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Odor and Emissions from dairy operations are an environmental and societal concern. While addressing odor is a neighbor relations concern, emissions such as ammonia and hydrogen sulfide are potential health, air quality, and regulatory concern. Odor and emissions can come from three primary source locations on a dairy farm: animal facilities, manure storages, and land application of manure.

2020 Dairy Manure Odor Perception and Management Series

Quantifying Emissions

Hydrogen Sulfide


  • Ammonia in Animal Production: a Review