Regardless of arguments either for or against, it needs to be noted this is a nasty business. It is noisy, intrusive upon the land, and difficult for residents who dwell nearby. What is left after the rig has been removed are the 'ponds', which according to the industry contain non-toxic waste. Do you want to eat beef that has been drinking and wading in that muck? I don't.
Taken from my mailbox. A stop sign is 500 yards and yet they thundered by, tires and brakes squealing to a dusty halt. We ate this for over a year.
A rig is a miniature city with no rules of conduct. Tie down what you don't want to be stolen.
There was no compensation for our lost cattle!
So sad, the rapping of the landReplyDelete
This is a whole 'nother story than what is usually presented.ReplyDelete
I am so sorry you had to put up with that! I just don't think any amount of money is worth what it does to the environment.ReplyDelete