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Air quality was moni tored in a typical brooder and grower turkey barn near Edmonton, AB. Ammonia, carbon dioxide, airborne dust, temperature, and ven tilation rates were measured on a semi-hourly basis over a 24-h period during weeks 2, 3,4,and 5 in the brooder barn and weeks 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14,and 15 inthegrower barn. Both concentration and production rate data are reported. The levels of aerial contaminants were acceptable in the brooder barn and unacceptable in the grower barn.
J J R Feddes andZ.J. Lickso 1993. AIR QUALITY IN COMMERCIAL TURKEY HOUSING. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 35(2):147-150.
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