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Michigan NPDES CAFO (General, Individual, and No Potential to Discharge) Permits as of Dec. 31, 2016 - Combination (2 or more categories)
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CAFO Number
Permit Number
Permittee NameSite Name*Site Address 1
Site Address 2
Site City
Site State
Site Zip Code
Dairy/Dry Cows/Heifers
Beef Cattle/Veal Calves
Swine (All wgts.)
Total CAFO waste,
gals. (liquid)
Subsidies
1995-2014
MI Enforcement Actions
through 2016
CountyWatershedCongressional
District
Additional Names/Previous Owners and Subsidy/MI Enforcement Action Recipients
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34MIG010164Jane and Michael Casassa
Casassa Hog Farm - CAFO
9254 Fergus RoadNULLSaint CharlesMI48655 180 5,400 2,295,960 $ 685,269 1SaginawSaginaw4
Casassa Farms, Inc.
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154MIG010171Neyer Farms, Inc.
Neyer Farms Inc-CAFO
168 East Wing RoadNULL
Mount Pleasant
MI48858 1,250 30 6,000,000 $ 562,453 5IsabellaSaginaw4
Neyer Dairy Farm
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194MIG010196
Al Riedstra, dba Riedstra Dairy Ltd.
Riedstra Dairy-CAFO
55575 Frank Jones Road
NULLMendonMI49072 3,200 200 261,282,150 $ 1,032,568 5
St. Joseph
SE Lake Michigan
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Al Riedstra, Riedstra Dary Ltd.
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219MIG010228Blaine Block, Owner
Side Street Pork-CAFO
4843 North JohnsonNULLWeidmanMI48893 10 4,800 1,200,000 0IsabellaSaginaw4
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Totals 4,450 420 10,200 270,778,110 $ 2,280,290 11
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* Subsidies and violations were tracked according to the site itself, which may have had several owners over the years; those owners and all the names that subsidies and violations were received under, combined, are shown with that site, listed in the last column of the spreadsheet.
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1Crockery Creek Turkey Farm, LLC, received $314,471 for their 74th St. and 80th St. facilities combined
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2No Permit to Discharge Determination Granted by MDEQ; farm information may be outdated
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3NVF subsidies & violations listed in dairy entry
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4River Ridge subsidies & violations listed in dairy entry
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5Dykhius Farms, Inc. received $804,645 for Riverbend, Shamrock, and Village Centrl Sandy Ridge combined
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6Scenic View subsidies & violations listed in dairy entry
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Conversions:
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tons to gals.: (*2000)/8.3
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c.f. to gals.: *7.5
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Source:
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http://archive.lib.msu.edu/DMC/extension_publications/MM6/MM6.pdf, "Worksheet to Calculate Manure Spreader Capacities", MSU Cooperative Extension Service, Manure Management. Lee W. Jacobs, Bruce A. MacKeller, Crop and Soil Sciences, April, 1995. p. 1
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DATA SOURCES:
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Farm Data including violations: MDEQ MIWaters database. Profiles; 2015 CAFO Annual Reports, due Apr. 1, 2016; 2015/2016 manure production reports, 2015/2016 NPDES CAFO new applications and permit renewal applications; 2015/2016 Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plans (CNMPs) https://miwaters.deq.state.mi.us/miwaters/#/external/home
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NPDES Permit Inventory as of November, 2016: http://www.michigan.gov/deq/0,4561,7-135-3313_72753-10780--,00.html
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Subsidies: Environmental Working Group’s Farm Subsidy Database https://farm.ewg.org/?_ga=1.70764243.250448904.1489451193
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Freedom of Information Act Requests to MDEQ Water Resources Division staff dated 7.1.2016, 7.7.2016, 7.10.2016, 1.20.2017, 1.22.2017
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DISCLAIMER:
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This project is only as robust as the data it is based on, and there is reason to believe that not all instances of CAFO pollution that come to the attention of agency regulators are officially recorded, nor were all CAFO permit records viewable to the public, in the MDEQ MIWaters database at the time the records were searched. The project authors and the members of the Less = More Coalition make no guarantee of accuracy and are not responsible for any errors.
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