Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations: A Case Study

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Concentrated animal feeding operation (CAFO) is an animal feeding operation, in the terms of the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Most of the meat and milk that are consumed by the individuals in America comes from animals that are grown by CAFO. These large concentrations of animals lead to enormous manure in a single location that leads to air pollution that harms public health. CAFO contributes to the reduction of air quality in areas that surrounds the industrial farms. This is mostly due several types of air emissions that are caused during animal feeding operation. The major cause of air pollution is the decay of animal manure that particulates substances caused by movements of animals (Parker et al. 2013). The most typical

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