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Broiler Litter Management

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The detrimental effects of ammonia in poultry production have been known for years. Numerous laboratory and field studies have shown how ammonia affects bird health and performance. Continued exposure to ammonia levels in the poultry house as low as 10 parts per million (ppm) can damage the bird's respiratory system and allow infectious agents to become established, leading to declining flock health and performance. In addition, body weight, feed efficiency, and condemnation rate will be poorer in birds exposed to levels of ammonia that exceed 25 ppm. The volatilization of ammonia has been attributed to microbial ...
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By Casey W. Ritz, Brian D. Fairchild, and Michael P. Lacy Extension Poultry Scientists, University of Georgia - Quality of chicks, feed and water are all of great concern to broiler producers; but quality of litter in broiler houses is seldom given sufficient emphasis. Litter Quality and Broiler Performance - By Casey W. Ritz, Brian D. Fairchild, and Michael P. Lacy Extension Poultry Scientists, University of Georgia - Quality of chicks, feed and water are all of great concern to broiler producers; but quality of litter in broiler houses is seldom given sufficient emphasis. This is unfortunate because birds are in continuous ... market research, surveys and trends

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... single agricultural commodity, with farm gate value of more than $4 billion .... STEP 2: Determine Your Broiler Litter Management Risk Ranking .... The total nitrogen content of fresh poultry litter is usually 3 percent or more by ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
ACES Publications : POULTRY GUARD AS A LITTER AMENDMENT : ANR-1209
The volatilization of ammonia has been attributed to microbial decomposition of nitrogenous compounds, principally uric acid, in poultry house litter. Numerous laboratory and field studies have shown how ammonia affects bird health and performance. Continued exposure to ammonia levels in the poultry house as low as 10 parts per million (ppm) can damage the bird's respiratory system and allow infectious agents to become established, leading to declining flock health and performance. Body weight, feed efficiency, and condemnation rate may be poorer in birds exposed to levels of ammonia that exceed 25 ppm. Litter pH ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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