Occurrence and Characterization of Steroid Growth Promoters Associated with Particulate Matter Originating from Beef Cattle Feedyards.

@article{Blackwell2015OccurrenceAC,
  title={Occurrence and Characterization of Steroid Growth Promoters Associated with Particulate Matter Originating from Beef Cattle Feedyards.},
  author={Brett R Blackwell and Kimberly J Wooten and Michael D. Buser and B J Johnson and George P. Cobb and Philip N. Smith},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={49 14},
  pages={
          8796-803
        }
}
Studies of steroid growth promoters from beef cattle feedyards have previously focused on effluent or surface runoff as the primary route of transport from animal feeding operations. There is potential for steroid transport via fugitive airborne particulate matter (PM) from cattle feedyards; therefore, the objective of this study was to characterize the occurrence and concentration of steroid growth promoters in PM from feedyards. Air sampling was conducted at commercial feedyards (n = 5… CONTINUE READING
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