A man has made a wall spanning over 70 metres out of cow faeces after a dispute with his neighbour.
Wayne Lambarth's neighbour made the wall out of manure following a dispute over the property line last year, Fox 2 reported.
Lambarth's grandfather developed the farm in Lodi Township, Michigan, several years ago. It was then divided up and now tenants are living in the house.
The wall made out of manure runs about 250 feet, or just over 72 metres, and divides the two properties - though Fox 2 reported the wall is closer to Lambarth's house.
"Normally they spread it on the field but they decided to make a fence out of it," Lambarth told Fox.
Jaidyn Schwarzel and Coyne Gatto are renting the home owned by Lambarth and they have complained about the smell of the wall.
"It's just a s**t pile over there," Schwarzel told Fox 2.
Gatto added they can't leave the window open or the whole of the upstairs will smell like manure.
The neighbour who built the wall was not named, however he did push back on claims it was a "poop wall".
"It's not a poop wall. It's a compost fence," the neighbour reportedly said.
The 'compost fence' sits on the neighbour's wall, so local authorities can't do anything about it.
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