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You are here: Home Research Livestock Technology Folder_Projects 2018-06-01 EmiMin - Investigation of the efficiency of process-integrated, structural and technical measures to reduce emissions of ammonia, odour and methane from pig and dairy cattle husbandry and implementation of a data platform

2018-06-01 EmiMin - Investigation of the efficiency of process-integrated, structural and technical measures to reduce emissions of ammonia, odour and methane from pig and dairy cattle husbandry and implementation of a data platform

Milk production, greenhouse gases, methane, ammonia, emission reduction, slatted floor

 

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION

 

Within the joint project „Emission reduction in livestock farming – individual measures“ (EmiMin), selected, currently available process integrated, structural and technical measures are investigated regarding their efficiency to reduce emissions from livestock housings under conditions of German animal production. Emission reduction efficiencies and emission factors for ammonia, odour and methane will be derived. The investigations are based on the internationally agreed VERA measurement protocol and comprise measures and combinations of measures as well as their optimization in forced-ventilated barns of breeding and fattening pig farms, freely ventilated houses with outdoor exercise areas for fattening pigs and in freely ventilated dairy cattle houses. For the investigation of the emission reduction of outdoor areas of houses, the method of measurement with artificial tracer gas will be further developed and adapted. The results and data of the joint research project will be documented in a research database, published in the “Repository for Life Sciences” and made available for further research purposes. Data processing and publication are supported throughout the project by a data management plan.

The subproject of the Institute of Agricultural Engineering of the University of Bonn investigates low-emission perforated floors in dairy barns.

Link BLE

Link Uni Bonn

 

 

PROJECT TEAM

 

IN COOPERATION WITH


Christian‐Albrechts‐Universität zu Kiel, Institut für Landwirtschaftliche Verfahrenstechnik, Prof. Dr. habil. Eberhard Hartung

Deutsche Zentralbibliothek für Medizin (ZB MED) – Informationszentrum Lebenswissenschaften, Köln, Birte Lindstädt

Kuratorium für Technik und Bauwesen in der Landwirtschaft e.V. (KTBL), Darmstadt,Dr. Martin Kunisch

Leibniz‐Institut für Agrartechnik und Bioökonomie e.V. (ATB), Abteilung Technik in der Tierhaltung, Univ.‐Prof. Dr. Thomas Amon

Universität Hohenheim, Institut für Agrartechnik, apl. Prof. Dr. Eva Gallmann

 

 

 

PROJECT FUNDING

 

 

Die Förderung erfolgt aus Mitteln des Zweckvermögens des Bundes bei der Landwirtschaftlichen Rentenbank, Frankfurt am Main.

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