Cattle Feedlots this industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in feeding cattle for fattening.

The high risk job tasks associated with this industry are:
1 .Generate bioaerosols of animal-derived proteins
2. Inhale dust in livestock confinement building

NAICS Code 112112

See also:
"Cattle Feedlots" is in the NAICS Code "112112"
(Cattle Feedlots Feedlots (except stockyards for transportation), cattle)

- 87320/2006-09-19


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