His insolent bravery, his still more insolent success at a time when blows poured down like hail, had borne him to the top of that difficult ladder called Court Favor
, which he had climbed four steps at a time.
cattle, once reaching a certain age, is no longer grass-fed, it's sent to concentrated animal feeding operations
to finish out their lives fattening-up on corn and soybeans.
Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt, former Oklahoma attorney general, has said he has no desire to pursue enforcing regulations on concentrated animal feeding operations
This trend culminated in the ubiquity of concentrated animal feeding operations
(CAFOs), which solidified as the standard method of farming in the second half of the 20th century.
Non-organic dairy comes from the milk of animals that have been raised in concentrated animal feeding operations
Industrial farms discovered the efficiencies of feeding large amounts of grain to animals raised in concentrated animal feeding operations
(CAFOs) to produce slaughter-weight animals in a shorter amount of time.
Evolution from Farms to Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations
5) The EPA also designates certain AFOs as concentrated animal feeding operations
(CAFOs) based on the confinement of large numbers of animals and the pollutant discharge.
EPA drops proposed CAFO pollutant guidance: The Environmental Protection Agency has withdrawn a proposed guidance on permitting obligations of concentrated animal feeding operations
(CAFOs) that discharge pollutants.
Poultry litter and manure and wastewater discharges from concentrated animal feeding operations
and their land application areas can violate water quality standards, pose risks to human health, threaten aquatic life and its habitat, and impair the use and enjoyment of waterways.
In many parts of the world "traditional" forms of animal agriculture have, to a certain extent, been replaced by a "landless", high-density, industrial-styled animal production system, exemplified by the phenomenon known as Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations
Two types of animal feeding facilities (AFFs) are required to be permitted in Ohio: concentrated animal feeding facilities (CAFFs) and concentrated animal feeding operations