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Odor Emissions from Cattle and Swine Slurry
Published by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan www.asabe.orgCitation: Paper number 014098, 2001 ASAE Annual Meeting. (doi: 10.13031/2013.3541) @2001
Authors: Huegle, Thomas U., Dr., Andree, Helga, Dr.
Keywords: livestock, cattle, swine, slurry, odor, odor concentration, odor intensity, hedonic odor tone, olfactometry
In a systematically designed experiment, slurry from swine and cattle stalls was
collected and frozen. After thawing, samples of both slurry types were temperated exactly at
10C, 20C and 30C in a water bath and stored there for 24 hours. Odor samples were taken
from the airspace above the slurry samples and analyzed with the olfactometer MANNEBECK
TO 7, with reference to odor concentration, odor intensity and hedonic odor tone.