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Farm Management  >  Manure & Air Quality  >  PM 3062

Air Quality in Bedded Mono-Slope Beef Barns

Beth Doran , Kris Kohl , Angela Rieck-Hinz

Find research data about gas concentrations and dust associated with bedding, ventilation, and manure handling systems in mono-slope barns. Data were gathered from studies conducted in Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota.

Pages / Length: 8
Publication Date: 11/2013
Available Inventory: 1453

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