What To Expect When Your Animal Feeding Operation Is Inspected

The hows and whys of inspections for animal feeding operations. Federal and state regulators and permitted producers each give their perspectives on what happens during an inspection, common problem areas and how to be prepared. This presentation was originally broadcast on April 17, 2009.


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Why Are Animal Feeding Operations (AFO) Inspected?

Carol Galloway, US EPA Ag Compliance Assistance Center (6 minutes)

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What Happens During an AFO or CAFO Inspection?

Angela Young, Tennessee Dept. of Environment and Conservation; Lebron Conley, poultry producer

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What Happens After the Inspection?

Leetha Abazid, Tennessee Dept. of Environmental and Conservation; Steve Harrison, dairy farmer

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Record Keeping – What Do You Need for an Inspection?

Christine Blanton, North Carolina Dept. of Environment and Natural Resources; Glenda Wright, dairy producer

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Common Problems Encountered During Inspections

Trevor Urban, EPA Region 7 (17 minutes)

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Resources for Information About Inspections

Saqib Mukhtar, Texas AgriLife Extension (6 minutes)

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Question and Answer

All presenters (11 minutes)

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