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Control of the environment in poultry rearing units: norms applicable to fowl houses



Control of the environment in poultry rearing units: norms applicable to fowl houses



Bulletin d' Information, Station Experimentale d' Aviculture de Ploufragan, France 27(1; 2/3): 3...103



This two-part paper discusses in detail building materials, design, situation, insulation, flooring, roofing, ventilation, internal air circulation, humidity, dust, ammonia, and temperature gradients, in respect of the creation of an optimum rearing environment for poultry.

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