Reducing Emissions from Cattle Feedlots and Dairies

 

CAFO Air Quality is a special research project funded by the USDA – National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA). The multi-agency project is designed to conduct field and laboratory research to develop science-based emission factors and abatement technologies for dust (particulate matter), ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, odor, and volatile compounds from cattle feedlots and dairies in Texas and Kansas. The air quality initiative involves more than 20 scientists and engineers representing five agencies or universities each with the common goal to deliver and transfer education and technological advancements to feedlot and dairy operators and agencies.

 

 

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What’s New

Annual Air Quality meeting - Jan. 24-25 - Amarillo, Tx