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Globally, an estimated 3.2% of human deaths are attributable to unsafe water, a problem particularly acute in rural areas in the developing world (World Health Organization, 2009). However, only a small fraction of these deaths are directly attributable to zoonotic diseases from livestock. Livestock manure can harbor a wide range of bacterial, viral, and parasitic pathogens (Table 1) . These microbial pathogens can be mobilized from land-applied manure to surface water, leach into groundwater,doi:10.2527/af.2012-0039 fatcat:wttlymptm5dsvgimi32zajboge