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Reference Type: Electronic Resource
Title: Ventilation and Cooling Systems for Animal Housing
Primary Authors: Vern Grubinger; Scott Sanford
Published: Washington State University Extension, 2011
Abstract: Livestock production is significantly influenced by animal health and comfort. Ventilation of animal housing to remove moisture and odors and replacing them with fresh air is necessary for livestock productivity. Ventilation also provides air movement that promotes cooling and improves air quality for confined animals. While good ventilation contributes to profitability, if not properly designed, the energy used by a cooling and ventilation system can significantly reduce those profits.
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Tags: energy efficiency
Ag Matters Catalog ID: 363