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Concrete Inspection in Swine Buildings

Kris Kohl, Kapil Arora, Brian Dougherty, Shawn Shouse, Kristina TeBockhorst
Concrete is a significant financial cost in every modern swine building. The concrete pit, foundation, columns, beams, and slats are structural parts that should last 25-100 years, but if structural failures occur, they can be catastrophic to livestock and their caretakers. This publication discusses inspection and maintenance for the major components of a swine building, including visual references.

Pages / Length: 4
Publication Date: 03/2021

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