Addressing Externalities from Swine Production to Reduce Public Health and Environmental Impacts.American Journal of Public Health
AbstractAnimal agriculture in the United States for the most part has industrialized, with negative consequences for air and water quality and antibiotic use. We consider health and environmental impacts of current US swine production and give an overview of current federal, state, and local strategies being used to address them.
- Air Pollutants,
- Microbial Drug Resistance,
- Environmental Pollution,
- Health Policy,
- Public Health,
- Risk Factors,
- United States,
- Water Pollutants,
Journal Article VersionVersion of Record
Published Article/Book CitationAmerican Journal of Public Health, 94:10 (2004) pp.1703-1708.
RightsCopyright © American Public Health Association, 2004. Posted by permission.
Citation InformationDavid Osterberg and David Wallinga. "Addressing Externalities from Swine Production to Reduce Public Health and Environmental Impacts." American Journal of Public Health Vol. 94 Iss. 10 (2004) p. 1703 - 1708 ISSN: 0090-0036
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