Air and Environmental Quality in Livestock and Agricultural Buildings (Sustainable Energy Developments)
Good housing environment that promotes high production efficiency, excellent health and optimal welfare for different livestock species is an essential aspect of sustainable animal production. This book is written for all those who are involved in managing the production efficiency, health and welfare conditions of housed livestock on commercial farms, including farm workers, animal scientists, veterinarians, agricultural engineers and students. The appropriate management of livestock buildings is an ever improving professional endeavour and this book is set out to review the 'current best practice management' in relation to air quality management of livestock buildings that have to be managed correctly to generate environmental conditions that will enhance the production efficiency, health and welfare of livestock, the health of farm workers and people living near farming operations. Contributions to this book are from highly respected specialists from around the world. All key areas of air quality management are reviewed in this book, including sources of pollution, measurement techniques, effects of airborne pollutants and abatement methods.Issues such as the control of emissions, role of hygiene, maintenance of optimal air quality, the management of aerial environment as well as the use of modern technological tools in aid building management will be discussed in this publication. This book will provide a unique forum for leading international experts to convey up-to-date information to professionals involved in modern animal production.
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