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    Netherlands – Estimates on ammonia emissions in 2020

    16-May-2011 (7 years 3 months 3 days ago)
    The Agrarian Research Institute of the University of Wageningen (LEI) has carried out a study on the estimation of ammonia emissions in 2020. According to data obtained, emissions will reach 100 million kilograms, which, in comparison with 2007, represents a decrease of 20 million kilograms. These figures do not include the use of chemical fertilizers in the greenhouse horticulture sector and the gardening sector, nor co-fermentation.
    Netherlands – Estimates on ammonia emissions in 2020

    The Effect of Dietary Sodium Humate Supplementation on Nutrient Digestibility in Growing Pigs

    04-Feb-2011 (7 years 6 months 15 days ago)
    A total of 16 crossbred (Large White × Landrace) castrated male pigs averaging 30.0 ± 2.5 kg were used in two trials (2 × 8 pigs) to determine apparent nutrient digestibility. The control group received feed mixture consisting of wheat and barley. In the experimental group, 3% proportion of wheat was replaced by sodium humate.
    The Effect of Dietary Sodium Humate Supplementation on Nutrient Digest

    Farming systems and environment: Effects of available surface on gaseous emissions from group-housed gestating sows kept on deep litter

    15-Nov-2010 (7 years 9 months 4 days ago)
    In the European Union, the group-housed pregnant sows have to have a minimal legal available area of 2.25 m2/sow. However, it has been observed that an increased space allowance reduces agonistic behaviour and consecutive wounds and thus induces better welfare conditions. But, what about the environmental impacts of this greater available area?
    Farming systems and environment: Effects of available surface on gaseo

    Comparison of ammonia and greenhouse gas emissions from fattening pigs kept either on partially slatted floor in cold conditions or on fully slatted floor in thermoneutral conditions

    26-May-2010 (8 years 2 months 24 days ago)
    Continuous measurements of ammonia and greenhouse gas were achieved on exhaust air from two fattening rooms differing by the type of floor (totally slatted vs partially slatted floor) and the ambient temperature. Temperature was regulated at 18°C in the room with partially slatted floor (room CP18) and 24°C in the room with fully slatted floor (CI24).
    Comparison of ammonia and greenhouse gas emissions from fattening pigs