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New aspects of stall climate control in animal production with regard to energy consumption


, : New aspects of stall climate control in animal production with regard to energy consumption. Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin 38(8): 307-313

The development of ventilation systems in the German Democratic Republic is reviewed with specific reference to the revised standard TGL 29 084 which aims at reduced energy and material costs. Mechanical and natural ventilation systems are discussed, and examples of specific systems given.


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