Air Emissions From Cattle Feedyards and Dairies

Dairy, Animal Manure Management April 23, 2012 Print Friendly and PDF

How do researchers measure air emissions from open lots? What are they learning about ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, and particulate matter (dust) emissions? This presentation was originally broadcast on March 27, 2009.

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Measuring Air Emissions From Open Lots

Brent Auvermann, Texas AgriLife Research (12 minutes)

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Ammonia Emissions

Rick Todd, USDA ARS (10 minutes)

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Hydrogen Sulfide Emissions

Ken Casey, Texas AgriLife Research (12 minutes)

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Strategies to Reduce Ammonia Emissions

Andy Cole, USDA ARS (5 minutes)

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Quantifying Particulate Matter (PM) Emissions

Russell McGee, Texas AgriLife Research (7 minutes)

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Controlling Particulate Matter (PM) Emissions

Ronaldo Maghirang, Kansas State University (8 minutes)

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