A 79-year old grandmother in central Washington may have changed the way dairies operate across the country.
a landmark agriculture ruling, a federal judge defined cow manure and
urine as "solid waste," rather than a nutrient as it's often referred to
in the industry.
Helen Reddout noticed a change in the valley when dairies started growing in the 1980s.
"You just opened the door and there was a constant barrage of flies," she said.