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Feedlot odors can be controlled

Dec 20, 2007
The recent hot, humid weather is bringing out odors at some North Dakota cattle feedlots. “Feedlots do not need to smell,” says Karl Hoppe, area Extension Service livestock specialist at North Dakota State University’s (NDSU) Carrington Research Extension Center. “Feedlots may have a slight odor, but they do not have to have an overwhelming odor.” Proper feedlot design and management are the keys to keeping smells to a minimum, he adds. ...

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