USDA: Dust from dairies not likely to pose hazard

Issue Date: January 29, 2014

Studies by the U.S. Department of Agriculture indicate the dust stirred up by wind and cattle at dairies does contain bacteria, fungi and small bacterial remnants such as endotoxins. But these potentially problematic particles are not found at high levels far beyond the barnyard.

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