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Links to More Info:


The Producers’ Compliance Guide for CAFOs


https://horsetrader.com/ media/cafo-comply.pdf


An outstanding publica- tion created by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) which provides information on all CAFOs and answers “how and why” these regulations came to be passed.


Sustainable Equine Management Resource Sheet


https://horsetrader.com/ media/elcr-resourcesheet.pdf


Here’s a go-to list of resources to understand and guide horse owners toward satisfying envi- ronmental regulations.


hens or pullets) confined on site for more than 45 days during the year. Any size AFO that dis- charges manure or wastewater into a natural or man-made ditch, stream or other waterway is defined as a CAFO, regardless of size.” For a horse operation, a CAFO has three size designa- tions, defined as 500 or more being a LARGE CAFO, 150-499 are MEDIUM CAFOs and fewer than 150 horses is considered to be a SMALL CAFO. The good news is that CAFO


legislation, now quite stringent and garnering heavy regulatory fines, is largely being followed closely by all horse CAFOs. So much progress has been made, with all now aware of needing to be alert to issues of water pollu- tion while still making a living, and the vast majority are doing their best to protect our water and environment in order to preserve and continue the many wonderful benefits of the equine industry. More online: http://bit.ly/2110Aelcr


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