The authors also warned of an intensified risk of

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Unformatted text preview: bear doesn't matter here; everything a CAFO does to the environment it also does to us. I would wager that you do care about whether the drinking water in your son's sippy- cup has cow feces in it. Whether your daughter will develop asthma from volatilized ammonia coming from the CAFO down the road. Whether a trip to the hospital will lead to an infection from an antibiotic resistant bacteria. And as the trend of increasing industrialization of the food chain barrels forward, these scenarios are becoming more and more common. In a series of reports issued by the journal Environmental Health Perspectives in 2007, authors...
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