Sources and Resources for "A Fowl Plague"

GRAIN, “Fowl Play: The Poultry Industry’s Central Role in the Bird Flu Crisis,” February 2006.

Michael Greger, Bird Flu: A Virus of Our Own Hatching (Draft), 2006.

The World Bank, Agriculture and Rural Development Department, Managing the Livestock Revolution, Policy, and Technology to Address the Negative Impacts of a Fast-Growing Sector, (Washington, D.C.: June 2005).

Christopher Delgado, Clare Narrod, and Marites M. Tiongcoz, Project on Livestock Industrialization, Trade, and Social-Environmental-Health Impacts in Developing Countries, July 2003, fao.org/WAIRDOCS/LEAD/X6170E/x6170e00.htm#Contents.

Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying, and Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India, “Development of Rural Backyard Poultry, Concept Paper for a New Initiative,” dahd.nic.in/poultryconcept.htm, viewed June 2006.

Lyla Bavadam and Anupama Katakam, “Bird Flu Arrives in India,” Frontline, 25 February-10 March 2006.

Daniel Williams, “Spooked by Bird Flu, Egyptians Hoard Water, Residents of Cairo Fear Chickens Dumped in the Nile Could Infect Their Drinking Supply,” Washington Post, 26 February 2006.

Keith Sones, “Small-scale Poultry Producers: Falling Foul of Avian Flu?” New Agriculturalist On-Line, 1 May 2006.

“More Investment in Agriculture Will Reduce Migration, Improve Urban Life: UN Agency,” UN Daily News Digest, 5 June 2006.

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