Ammonia Sensors in Poultry Houses

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May 8, 2020
Would you have interest in a dry bacteria that reduces ammonia and compost litter in poultry houses?
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Dr. Mike Czarick Dr. Mike Czarick
Agricultural Engineer
May 8, 2020
Randie Marah Sorry that is out of my area of expertise.
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Kapil Manwal Kapil Manwal
masters in animal nutrition
May 9, 2020

it is very good and we, most of the time, ignore it. Ammonia it is the sort of silent things which can damage the birds slowly and without any visible issues many times but birds are under stress and you lose performance.

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May 11, 2020
I think farmers can use a dewatering machine to dry the chicken manure in time.
So Ammonia can be effectively reduced
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Emmanuel Nwaotule Emmanuel Nwaotule
Higher Diploma In Animal Health and Husbandry
May 28, 2020

Ammonia is one the silent killer in poultry pens. If unchecked, it causes severe respiratory and production problems to the stocks. This is normally a management problem. If manures are removed when due, the stock population is controlled, beddings are properly managed and the ventilation is properly monitored, then ammonia issues will be a little challenge to both the flocks and caretakers.

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