The High Price of Ammonia in Poultry Houses
Ammonia is a colorless, water-soluble gas that is formed mostly by the bacterial degradation of uric acid in the litter. With its far-reaching effects on bird health and performance, worker safety and the surrounding environment, ammonia is the biggest air quality concern in all poultry houses. The presence of ammonia is a certainty with poultry, so whether you clean out after every flock or use built up litter, ammonia must be managed.
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