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CDC recommends routine testing for people 13 years of age and older,D. area and spent time at her grandparents’ crop and livestock farm in rural Minot She was involved in 4-H and FFA and graduated from Minot High School in 1995She went to what is now Dakota College at Bottineau and picked up a two-year degree in wildlife and fisheries She worked at the Roosevelt Zoo in Minot while working toward a plant and animal biology degree from Minot State University in 2000Moore started her career as a nutritionist and lead feeder on a large-scale dairy farm near Dodgeville Wis In 2002 she shifted to a large-scale pig operation at Spring Green Wis"I absolutely loved it" she recallsThe farm had 1200 to 1500 sows The farrow-to-finish operation had a boar stud and supplied gilts and boars for breeding stock to other pig farmers she saysIn late 2004 she moved back to North Dakota working at Whitestone Farms at Breckenridge Minn/Lisbon ND (formerly Bell Farms) In late 2005 she moved to Cando to work in sow barns involved with the Gibbens family In 2008 she shifted to Viking Pork a pig operation being developed at Edmore ND By 2010 she married Jason At that time Moore left the swine industry because of the 40-mile commute and in part of biosecurity logistics as Jason worked for the Gibbens farming operationIn 2010 she was hired as Towner County Soil Conservation District manager but she still has a soft spot in her heart for pigs"It wasn’t a matter of I don’t want to do it anymore" she saysPig hoteliersPig farms where Moore worked have become important pieces of the Cando areaFarmer James R "Jim" Gibbens and his partner Bruce Gibbens a lawyer and cousin decided to invest in pigs in 2002 The Gibbenses were approached by Elite Swine Inc (later rebranded as Maple Leaf Agri-Farms) of Canada to build grow-finish barnsIn 2005 the Gibbenses realigned with Hytek (also HyTek) which became Hylife (also HyLife) company and its US subsidiary Sky Can Ltd Jim is a former mayor of Cando and is still chairman of its economic development Several of his family members run or own parts of 10 businesses in townThe Gibbenses own the barns with loans from Land O’Lakes Finance Sky Can rents the barns to pay for them Today the systems include five sites including a feed mill All told partners have invested some $22 million in the "pig loop" — farrow-to-finish pig production that produces 166000 weanlings and finishes about half of them The pig operations provide more than 45 full-time employees and $15 million in payroll in a town of about 1100 peopleWhen the barns are paid off the Gibbenses will continue to receive dividends from owning HyLife stock and the company will have an option to buy the buildingsAfter 12 years in operation Jim says he doesn’t know of any worker who has ever quit over any human health concern"There isn’t anybody that’s gotten sick out there" he saysAbout half of the sow barn workers have been there since the beginning The barns are "high-health status biosecure" for the sake of the pigs themselves he says"We haven’t had any major environmental concerns" Jim says "We haven’t had an odor complaint in the past eight or nine years Prior to that we had a few but we always passed the (state) health department odor test" he saysThe pigs add value to Gibbens corn and the manure offers more than a $200000 annual savings compared to buying fertilizer commercially They farm 2000 acres a year in a three- or four-year rotation on a farm of about 10000 acres Expansion is a possibility he saysJim urges others developing pig operations to consider "location location location" when picking a site"We try to build them in a spot has the least impact on the least amount of people" he saysBiosecure healthMoore says she understands the public concerns about worker health but says that’s not what she experienced Her children are ages 20 11 7 and 5 and she would encourage them to consider careers in livestock"I would never hold back my kids from anything in agriculture no matter what it is" she saysHer daughter Mady 11 applied for a pig from the Gibbens group for her 4-H project"They’ll give you one to show for a year" she says noting the family ate the pork at the end of the yearYes she experienced strong smells when pig barn workers "pulled the pit plug" to drain pit contents into the lagoon so the barns can be cleaned But many of her coworkers had worked in barns for 20 years and liked their jobs"I was pregnant two different times in the barns My pregnancies went smoothly I never had any (health) problems" she says"People are always going to complain about the smell — you can’t get rid of that" she acknowledges But the odors are not constant and typically involve a day or two when manure is being spread or if the wind is from a certain directionLarger pig farms hire specialists to apply manure as fertilizer"It doesn’t just get put on so (that) it’s going to run off" she says The amount will vary by the type of crop and soils are tested before application In many cases the manure is not enough for the crops to use and must be supplemented with synthetic fertilizersTo Moore it’s still manure — not "sewage" as some critics describe it"And it’s not a waste site — it’s still a farm field whether you’re applying manure or anhydrous" she says adding "Whether it’s nitrogen from manure or from anhydrous it gets knifed into the ground the same exact way"The funeralfor Hoeven 87? and that’s OK, And we’ve done some really good work. disillusioned voters are expressing their frustration in strange ways.

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