Content tagged "odors"

Additive to Mitigate Odor and Hydrogen Sulfide Gas Risk from Gypsum Bedded Dairy Manure

Animal Manure Management Updated: May 05, 2017

Dangerous levels of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) gas released from gypsum-bedding-laden dairy manure storages have imposed risks to animal and human health, as...

Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Emissions from Beef Feedlot Pen Surface as Affected by Within Pen Location, Moisture, and Temperature

Animal Manure Management Updated: March 16, 2015

Determine the effects of moisture, temperature and within pen location on odorous emissions from pen surfaces generated from cattle fed a diet containing 30%...

Use of zilpaterol hydrocholoride to reduce odors and gas production from the feedlot surface when beef cattle are fed diets with or without ethanol byproducts

Animal Manure Management Updated: March 16, 2015

Many malodorous compounds emitted from the feedlot surface of beef finishing facilities result from protein degradation of feces and urine (Mackie et al.,...

Effects of Subsurface Litter Application Technology on Odor

Animal Manure Management Updated: March 13, 2015

Manure handling and application to agricultural land from animal facilities creates odor nuisances where population sprawl encroaches into once rural areas....

Swine Manure Odor Reduction Using a Humic Amendment: On-Farm Demonstration

Animal Manure Management Updated: March 13, 2015

Odor-related nuisance complaints associated with animal production facilities are on the rise as residential sprawl encroaches on once rural areas. The...

Making Sense of Smells – Communicating Odors to Diverse Audiences

Animal Manure Management Updated: November 06, 2013

Waste to Worth home | More proceedings....Example of odor visualization system using colors and shapes to replace chemical jargon.Smell is perhaps the least...

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