Barbara Philipp used to open her windows wide at night to let the cool, sweet air inside her home in the upper Panhandle countryside. But that was before the smelly pig farm set up next door.

“You check the direction of the wind before you go outside. I used to hang jeans on the clothesline to dry. You do not hang anything outdoors to dry,” says Philipp, who, with her husband Bernhard, has grown wheat and raised cattle on more than 600 acres of land near Perryton for 22 years. “You never open a window when you’re home.”

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