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Air quality and potential gaseous emission from animal feeding operations (AFOs) are a concern among Iowans. Rural residents are concerned with odors and emissions from AFOs that may affect their health, property values, and the environment. Livestock producers are concerned with possible effects on their own family members and employees, the environment, and the health and productivity of the livestock.
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Rieck-Hinz, Angela M.; Lorimor, Jeffery C.; Powers, Wendy J.; and Xin, Hongwei, "Air Quality and Animal Agriculture" (2003). Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications. 178.