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Practices To Reduce Dust And Particulates From Livestock Operations Flowchart, Wendy J. Powers Jan 2005

Practices To Reduce Dust And Particulates From Livestock Operations Flowchart, Wendy J. Powers

Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications

Practices to control dust and particulate emissions associated with livestock can be applied to animal housing and manure storage areas. This fact sheet is designed to provide producers with information on relative costs and effectiveness of dust and particulate control practices. This fact sheet accompanies, Practices to Reduce Dust and Particulates from Livestock Operations , (PM 1973a).


Practices To Reduce Dust And Particulates From Livestock Operations, Wendy J. Powers Jul 2004

Practices To Reduce Dust And Particulates From Livestock Operations, Wendy J. Powers

Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications

Practices to control particulate and dust emissions associated with livestock production can be applied to animal housing and manure storage areas. This document provides an overview of various practices for each situation, highlights their advantages and disadvantages, and allows producers to make informed choices after evaluating production and economic aspects of their operations


Air Quality And Animal Agriculture, Angela M. Rieck-Hinz, Jeffery C. Lorimor, Wendy J. Powers, Hongwei Xin Mar 2003

Air Quality And Animal Agriculture, Angela M. Rieck-Hinz, Jeffery C. Lorimor, Wendy J. Powers, Hongwei Xin

Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications

Air quality and potential gaseous emission from animal feeding operations (AFOs) are a concern among Iowans. Rural residents are concerned with odors and emissions from AFOs that may affect their health, property values, and the environment. Livestock producers are concerned with possible effects on their own family members and employees, the environment, and the health and productivity of the livestock.