkey feed lots.
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