A farm in Montana is being turned into a body farming operation after being declared a public health hazard.
The body farm is a public facility that collects and sells human body parts, according to the Montana Department of Health and Human Services.
The farm’s owners say it’s for research.
It’s not the first time people have been exposed to bodies in Montana.
“It’s been happening for years in Montana, and we know what it’s doing to people,” said Heather Pemberton, who works at the farm.
She said she doesn’t want to talk about what she’s been doing for the past few years, but she does want people to know how the body farm gets treated.
At the farm, the bodies are collected and then shipped to an undisclosed location, where they are placed in storage until they’re used in research.
Pembertons says the farm’s current body farm has about 25 bodies.
People are not allowed to touch them or touch the remains until the farm closes and they are disposed of.
The bodies are then stored until the research is finished, Pemberons said.
That’s the only time that bodies are used in the research, Pernell said.
She said the farm will continue to collect bodies, but it’s not being allowed to dispose of them.
The state has been working to stop the body farming business.
Pernett said she’s worked to protect the people of the state and the public.
I think this is really important for the public and the health of the community, Parnell said in a statement.
“It is not an acceptable practice, but unfortunately it is the way the system works,” Pernitt said.
“I think we’ve reached a point where it’s no longer acceptable.
There’s no way we’re going to be able to keep this going.”
The state will continue work to find a solution for the body farms, Purnell said, but said there’s no guarantee the state will never find a way to stop it.
The agency said in the statement that it will continue its efforts to educate the public on the public health hazards posed by body farms.