Implementation of the project would result in the construction of 180 additional GHG on 80 acres south and east of the existing 30 GHG. The remaining area of the 278 acre project site would continue to be used for seasonal grazing. Approx 30 GHG would be constructed per year, until the total buildout of 210 is reached. It is anticipated that construction of each group of 30 GHG will take approx three to four months. Nine additional 10,000 gallon water storage tanks are proposed for the operation, totaling 12 on site at full buildout.
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