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Bad Poultry Litter Management will Cost You A Lot!
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If you allow poultry litter to get too wet, ammonia, a gas that smells like urine, will be released. Levels as low as 25 part per million can create costly challenges for you. At that level, you can not even detect it with your nose. Manage your litter well and boost your birds' performance. Your birds will grow well, lay well and will be less prone to diseases. Read how to manage your poultry litter. http://www.farmersjoint.com/blog/livesto...s-control/
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