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Dust, ammonia, and carbon dioxide emissions from a poultry house



Dust, ammonia, and carbon dioxide emissions from a poultry house



Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 93-4056): 11 pp.



Emission rates of dust, ammonia (NH3), and carbon dioxide (CO2) from a mechanically-ventilated commercial laying house were determined for eighteen 24 h sampling days. Bird age and air temp. did not significantly influence emission rates.

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