Recent lawsuits in North Carolina have resulted in very high awards for homeowners who suddenly discovered that hog farms have objectionable odors. In some cases, these homeowners lived next to the adjacent hog farm for 20 years without an issue but when out of state lawyers knocked on their door promising , everything changed.
The awards, indeed the verdicts are being appealed. For those with an interest in agriculture or even in making sure that food is in the local grocery store at a price we can afford, a friend of the court brief is available here: https://www.fb.org/files/McKiver_v_M...AFBF_et_al.pdf
For a legal brief, it's pretty readable and not overly long.
Better eat bacon while you can. If the original verdicts and awards stand, either the price will drastically increase or it will simply disappear from the grocery store. In fact, that's one of the stated aims of the original cases- they want to totally eliminate any kind of large scale production of animal agriculture. That will drastically impact what consumers will have available.