Mary, concerned with antibiotics and chemicals in the food supply, started to raise pigs in the backyard of her suburban home. She now has fourteen pigs that produce a significant amount of sold waste, which attracts insects and smells very bad. There are no town or county ordinances that specifically forbid raising pigs. Her neighbors should challenge her right to engage in this activity based on the tort of
a. Intentional interference with a prospective business advantage
b. Intentional infliction of emotional distress
c. Nuisance
d. Trespass to land

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