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1. Business using one factor of production proportionately more than others, as specified
2. Physics of or relating to a local property, measurement, etc., that is independent of the extent of the system
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Sources of Enteric Disease in Canada; Pathogen Survival in Swine Manure Environments and Transmission of Human Enteric Illness--A Review; Pork Production and Human Health in the Major Pork Producing Countries: Reliability of Detection Methods for Pathogens and Availability of Molecular Methods; Wastewater Treatment and Alternative Methods of Swine Manure Treatment and Handling; Pathogen Transport in the Environment and its Relation to Public Health: Environmental Legislation and the Economic Impact on Intensive Hog Rearing Operations from the Perspective of Enteric Pathogens of Concern to Human Health; Risk and Prioritisation of Gaps in Knowledge in Managing Pathogens Associated with Intensive Livestock Production.
I think there are some real concerns, particularly if intensive livestock production increases markedly as it is doing in places like China," says Bradford.
More measures need to be taken to stop drug-resistant disease passing from farm animals to people as a result of using antibiotics in intensive livestock production.

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