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Reference Type: Electronic Resource
Title: Natural ventilation for livestock housing
Primary Authors: Jones,D. D.
Published: 1980, Purdue University, Cooperative Extension Service, West Lafayette, IN
Abstract: Most livestock producers are aware of the importance and benefits of a good ventilation system for removing excess moisture and heat and for improving the building environment in general. So the question is not whether there is merit in good ventilation, but how to obtain it. There are two methods of ventilating livestock housing--mechanical (fan) and natural (gravity or non-mechanical). This publication will deal with natural ventilation, its advantages and drawbacks, where it can be used, principles that operate in a natural system, and finally, basic considerations in the design and management of such a system
WorldCat ID: 58044279  WorldCatLogo
Tags: energy efficiency
Ag Matters Catalog ID: 130