Yesterday the Post had an article describing a state-of-the-art CAFO, in the context of H1N1 flu and the dangers of pig-human transmission. I suspect some may quarrel with sentences such as:"CAFOs such as Schott's are inherently safer than backyard pig farms, where the animals mingle with people and birds fly overhead."
As I think I've said before, a CAFO is to older farming as an airplane is to a car. It's a safer mode of transportation, but a whole lot scarier and, when it fails, does a whole lot more damage.
Read the whole piece.