Chickens raised for meat (references)


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(B1) Balaker, Ted. November 4, 2014. “ Town Bans Body Odor; Cops Decide Who Smells Illegal.” ReasonTV. Accessed November 8, 2014 at

(C1) Charles, Dan. May 2013. “Our Fertilized World.” National Geographic. 94-111.

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(D1) Daniel, Jay and K. C. Olsen. October 2005.“Feeding Poultry Litter to Beef Cattle.” Agricultural MU Guide. MU Extension. University of Missouri-Columbia. G2077.

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(F1) Fields, Liz. September 14, 2013. “Holy Water May Be Harmful To Your Health, Study Finds.” ABC News. Accessed September 17, 2013 at

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(O1) Oklahoma State University. Oklahoma’Poultry Waste Management Regulations [brochure]. Poultry Waste Management Center. Accessed February 25, 2014 at

(P1) Perez, Michelle. April 17, 2013. Can Nutrient Trading Shrink the Gulf of Mexico's Dead Zone?. World Resources Institute. Accessed Feburary 25, 2014 at

(P2) Personal correspondence with Josh Payne, Area Animal Waste Management Specialist at Oklahoma State University. July 18, 2014.

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(Z1) Zublena, J. P., J. C. Barker, and T. A. Carter. 1997. SoilFacts: Poultry Manure as a Fertilizer Source. North Carolina Cooperative Extension Services. AG-439-5.