Ammonia emissions from field-simulated cattle defecation and urination.

@article{Mulvaney2008AmmoniaEF,
  title={Ammonia emissions from field-simulated cattle defecation and urination.},
  author={Michael J. Mulvaney and Keith A. Cummins and Charles Wesley Wood and B. H. Wood and Patty J Tyler},
  journal={Journal of environmental quality},
  year={2008},
  volume={37 6},
  pages={2022-7}
}
Atmospheric ammonia (NH(3)) is a concern because of its environmental impact. The greatest contribution to atmospheric NH(3) comes from agricultural sources. This study quantified NH(3) volatilization from cattle defecation and urination on pasture under field conditions in Auburn, Alabama. Treatments consisted of beef feces, dairy feces, dairy urine, and a… CONTINUE READING