Nuisance Odor Prevention Training for Poultry Producers
- Date of Publication
- July 7, 2021
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Course Information Preventing odors from poultry growing operations not only makes you a good neighbor and community member, it is simply the right thing to do. Topics include:Methods for reducing odors at poultry facilities and farmsTips for land application of litterState-mandated odor control plansThis online course meets state law that requires some poultry farm owners to receive training and provides accreditation for poultry producers in nuisance odor prevention. To earn a course completion certificate, learners must visit all learning materials and pass the Final Exam with a 100%.
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