Ministry: Farm Nuisance Report Form Available

January 8, 2019 | 8 Comments

Area residents within close proximity and in the general neighbourhood of Greenland Farm are reminded that the Department of Health has an electronic form to submit concerns.

A Government spokesperson said, “Area residents within close proximity and in the general neighbourhood of Greenland Farm are reminded that the Department of Health has an electronic form to submit concerns using the Farm Nuisance Report Form located on the Government Portal – here.

“Our Environmental Health Officers are able to assist with various nuisances in our environment including:

  • Pollution e.g. spray painting, smoking, air
  • Animal waste i.e. farm, livestock
  • Communicable disease outbreaks
  • Food or waterborne illness

“For more information contact: Telephone: [441] 278-5333 or Email: envhealth@gov.bm”

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  1. Ok says:

    Really? OK then how about shutting down that god awful farm / horse pattock across the street from us (Hinson Hall). The stench is legendary and has been reported countless times but because it is owned by a rich Bermudian nothing is done.

  2. What is it with you people?
    Farmers feed people!
    You like food don’t you?
    I know you do cause sanitation buisinesses are thriving!
    Your full ovit too!

    • Farmers backup says:

      Right? Idk what goes on in these coconuts people call their head. Farmers provide a unthanked cruical service. Without them what are you expected to eat? Overpriced processed frozen garbage? You want fresh food then deal with the smell of the s**t needed to produce it. It’s a fair price to pay. And before a area home owner wants to open their mouth. I have owned livestock my entire life and handle the smell just fine it’s called nature. Everyone wants to raid the barn but no one wants to plant the corn…

    • Bermyman says:

      Time to shut this farm down and import milk! We do not need dairy cattle polluting our limited land space in Bermuda, we need fresh fruits and vegetables.

      Dairy farms are a leading cause of Greenhouse Gas emissions, environmental pollution and degradation. In close proximity to human populations and natural resources they pose a significant threat. Think of the pollution leaking from this farm into the caves and North shore, into groundwater and the spreading of bacterias onto people’s roofs

  3. In fact dr. Brown is offering half price on colonoscopy all next month…I suggest you lot take fuull advantage ovit.

  4. Tania Stafford says:

    This statement by the Ministry is poorly written as it appears to be inviting people to object.

    To be objective, there should have been a lead in statement such as: “Having received a number of written objections (or calls or e-mails – which ever applies), the Ministry wishes to remind ……

  5. good point says:

    by-product of progress…sad that people don’t understand that we have no food security in Bermuda…if those tankers can’t come in for whatever reason we only have 2 weeks…if we’re lucky, of food supplies at any given time.
    #formorefarms

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