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Environmental violations at Duescher farm result in $100,000 settlement

5:53 PM, Nov. 6, 2013
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As of Sept. 20, Keith A. Duescher, owner of the former Duescher Legendairy Farm in Algoma, paid out a total of $100,000 in fines levied against nearly 10 years of violations on the farm. Wetlands, tributaries and Lake Michigan were subjected to runoff contamination and toxic emissions.

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources determined that operations at the Duescher Farm were in violation of the farm's WPDES permit and caused environmental harm on Aug. 6, 2009. A referral to the Department of Justice was filed in December 2009.

The official court report stated that at various times ...

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