A Greenbrier cattle farmer accused of dumping manure along the route of a gay pride parade in Conway plead not guilty to a charge of misdemeanor harassment today. A judge decided that bond was not necessary for 35-year-old Wesley Bono of Greenbrier, who turned himself in when police issued a warrant for his arrest for the June incident. A trial is set for September 16th in Conway district court. Bono said that he was trying to make a point and express his right to protest. More than six thousand pounds of manure was found the morning of the parade route. Bono said that the incident was not a hate crime or any crime at all. If Bono is found guilty he faces community service or paying for clean up costs.