Terry CD Landis

Reading, PA

#1 Feb 21, 2013
Looking to move to lubbock, in the south west area. Should we be worried about the stockyard smell?
TexasNomad

Lubbock, TX

#2 Feb 21, 2013
Terry CD Landis wrote:
Looking to move to lubbock, in the south west area. Should we be worried about the stockyard smell?
Only when the wind blows from the southeast, which is where the feedlots are. If you're far enough on the south side of town it would be an easterly wind. Our predominate winds are out of the southwest so the smell is a rarity. With the horrendous drought we are experiencing dust is much more of a factor of annoyance than smell, especially on the south side of town which is positioned into the prevailing winds.

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