Feeding Strategies To Reduce Animal Air Emissions Webcast

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What strategies are effective in reducing air emission from animals? Learn more about research into beef, dairy and swine. This presentation was originally broadcast on January 16, 2009. More...

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Dietary Effects on Air Emissions: Beef Cattle

Andy Cole, USDA ARS (14 minutes)

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Mitigation of Nitrogen Excretion Through Dietary Manipulations

Mark Hanigan, Virginia Tech (14 minutes)

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Targeted Feeding Strategies to Reduce Dairy Air Emissions

Alex Hristov, Pennsylvania State (10 minutes)

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Feeding Strategies to Reduce Air Emissions: Swine

Scott Carter, Oklahoma State (13 minutes)

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  • Cole, N. A., 2006. Update on recent protein research for finishing beef cattle fed steam flaked corn-based diets. Proceedings Southwest Nutrition and Management Conference. Feb. 23-24, 2006. Tempe, AZ. pg 67-87. View paper
  • A review of ammonia emission mitigation techniques for concentrated animal feeding operations. View paper

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