Commercial Poultry Farming Articles

  • Poultry processing - Ammonia removal case study

    Background: A poultry plant in the South of England processes up to 100,000 birds per week. The company operates an Activated Sludge plant followed by a Rotating Biological Contactor the whole system being required to produce effluent ammonia of 20 mg/l. Whilst the treatment plant was able to reach this standard when it was first installed, the success of the company meant that more and more ...


    By Bio Systems Europe

  • A new method of poultry litter application to perennial pasture: Subsurface banding

    Recently, incorporation of poultry litter by subsurface band application into pasture has been shown to reduce surface runoff transport of nutrients; however, data to evaluate the impact of this potential management strategy on forage production, forage nutrient concentrations, or the accumulation of soil nutrients after multiyear applications is limited. Therefore, two experiments, one in ...

  • Ethanol Fundamentals

    What’s Ethanol? Ethanol is an alcohol-based alternative fuel produced from crops such as corn, barley, and wheat or from 'cellulosic biomass' such as trees and grasses. Brazil and the US together account for nearly 70% of global ethanol production. Virtually all US ethanol requirements today are satisfied by domestic production. Today All gasoline vehicles are capable of operating on ...


    By BSC Sustainability Services

  • Assessment of the mycoflora of commercial poultry feeds sold in the humid tropical environment of Imo State, Nigeria

    Abstract: This study was carried out to identify the common moulds growing in selected commercial poultry feed sold in Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria. Forty-eight bulk samples derived from192 bags of feeds were collected from broiler starter (BS), broiler finishers (BF), grower mash (GM) and layer mash (LM) across 4 different brands of commercial poultry feeds, which included Livestock (LF), Top (TF) ...

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