Concentrated animal feed operations (CAFO) Articles

  • Season matters when sampling streams for swine CAFO waste pollution impacts

    Concentrated (or confined) animal feed operations (CAFOs) are the principal means of livestock production in the United States, and such facilities pollute nearby waterways because of their waste management practices; CAFO waste is pumped from the confinement structure into a cesspit and sprayed on a field. Stocking Head Creek is located in eastern North Carolina, a state with >9,000,000 ...


    By IWA Publishing

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