The Ann Arbor area man says the neighbor built a dung wall over the ownership dispute

(NEXSTAR) – Well, that stinks. The owner of a house in southeast Michigan says he’s tired of the smell of a “shit wall” his neighbor built near his property.

Wayne Lambarth of Lodi Township, near Ann Arbor, claims his neighbor, a farmer, started using cow dung to build the wall sometime last year after a dispute over a property line dividing their land. Fox 2 Detroit Reports.

Before the argument, Lambarth said his neighbor would spread the dung on his own farmland. Now, however, the manure has been built into a manure-based divider that extends over a length of 250 feet.

It’s not just Lambarth and his neighbor who are currently caught in the stinking crossfire. Lambarth has two tenants in his house who are both sick of the sight – and smell – of the farmer’s droppings, they tell Fox 2 Detroit.

Unfortunately, local officials don’t have good news for Lambarth. As long as the crap stays on his neighbor’s property, there’s not much Lambarth can do about it.

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The farmer doesn’t seem to care what Lambarth or his tenants think of his poop wall – he would simply prefer if they stop calling it a “poop wall”.

“It’s not a shit wall,” he remarked when asked about the crap, reports Fox 2 Detroit. “It’s a compost fence.”

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