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Record number 423938
Title Maatregelen ter vermindering van fijnstofemissie uit de pluimveehouderij: optimalisatie aanbrengen oliefilm op strooisel bij leghennen in volièrehuisvesting = Measures to reduce fine dust emission from poultry: optimization of oil application on litter of aviary housing for layers
Author(s) Winkel, A.; Emous, R.A. van; Mosquera Losada, J.; Nijeboer, G.M.; Hattum, T.G. van; Riel, J.W. van; Aarnink, A.J.A.; Ogink, N.W.M.
Source Lelystad : Wageningen UR Livestock Research (Rapport / Wageningen UR Livestock Research 597) - 36
Department(s) LR - Environment
Animal Nutrition
LR - Innovation Processes
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2012
Keyword(s) pluimveehouderij - hennen - eierproductie - huisvesting van kippen - volières - zaadoliën - vernevelen - strooisel - fijn stof - emissie - luchtverontreiniging - stalklimaat - poultry farming - hens - egg production - chicken housing - aviaries - seed oils - fogging - litter (plant) - particulate matter - emission - air pollution - stall climate
Categories Animal Husbandry and Environment / Air Pollution / Poultry
Abstract This report describes research into the application of a film of rapeseed oil on the litter floor of aviary housing for laying hens as a mitigation measure for particulate matter. Distribution of the oil film over the floor and dose-effect relationships were investigated. Emission reductions for PM10 were 31, 64 and 81% at dosages of 15, 30 and 45 ml/m2 respectively.
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