CAFO

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AcronymDefinition
CAFOConcentrated Animal Feeding Operation
CAFOConfined Animal Feeding Operation
CAFOConsent Agreement and Final Order (law)
CAFOChurch Alliance for Orphans (Namibia)
CAFOConfidential Admiralty Fleet Order (UK)
CAFOCanadian Alliance of Franchise Operators
CAFOCommand Accounting and Finance Office
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The potential role of concentrated animal feeding operations in infectious disease epidemics and antibiotic resistance.
Feedlots issued permits by the state as concentrated animal feeding operations, with location and permitted animal volume
Carrie Hribar, Understanding Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations and Their Impact on Communities 5-7 & tbl.
Claudia Copeland, "Animal Waste and Water Quality: EPA Regulation of Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs)," Congressional Research Service Report for Congress No 7-5700, February 16, 2010.
Community health and socioeconomic issues surrounding concentrated animal feeding operations.
The penalty is part of what the agency calls "a continuing enforcement emphasis aimed at ending harmful discharges of pollutants from concentrated animal feeding operations.
Concentrated animal feeding operations, or CAFOs, are large feeding lots that house anywhere from a few hundred to several million animals.
Cows are Increasingly living out their lives in concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs).
Current enforcement priorities through 2010 focus on significant environmental problems, including pollution from stormwater runoff, air toxics, concentrated animal feeding operations, and mineral processing, the agency said.
Environmental Protection Agency has finalized a rule designed to protect the nation's water quality by requiring concentrated animal feeding operations to safely manage manure.
Advocates contrast grass-fed beef to beef produced by Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs).
Scholars and practitioners of environmental law explore such aspects as the limits of statutory law and the wisdom of the common law, global warming as the ultimate public nuisance, perchloroethylene manufacturers pay to get their product out of public drinking water, and concentrated animal feeding operations and the common law.
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