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Conservation Pasture Management On Antimicrobial Resistance Bacteria in Water and Soil Systems: Longitudinal Analysis Over 13 Years

Investigators
Owens, Casey; Moore Jr P A; Pote D H; Ashworth A J; Willett C D
Institutions
University of Arkansas
Start date
2017
End date
2022
Objective
Our primary objective in the proposed study will be to identify, enumerate, and determine movement and fate of Antimicrobial resistant bacteria (AMR) (e.g. Escherichia (E.) coli) through the life cycle of broiler chickens (antibiotic induction?to excreta via poultry litter?through soil?to water runoff) over a 13-yr period based on pasture management [hayed (H), continuously grazed (CG), rotationally grazed (R), rotationally grazed with a buffer strip (RB), and rotationally grazed with a fenced riparian buffer (RBR)]. Secondly, we will assess potential functional shifts in soil microbiological structure and community richness based on AMR bacterial presence and management.
Funding Source
Agricultural Research Service
Project source
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Project number
6022-63000-005-08S
Accession number
433141
Categories
Viruses and Prions
Bacterial Pathogens