You would think that they would have put a couple of horses in the paddock to add some realism.
Maybe that was the giveaway — or maybe it was the lack of manure! A Canadian “horse farm” was revealed to be a clever cover for an underground marijuana farm. The quaint looking paddock and stalls looked ready for horses but up close you could see that it was constructed
from plywood and was merely a diversion. Instead of stalls, the sheds were cover for vents that were used to regulate the environment of the growing bunker.
Underneath the “farm” was a multi-million dollar cannabis growing operation. More than 10,000 plants were seized.
2 thoughts on “Horse farm cover for drug operation”
Not very bright. The manure would certainly have helped mask the smell of the plants. (Not that I’m encouraging pot farming!) And horses would certainly have provided a nice hole in which to legally toss millions, lol.
Oh that’s funny! You’d think they’d at least let a few minis running around 🙂