Poor farming practice

Re: (Letter-writer) D. Sohi’s blatant disregard for the health and well-being of neighbours. As a farmer, I resent your comments that your neighbours have no recourse, nor any right to recourse over your poor farming practises.

While most of us couldn’t get away with a late night loud party once a year, you feel you have the right to disrupt our lives continually each summer, all day every day beginning at 6 a.m., and with not one bit of empathy for those whom you are hurting.

I urge the general public to only buy their blueberries from the good, imaginative, innovative farms who do not use cannons and who look at their community as partners in their prosperity and not merely a cash cow to be scoffed at and disregarded as something less than themselves.

Dawne Marie Stappler