Ace Black Ranch finally got an inspection report from the EPA. That’s after a summer of struggling with drought and heat issues. They were visited by armed US Marshalls and EPA inspectors came on June 16th. Now all they have is the inspection report, no charges, and no reason for such a heavy-handed search: For 14 decades of ranching, Ace Black Ranch has been a faithful steward of the land, first with flood irrigation and now with the best management practice of pivot irrigation that keeps soil in place and a more efficient use of scarce water on the arid land. Here’s Terry Black: Don’t take care of it. It just goes out and washes all of the fields and takes it right down to C.J. Stripe and dumps it all the farm ground. That's why we have to take care of it, have to take care of this land because there isn't any more farm ground. The Blacks and their attorney call the search unreasonable, and it sent a shockwave through every farm and ranch along a riverbank in Idaho. And there's still no answers. Ace Black Ranch Attorney Norm Semanco: Absolutely. The Blacks have been asking from the beginning to EPA and the Corps of Engineers. What is it that you think we might have done wrong? Let's sit down and have a discussion, and if there's something that that that merits attention, let's address it. Let's solve the problem.