KANSAS CITY — Fourteen rural northwest Missouri residents who received $100,000 apiece in a 1999 lawsuit against Premium Standard Farms are asking a Jackson County jury to give them more money for what they say are intolerable smells coming from an 80,000-head hog confinement in Gentry County.
Civil trial over hog odors opens in Kansas City
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