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Feed Additives in LIvestock Production and Impact on the Environment and Health

Feed Additives in LIvestock Production and Impact on the Environment and Health

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Use and impacts of feed additives, including antibiotics used as growth promoters, and their global effect on water quality degradation, heavy metal emissions, manure application, waste management, and global antibiotic resistence.
Use and impacts of feed additives, including antibiotics used as growth promoters, and their global effect on water quality degradation, heavy metal emissions, manure application, waste management, and global antibiotic resistence.

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Published by: Sandra Cointreau on Feb 17, 2011
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Persistent Pollutant Discharges andAntibiotic Resistance fromLivestock Wastes
Sandra CointreauGlobal Solid Waste Management Advisor The World Bank  November 2008, SingaporeISWA/WMARAS World Congressscointreau@worldbank.org
Evolving Issues from theIndustrialization of Livestock Production
 
Sequence of this Presentation:
Livestock growth globally.Relation of disease to livestock wastes.Antibiotic resistance growth globally.Relation of antibiotic resistance tolivestock wastes.Discharge of toxic persistent pollutantsrelated to livestock wastes.Call to action suggestions for globaldialogue.
 
Populations:2000 -> 2030
H
igh Income Countries ($34,500/cap/yr)
People 1.2 BB -> 1.3 BB*Cattle, Pigs, Sheep, Goats 4.0 BB -> 5.2 BB**Poultry 15.0 BB -> 24.8 BB**
Low and Middle Income ($583 and $2,833/cap/yr)
People 4.9 BB -> 7.1 BB*Cattle, Pigs, Sheep, Goats 3.0 BB -> 4.2 BB**Poultry 11.0 BB -> 19.2 BB**
*UN Dept. of Economics and Social Affairs, World Population to 2300**Henning Steinfeld, FAO, The Livestock Revolution ±A Global Veterinary Mission, 2004

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