Here are a few articles for you to read.

Browner, C. (2001). Environmental Assessment of Proposed Revisions to the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System Regulation and the Effluent Guidelines for Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations. US Environmental Protection Agency.

Bunton, B., O, ’Shaughnessy Patrick, Fitzsimmons, S., Gering, J., Hoff, S., Lyngbye, M.,
Thorne, P. S., Wasson, J., & Werner, M. (2007). Monitoring and Modeling of Emissions
from Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations: Overview of Methods. Environmental
Health Perspectives, 115(2), 303–307.

Burkholder, J., Libra, B., Weyer, P., Heathcote, S., Kolpin, D., Thorne, P. S., &
Wichman, M. (2007). Impacts of Waste from Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations
on Water Quality. Environmental Health Perspectives, 115(2), 308–312.

Casanova LM, Hill VR, Sobsey MD (2019). Antibiotic-resistant Salmonella in swine wastes and
farm surface waters. Letters in Applied Microbiology.

Casey JA, Kim BF, Larsen J, Price LB, Nachman KE. Industrial Food Animal Production and
Community Health. Curr Environ Health Rep. 2015 Sep;2(3):259-71.

Donham, K., Wing, S., Osterberg, D., & Flora, J. (2007). Community health and socioeconomic
issues surrounding concentrated animal feeding operations. Environmental
Health Perspectives.

Gao F, Zou H, Wu D, Chen S, He L, Zhang M, Bai H, Ying G (2020). Swine farming elevated the
proliferation of Acinetobacter with the prevalence of antibiotic resistance genes in the groundwater.
Environment International 136.

He L, Ying G, Liu Y, Su H, Chen J, Liu S, Zhao J (2016) Discharge of swine wastes risks water quality and food safety: Antibiotics and antibiotic resistance genes from swine sources to the receiving environments. Environment International 92-93: 210-219.

Hribar, Carrie (2010) Understanding Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations and Their Impact on Communities. National Association of National of Local Boards of Health (through Centers for Disease Control).

Hutchins, Stephen R., Mark V. White, and Susan C. Mravik (2014). Case studies on the impact
of concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) on ground water quality. US
Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, 2012.

Loftus C, Afsharinejad Z, Sampson P, Vedal S, Torres E, Arias G, Tchong-French M, Karr C (2020). Estimated time-varying exposures to air emissions from animal feeding operations and childhood asthma. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health.

Miralha, L., Muenich, R. L., Schaffer-Smith, D., & Myint, S. W. (2021). Spatiotemporal
land use change and environmental degradation surrounding CAFOs in Michigan and
North Carolina. Science of The Total Environment, 800, 149391.

Osterberg, D., & Wallinga, D. (2004). Addressing Externalities From Swine Production
to Reduce Public Health and Environmental Impacts. American Journal of Public Health,
94(10), 1703–1708.

Schultz AA, Peppard P, Gangnon RE, Malecki KMC. (2019). Residential proximity to concentrated animal feeding operations and allergic and respiratory disease.
Environment International.

Sigurdarson,S.T. & Kline, J.N. (2006). School proximity to concentrated animal feeding operations and prevalence of asthma in students. Chest, 129, 1486–1491.

Son JY, Miranda ML, Bell ML (2021). Exposure to concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) and risk of mortality in North Carolina, USA.
Science of the Total Environment

Son JY, Muenich RL, Schaffer-Smith D, Miranda ML, Bell ML (2021). Distribution of environmental justice metrics for exposure to CAFOs in North Carolina, USA.
Environmental Resources.

Thorne, P. S. (2007). Environmental Health Impacts of Concentrated Animal Feeding
Operations: Anticipating Hazards—Searching for Solutions. Environmental Health
Perspectives, 115(2), 296–297.

Zirkle, K. W., Nolan, B. T., Jones, R. R., Weyer, P. J., Ward, M. H., & Wheeler, D. C. (2016). Assessing the relationship between groundwater nitrate and animal feeding
operations in Iowa (USA). Science of the Total Environment.