Ammonia emitted from poultry excreta in conventional confinement housing systems can result in concerns related to occupational hygiene for workers, the welfare of laying hens and the environment, researchers Matt Oryschak and Eduardo Beltranena with Alberta Agriculture & Forestry and the University of Alberta in Canada said in recorded presentations (abstracts 198 and 199) to the virtual Poultry Science Assn. annual meeting this week.
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