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Chapter 6: Animal Housing Features © 2005 Thomson Delmar Learning. All rights reserved.
Key Chapter Concepts: Ventilation Lighting Gates and guards Surfaces Feed mangers and waterers Cooling systems Flexibility and expandability
Ventilation Essentials Barn orientation Wind shields and obstructions Sidewall height Openings in walls/roof Enhancements Tunnel ventilation system Bird removal
Lighting Essentials Light for worker safety Light for worker comfort Light so cows can see paths Adequate “night” for cows Enhancements Supplemental lighting for increased milk production
Gates and Guards Essentials Gates for sorting Gates for pen division Guards for feed alley Guards for waterers Enhancements Quick releases for easy opening Scissor gates
Surfaces Essentials Concrete floors are smooth Sharp edges are ground down Enhancements Grooves in concrete to prevent slippage
Feed Mangers and Waterers Essentials Food mangers are smooth 1 to 2 inches of water per cow Cattle guards to prevent manure infiltration of water Enhancements Ceramic lining of feed mangers
Cooling Systems Essentials Fans in summer Sprinklers in summer Shade for cattle Good ventilation Enhancements Heat stress reduction system of wetting and airflow
Flexibility and Expandability Essentials Thinking of future needs Easily modified facilities Enhancements Phasing plan identifying future facility needs
Chapter 13: Heifer-Raising Options © 2005 Thomson Delmar Learning. All rights reserved.
Animal Housing, Movement and Working Facilities Module 10.
Dust A major component of particulate matter that is greater than 2.5 um, but less than 10 um in diameter –PM 10 Major PM 10 sources –Dust Livestock operations.
Low Cost Modernization Low Cost Modernization “Efficiency without the big price tag” Nolan Andersen Mark Mayer Dairy & Livestock Agents.
Passive Design in the Pacific Environment Passive Design in the Pacific Environment PASSIVE DESIGN FOR THERMAL COMFORT IN A TROPICAL ENVIRONMENT Neil Purdie.
Low Cost Facilities The Entire system –Designed for 20 cows –Materials -Railroad ties -Cattle Panels -pine slab wood -2x12’s -2x10’s Total Cost ==$325.
Heat Stress Lessons Learned and Reducing the Impact 134 Call Hall Manhattan, KS Dr. Micheal Brouk OABP Spring Meeting.
Heat Stress in Dairy Cattle Akrum Hamdy Akrum Hamdy.
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Chapter 11: Manure Handling Options © 2005 Thomson Delmar Learning. All rights reserved.
A New Language Shining the Light on Passive Solar Features and Retrofit Possibilities.
Ornamental Horticulture Chapter 19. Why do we need growing structures? Provides controlled growing environment Growth when outdoor environment is.
Lesson 1 Determining Livestock Facility Needs. Next Generation Science/Common Core Standards Addressed! RST.11 ‐ 12.7 Integrate and evaluate multiple.
Chapter 10 Sanitary Facilities and Equipment. A well-designed kitchen will address: Workflow It must keep food out of the temperature danger zone as.
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BEEF FEEDLOT FACILITIES By David R. Hawkins Michigan State University.
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Animal Housing and Equipment Beef and Dairy Animal Science Unit 6.
Chris mccain Wayne biddy. The sun is a medium sized star that radiates energy from nuclear fusion reactions in its core. The small fraction of energy.
1 HOUSE AS A SYSTEM Steps to Healthier Homes. 2 L EARNING O BJECTIVE IDENTIFY three important housing systems that contribute to a comfortable living.
The Portland Street Building Back to “Select a building” Back to “Select a building” NatVent Presentation of the building Presentation of the building.
Building Envelope. Physical separator between interior and exterior spaces – Walls – Floors – Roofs – Fenestrations (any opening in the structure) – Doors.
Chicken Housing Ms. Morris Adapted from:
Passive Cooling. Natural Ventilation Air Cooling Shades.
Animal Psychology and Livestock Handling Techniques Dr. Fred Rayfield South Region Livestock Specialist Georgia Agriculture Education To accompany Georgia.
Smart energy in Europe. Heat losses and gains Termografhy of a building.
1 HOT WORK PROCEDURES Welding and Hot Work, such as brazing or grinding present a significant opportunity for fire and injury. CCR Title 8 Sub Chapter.
Temporary Housing Poultry. Situations ●Natural Disasters – Displacement – Rescue ●Animal Health Emergency – Quarantine – In-transit Just In Time Training.
L. De Wet. Compare Durban and Bloemfontein weather Indices quantify effects of environment on human beings T or solar radiation = absolute measure.
The Renson Headquarters Renovation issue Renovation issue Major findings Major findings The RENSON- The RENSON- Headquarters More information... More information...
Provide Proper Care for Your Animals Good Production Practice #8 Food Animal Quality Assurance Youth Curriculum Guide.
Kevin Bekkers, P.Eng. NS Agriculture, Antigonish.
MAIN ENTRANCE SOUTH EAST VIEW NORTH EAST VIEW.
Topic C1 Superstructures - walls. Functions of a wall Transfer loads from the building to the foundation (load-bearing walls) Resist heat transfer Reduce.
Passive Heating and Cooling. Passive Design Uses ambient energy sources instead of purchased energy – Daylighting – Natural ventilation – Solar energy.
Housing Service Review Plan for the coming period 24 November 2014.
Cultural influence in Architecture: Admin Use of Clusters of buildings that are rectangular in shape from master planning to unit level.
Passive Solar House A passive solar house is heated by the sun’s energy.
Housing and Equipment Systems Objective: Describe the housing and equipment used in the beef, swine and poultry industry.
HVACR416 - Design Heat Loss / Heat Gain Part 2. External Loads The greatest external load is the sun. The suns heat can get into a building in one of.
ARC 810: Building Climatology Department of Architecture, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria ARC 810: Building Climatology Department of.
Chapter 17: How Will Needed Products and Services Be Acquired? © 2005 Thomson Delmar Learning. All rights reserved.
Feeding and Managing Dairy Cattle Part1. Objectives Analyze the production practices involved in the care of dairy calves from birth to weaning. Analyze.
Persian - Passive Cooling Systems Early designs provided a non-mechanical system for cooling the entire structure via natural convection.
Joe Bateman, ISRI Safety 1 Machine Guarding. ISRI Safety 2 Introduction Machine guards are essential for protecting workers from needless and preventable.
9. THERMAL MASS Thermal mass is a measure of a material's capacity to absorb heating or cooling energy. Materials such as concrete or bricks are highly.
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