Air emissions from animal agriculture operations and their associated manure storage are being examined more closely as a way to mitigate potentially harmful gases and odors. Manure additives and litter amendments go right to the source and are used to change one or more characteristics of manure to try and reduce emissions emissions of odorous gases. The materials on this page were developed to assist educators and professors who include manure additives or litter amendments as a topic in their classrooms or educational programs.
Sanjay Shah, Garry Grabow, Philip Westerman, North Carolina State University
Sanjay Shah, Philip Westerman, James Parsons, North Carolina State University
These are from a 2008 conference hosted by Iowa State University
These materials were developed by the Air Quality Education in Animal Agriculture (AQEAA) project with with financial support from the National Research Initiative Competitive Grant 2007-55112-17856 from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
For questions about the materials on this page contact Dr. Kevin Janni, University of Minnesota (firstname.lastname@example.org). For questions about the AQEAA project, contact Dr. Rick Stowell, Unviersity of Nebraska (email@example.com).
If you have presentations, photos, video, publications, or other instructional materials that could be added to the curricula on this page, please contact Dr. Janni or Jill Heemstra (firstname.lastname@example.org).