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Coal mine subsidence sure reduces pasture!

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M-5":1hi67o1i said:
Epa really knows how to fix a problem

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They have had their waterloos. Where is that? I don't follow their activities. I keep in touch with current friends who work in the Region 8 office in Denver on a personal level. My old team partner told me she had a bad situation in western Colorado.
 
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Coal mine subsidence sure reduces pasture!

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That's horrible! Nope, not enough $$$ to allow that kind of destruction.

Subsidence in Wyoming, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, etc. from early 1900 underground coal mining is common.

When it is as extreme as in the picture, the damage to the land exceeds the value of the coal that was extracted.
 

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Bright Raven":22gdjpty said:
TexasBred":22gdjpty said:
Bright Raven":22gdjpty said:
Coal mine subsidence sure reduces pasture!

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Holsteins?? Wonder where the dairy barn is?

It fell in one of those holes! :lol:
dang it you beat me to it :bang: i was going to say "well... it WAS right near the center of the picture!"
 

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