The plans of Britain’s Prince Charles, who gathered to engage in organic farming on the land near Sandringham in Norfolk, had raised concerns among local residents. This publication reports the Daily Mail.
In July on the sidelines of the Prince of Wales will cease to use mineral fertilizers and replaced them with cow dung. To do this, Charles will get 500 cows in the cold season will live in purpose-built barns, and in summer to graze among the crops.
Local residents concerned about a huge dung heap, which will be erected in different parts of the estate. They believe that the unpleasant odors that the wind will bring from the Palace, will ruin their lives. Among the victims may be a son of Charles, Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton. It is expected that 400 tons of manure in bulk near their summer residence, located three kilometres from Sandringham. “William and Kate will have to endure the smell the same as everyone else”, the Daily Mail quoted the words of a resident of a nearby village.
Kate Middleton and grandson of the British Queen Elizabeth II, Prince William, second in line to the throne after his father, Prince Charles, married since 2011. They have three children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
In 2017, it was reported that the inhabitant of the Yakut village Neryuktyayinsk molded from manure Christmas tree. He adorned his creation with balloons, and on the top installed red star.