Biochemical identification and biological origin of key odor components in livestock waste.

@article{Mackie1998BiochemicalIA,
  title={Biochemical identification and biological origin of key odor components in livestock waste.},
  author={R. I. Mackie and Peter George Stroot and Vincent Henry Varel},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  year={1998},
  volume={76 5},
  pages={
          1331-42
        }
}
Animal production results in conversion of feeds into valuable products such as meat, milk, eggs, and wool as well as into unavoidable and less desirable waste products. Intensification of animal numbers and increasing urbanization has resulted in considerable attention to odorous gases produced from animal wastes. It is clear that animal manure was, and still is, a valuable resource. However, it may be a major obstacle to future development of the animal industry if its impact on the… CONTINUE READING
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