Investigation of the routes by which pathogens associated with livestock slurries and manure may be transferred from the farm to the wider environment

D1 - Technical reports: non-confidential

Avery, S., Haygarth, P. M., Hobbs, P. J., Chadwick, D. R., Anthony, S. G., Smith, K. A. and Williams, J. 2004. Investigation of the routes by which pathogens associated with livestock slurries and manure may be transferred from the farm to the wider environment. Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).

AuthorsAvery, S., Haygarth, P. M., Hobbs, P. J., Chadwick, D. R., Anthony, S. G., Smith, K. A. and Williams, J.
TypeD1 - Technical reports: non-confidential
Year of Publication2004
PublisherDepartment for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA)
FunderDepartment of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Funder project or codeSoil Science and Environmental Quality (SSEQ)
Manures and Farm Resources (MFR)
Open accessPublished as bronze (free) open access
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Output statusPublished
Copyright licenseCrown copyright
SeriesDEFRA Final Report WA0804

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