Paul Ebner

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Extension Program

Extension Focus

  • Education programs for non-agriculture audiences on food animal production
  • International Extension
  • Food Safety and Security
     

Extension Programs

CAFOs - Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations
CAFOs - Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations

 

Food Animal Education Network 
Food Animal Education Network
 
 

Extension Publications​

1. Sajder K and Ebner P*. 2016. Milk Quality Assessment: A Transferrable Model for Introducing International Agriculture. Submitted.

2. Constantinescu A, Borlea F, Russell M, Ebner PD*. 2016. Service learning as a means of introducing international agriculture and extension into the undergraduate curriculum. Submitted.

3. Ebner PD*, Ghoryar AM, McNamara K, Amini R, Azizi E, Faqiri AE, Isaqzai NA, Rahimi Z, Sakhee N, Sarwary S, Sofizada M. 2016. Quality and safety assessment of milk in Herat Province, Afghanistan. Submitted (under revision).

4. Ebner P*, McNamara K, Deering A, Oliver H, Rahimi M, Faisal H. 2016. Herat University: Industry Input in Developing Workforce Focused Food Technology Curricula in Afghanistan. Submitted (under revision).

5. Ebner PD*, Ghoryar AM, Shahkes AS, Ghanizadah AZ. 2016. Milk quality and safety manual. Purdue University Extension Publication. ID-AS631.

6. Ebner P*, Ogle T, Hall T, DeBoer L, Henderson J. 2016. County regulations of confined feeding operations in Indianaa: An Overview. Research for the Indiana State Legislature. Purdue University Extension Publication. ID-466-W.

7. Ebner P, Ogle T*, Hall T, DeBoer L, Henderson J. 2016. County regulations of confined feeding operations in Indiana: County factsheets. Research for the Indiana State Legislature. Purdue University Extension Publication. ID-467-W.

8. Marshall A and Ebner PD*. 2015. Pulsenet: Using technology to track foodborne illnesses. Purdue University Extension Publication. ID-AS-630.

9. Howe K, Howe L, Ebner PD*. 2012. Foodborne Illness Trends in the United States.

10. Hayes S, Ebner PD*. 2012. Proper Preparation is Essential for Food Safety.

11. Clark S, Daly R, Jordan E, Mathew A, Ebner P*. 2012. Enhancing Educational Approaches for Future Changes in Biosecurity and Antibiotic Use in Animal Agriculture. Journal of Animal Science. 90:2861-2872. (Invited paper).

12. Massow A and Ebner PD*. 2010. CAFOs and public health: antimicrobial resistance in Denmark following reductions in the use of antimicrobials in livestock and poultry production. ID-420.

13. Ebner PD*. 2009. CAFOs and public health: MRSA and livestock production. Purdue University Extension Publication. ID-413.

14. Ebner PD*. 2008. BMPs and unabsorbed antibiotics. National Livestock and Poultry Environmental Learning Center Website.

15. Ebner PD*. 2008. Hormone use in livestock production: how much? National Livestock and Poultry Enrionmental Learning Center Website.

16. Ebner PD*. 2008. Hormone use in livestock production: impact. National Livestock and Poultry Environmental Learning Center Website.

17. Ebner PD*. 2008. CAFOs and public health: odor and its possible effects on health. Purdue University Extension Publication. ID-641.

18. Ebner PD*. 2007. CAFOs and public health: the fate of unabsorbed antibiotics. Purdue University Cooperative Extnesion Publication. ID-348.

19. Ebner PD*. 2007. CAFOs and public health: the issue of antibiotic resistance. Purdue University Cooperative Extension Publication. ID-349.

20. Ebner PD*. 2007. CAFOs and public health: the fate of manure pathogens. Purdue University Cooperative Extension Publication. ID-356.

21. Wall SK, Ebner PD*. 2007. CAFOs and public health: emissions and respiratory illnesses in neighbors. Purdue University Cooperative Extension Publication. ID-358.

 

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