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Reference list for articles reviewed, shared and discussed regarding CAFO’S
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ATSDR. (2004, September). Amonia. Retrieved from Division of Toxicology, ToxFAQ’s.
CDC. (1990, May). Preventing Deaths of Farm Workers in Manure Pits. NIOSH.
CDC. (1996, July 05). Spontaneous Abortions Possibly Related to Ingestion of Nitrate-Contaminated Well Water- LaGrange Co. Indiana, 199-1994. Retrieved from MMWR.
CDC. (2013, September 16). Preventing Deaths in Manure Storage Facilities Through Proper Ventialtion.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2017, June 2). Animal Feeding Operations. Retrieved from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: https://www.cdc.gov/healthywater/other/agricultural/afo.html
Clabby, C. (2017, April 13). North Carolina Health News. North Carolina Health News.
Comis, D. (1999, November). Tracking Manure-Borne Pathogens. USAD: Ag Research Magazine.
Community Environmental Legal Defence Fund. (n.d.). Factory Farms. Retrieved from CELDF.ORG/RIGHTS/
Environmental Health Perspectives. (2013). CAFOs and Environmental Justice- The Case of North Carolina. Environmental Health Perspectives, A182-190.
EPA-OW. (2013, July). Literature Review of Livestock and Poultry Manure. EPA820-R-13-002.
Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). (2015). Raw Manure under FSMA Final Rule on Produce Safety.
Freese, B. (2017, October 20). Pork Powerhouse 2017: Expansion Spells Trouble. Successful Farming.
Hribar, C. (2010). Understanding Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations and Their Impact On Communities. Ohio. Retrieved from Centers For Disease Control: https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/ehs/docs/Understanding_CAFOs_NALBOH.pdf
Humane Society International. (n.d.). Human health impacts of odors from industrial farm animal production facilities. HSI Fact Sheet.
Husar, E. (2017, December 4). Missouri DNR rejects proposal to expand odor rule to all hog farms. Herald-Whig.
Ikerd, J. (2018). Holding Factory Farms Accountable Through the Power of Community.
Ikerd, J. E. (n.d.). Confronting CAFOs through Local Control.
Ikerd, J. (n.d.). Biographical Information.
Iowa State University and The University of Iowa Study Group. (2002). Iowa Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations Air Quality Study.
Keller, R. (2014, October 22). Hog waste spill in Callaway raises concerns about CAFO plans. Columbia Daily Tribune.
LaFrance, D. (2017, October 12). Farm bill provides an opportunity to grow partnerships that protect drinking water. Retrieved from American Water Works Association.
Lin, H., Wu, X., Nelson, C., Miller, C., & Zhu, J. (2016). Electricity generation and nutrients removal from high-strength liquid manure by air-cathode microbial fuel cells. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, 240-250.
Management, A. M. (Director). (2017). Health Impacts of Air Emissions from Animal Feeding Operations [Motion Picture].
Merchant, J. A. (2014). Testimony of James H. Merchant, MD, DrPH for the Iowa General Assembly.
Merchant, J. A., Kline, J., Donham, K., Bundy, D. S., & Hodne, C. J. (n.d.). Human Health Effects.
Mirabelli, M. C., Wing, S., Marshall, S. W., & Wilcosky, T. C. (2006). Asthma Symptoms Among Adolescents Who Attend Public Schools That Are Located Near Confined Swine Feeding Operations. Pediatrics, e66-75.
Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. (2018). DHSS Literature Review for Chronic Low-Level Exposures from Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations For Missouri Air Conservation Commission.
NCIFAP.ORG. (n.d.). Industrail Farm Animal Production. Resource List.
News@Agweek. (2015, April 10). Neighbors still unhappy about smell at Jackrabbit Farms. AGWEEK.
Office for State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (n.d.). Menu of State Laws and Regarding Odors Produced by Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations. Retrieved from Public Health Law.
Office for State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (n.d.). Environmental Odors and Public Nuisance Law: A Research Anthology. Retrieved from Public Health Law.
Pew Commission on Industrial Animal Production. (n.d.). Economics of Industrial Farm Animal Production.
Robin Carnahan: Secretary of State. (2005, September 30). Rules of Department of Health and Senior Services: Division 20 of Environmental Health and Communicable Disease Prevention. Missouri State Code of Regulations. Jefferson City.
Rodewald, A. (2015). Megafarms: Water debate roils Kewaunee Co. USA Today-Wisconsin Network.
Ropeik, A. (2017, July 31). Batholomew County CAFO Neighbors Win Property Tax Cuts. WBAA.
Rural Crisis Center. (2006, October 8). The Facts about CAFOSs. Local Control, and Health Ordinances. Columbia, Missouri.
Tomson, B. (2016, May 11). U.S. pork exports to China continue to climb. Agri-Pulse.
Traxler, M. (2014, July 15). Neighbors: Jackrabbit Farm’s hog odor is too much. The Daily Republic.
University of Wisconsin Extension. (2016, November 2). Hydrogen Sulfide Health Effects. Retrieved from Agricultural Health & Safety.
USGS. (2015). Surface-Water Quality in Agricultural Watersheds of the North Carolina Coastal Plain Associated with Concentrated Feeding Operations. Scientific Investigations Report 2015-5080.
Wisconsin Department of Health Services. (2015, September). Addressing Manure Contamination in Residential Wells. Retrieved from https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/publications/p01096.pdf
Wisonsin Department of Natural Resources. (2017). Bureau of Drinking Water and Groundwater. Retrieved from Wisonsin Department of Natural Resources: https://dnr.wi.gov/files/PDF/pubs/DG/DG0003.pdf