For the first time, horse operations in Marin County will face the kind of regulatory scrutiny that dairies have operated under for decades. The California State Water Resources Control Board is requiring confined animal facilities near watersheds to comply with an order designed to regulate discharge and protect impaired water bodies from pathogens. The rule was adopted two years . . .

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