CNN reports that a veteran has again answered the call.
Fred Mattlage said he hopes the new site will alleviate traffic.
The site is owned by Mattlage's brother Mark, who gave him permission to offer the land. Mattlage, his two brothers and sister own a 212-acre lot adjacent to the one-acre fenced property.
Mattlage said the family will allow the protesters to park their cars on the larger lot if they provide a gate attendant to ensure cattle do not escape.
Mattlage, who served with the U.S. Army's 82nd Airborne Division in the 1970s, said he is against the war in Iraq and is concerned the United States "didn't learn a valuable enough lesson from Vietnam."
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