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NC State engineers develop systems to reduce swine odors

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Mention hog farms and what immediately comes to mind are the odors from lagoons and production houses. Recently, swine odors have caused quite a stink among hog farmers and their neighbors-so much so that they have been the subject of a governor's blue ribbon commission study. Now, thanks to NC State University engineering professors and a taste and smell expert at Duke University, help is on the way to find a solution to the problem of odors in pork production. The team of researchers is developing a biofiltration system to help farmers monitor and control the odors produced by hog farm operations

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Robotics & Automation Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 2 )

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Jun 1998

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