Pathogens 101: Manure and Veterinary Pathogens of Concern, Who are they and what do they do?

Animal Manure Management May 30, 2017 Print Friendly and PDF

livestock and poultry environmental learning center logo with cow, pig, and chicken sillhouettes over a map of the U.S. with three circling arrowsThis webinar serves as an overview of bacteria, viruses, and parasites found in manure and other land-applied wastes as well as pathogens of veterinary concern. This presentation was originally broadcast on December 16, 2016. More...

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Manure-borne Pathogens That Make People Sick

Lisa Durso, USDA-ARS, Lincoln, Nebraska (20 minutes)

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Veterinary Manure Borne Pathogens

Dustin Loy, University of Nebraska - Lincoln (16 minutes)

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Viruses and Parasites in CAFO and Municipal Wastes

John Brooks, USDA-ARS, Mississippi State, MS (19 minutes)

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