By V.C. Nielsen, J.H. Voorburg
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In broiler and veal calf units the smell problem is intensified for a week or two at the end of the creatures’ brief lifecycle, when the accumulated excreta and dropped feedstuff in the bedding encourage extensive fungal and bacterial growth and an extremely strong ammoniacal smell is produced. This smell builds up and is then vented outside of the building. The problems of smell nuisance are mainly associated with intensive animal production and are more acute when intensive units are close to settlements or when the units need to export excreta for disposal on other farms that are so sited.
Odour Prevention and Control of Organic Sludge and Livestock by V.C. Nielsen, J.H. Voorburg