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By Karl B. Tolenhoff, Geoffrey S. Becker, Claudia Copeland, Carol Hardy Vincent

This e-book bargains with the eradication of illnesses that pose a threat to the overall healthiness of animals, flora and fauna and people. It comprises constructing a secure and healthy nutrition provide and the easiest practices in environmental stewardship, animal wellbeing and fitness and health.

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Several groups, including cattle feedlots (even though they are not included in the compliance agreement) and chicken and turkey producers, have for some time requested that EPA resolve the issue for producers through a finding or guidance to clarify that animal agriculture facilities are not subject to CERCLA and EPCRA. They fear that, barring statutory change or some clarification from EPA, the courts will continue to rule that the laws do apply to animal agriculture. Thus, they view the monitoring study, and the legal protection provided under it, as an incentive to participants that will provide the data needed to determine on a national scale which farms are subject to compliance with regulatory requirements.

However, in view of criticism of the study, doubts exist about the study’s utility. Some critics of the Air Compliance Agreement fault EPA for planning only to measure emissions, but not also using the monitoring study as an opportunity to research mitigation techniques. ” Air Quality Issues and Animal Agriculture 23 Research in the short term (four to five years), the NRC said, can significantly improve the capability of scientifically sound modeling approaches for measuring and estimating air emissions, especially for process-based modeling that the NRC recommends be developed by EPA and USDA.

Such a small number, critics said, will be insufficient to develop emission-estimating methodologies for all of the covered animal sectors and possible farm configurations and geographic locations. In response, EPA said that its technical experts believe that the monitoring protocol will provide sufficient data to get a valid representative sample. 17 EPA said that developing a process-based model of emissions is part of the agency’s long-term strategy but will take a period of years. Other critics said that the monitoring protocol under the agreement lacks adequate peer review and involvement of qualified, independent scientists who were not involved in its formulation.

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