1 edition of Environmental concerns in animal agriculture and feeding operations found in the catalog.
Environmental concerns in animal agriculture and feeding operations
Gillian S. Roberts
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Gillian S. Roberts, editor|
|Series||Environmental science, engineering and technology, Agriculture issues and policies, Agriculture issues and policies series, Environmental science, engineering and technology series|
|LC Classifications||TD930.2 .E68 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 177 p. :|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||2010052282|
Production agriculture is an important component of the Oklahoma economy, and a major source of rural employment. Although Oklahoma's production agriculture has experienced steady growth over the recent past, its major commodities, wheat and livestock, have been on the decline. Meanwhile, in Oklahoma agriculture's most profitable industries, hog and poultry production, environmental . Industrialized livestock production can be characterized by five key attributes: confinement feeding of animals, separation of feed and livestock production, specialization, large size, and close vertical linkages with buyers. Industrialized livestock operations—popularly known as CAFOs, for Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations Author: James M. MacDonald.
Animal agriculture involves the production of livestock and animal by-products for human consumption. Huge tracts of land and millions of gallons of water are needed to grow, feed, and raise these animals. The environmental Author: Amber Pariona. Designed to provide practical information, Environmental Management of Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) covers the concepts and practices involved in the operation and Cited by:
A scientific conference and workshop was held March in Iowa City, Iowa, that brought together environmental scientists from North America and Europe to address major environmental health issues associated with concentrated animal feeding operations Cited by: The high density of animals in these confined operations can lead to environmental concerns. The feeding of livestock in confinement leads to concentration of feed nutrients such as nitrogen (N), .
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A variety of pollutants in animal waste can affect human health, including causing infections of the skin, eye, ear, nose and throat. This book examines the environmental concerns in animal agriculture and feeding operations including the air and water quality issues in animal agriculture Format: Hardcover.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations, 1 map ; 27 cm. Contents: Preface --Animal Waste & Hazardous Substances: Current Laws & Legislative Issues --Air Quality Issues & Animal Agriculture: A Primer --Air Quality Issues & Animal Agriculture: EPA's Air Compliance Agreement --Animal.
6, had more than 1, AUs and are considered to be large operations.(5) Section discusses the regulatory definition of an animal feeding operation as well as the conversions for the different animal.
Animal Feeding Operations (AFOs) must meet BOTH of the following: Animals are stabled or confined, and fed or maintained for a total of 45 days or more in any given 12 month period.
Vegetative growth. "Risk Assessment Evaluation for Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations".Environmental Protection Agency. times more animal waste than human waste is produced in the US – billion tons from the meat industry annually. 5 tons of animal waste is produced per person in the US.
[xii] "Animal Agriculture. ODOR MITIGATION FOR CONCENTRATED ANIMAL FEEDING OPERATIONS: WHITE PAPER AND RECOMMENDATION Citation: Pp. in Animal Agriculture and the Environment: National Center for Manure and Animal. Intensive animal farming or industrial livestock production, also known by its opponents as factory farming, is a type of intensive agriculture, specifically an approach to animal husbandry designed to.
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations and Their Impact on Communities. to assist local boards of health who have concerns about concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) or large industrial animal farms in their communities.
The Environmental File Size: 2MB. This report presents a review of literature regarding the potential impact of fecal pathogens originating from animal agriculture in the United States.
Livestock production and dairy operations continue their trend toward larger and more concentrated facilities. These operations. The management of animal waste from Animal Feeding Operations (AFO) has become a priority in Florida and throughout the country.
AFOs are facilities with large numbers of animals in a confined. The environmental impact of agriculture is the effect that different farming practices have on the ecosystems around them, and how those effects can be traced back to those practices.
The environmental impact of agriculture varies based on the wide variety of agricultural practices employed around the world. Ultimately, the environmental. Animal Feeding Operations (AFOs) are agricultural operations where animals are kept and raised in confined situations.
An AFO is a lot or facility (other than an aquatic animal production facility) where. Science in support of addressing national concerns of environmental and human health Thomas Casadevall – U.S. Geological Survey, Deputy Director Past, present, and future of animal feeding operations Don Ament – Commissioner, Colorado Department of Agriculture Trends, technology, and challenges for large-scale animal agriculture.
Suggested Citation: "2. Livestock Agriculture and Animal Feeding Operations." National Research Council. Air Emissions from Animal Feeding Operations: Current Knowledge, Future Needs.
&EPA United States Environmental Protection Agency Animal Agriculture Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations - Livestock Operations Inspection g Center Helping Agriculture Comply with Environmental Requirements FOCUS O N What To Expect When EPA Inspects Your Livestock Operation The U.S.
Environmental. This article is part of the mini-monograph “Environmental Health Impacts of Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations: Anticipating Hazards—Searching for Solutions.” This workshop was supported by grant P30 ESS from the Environmental Health Sciences Research Center at The University of Iowa and the National Institute of Environmental Cited by: Animal feeding operations, singularly or in combination with other AFOs or pollutant sources in a watershed, have been shown to cause significant environmental and public health problems.
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO) are large livestock and poultry operations that raise animals in a confined situation. CAFOs can improve the efficiency of animal production but large amounts of manure produce can, if not properly managed, degrade air and water quality.
The Environmental. The United States has responded to these concerns with state- and federal-level regulations that require confined animal feeding operations to have comprehensive nutrient management plans to help mitigate negative environmental consequences (Soberon et al., ).
The uncoupling of animal agriculture and plant agriculture Author: Sara E. Place. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages: illustrations, maps, charts ; 23 cm: Contents: Air quality and emissions from livestock and poultry production/waste management systems --Ammonia emissions from animal feeding operations --Antibiotic resistance and the environment: current science and policy concerns --Barriers to adoption of animal.
The Scientific Basis for Estimating Emissions from Animal Feeding Operations This prepublication version of The Science Basis for Estimating Air Emissions from Animal Feeding Operations has .Air Emissions from Animal Feeding Operations: Current Knowledge, Future Needs discusses the need for the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency to implement a new method for estimating the amount. About this book The majority of meat, milk, and eggs consumed in the United States are produced in concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFO).
With concentrated animal operations.