ASABE revises manure odor management standard.June 11, 2012 -
Revised standard, ASAE EP379.5 APR2012, Management of Manure Odors, corrects outdated acknowledges and includes updated reference information as noted in most recent periodic review of the document. Additional wording clarifications and format changes were also included in revision.
ASABE Revises Manure Odor Management Standard
American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers
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Press release date: May 25, 2012
ST JOSEPH, MICHIGAN- The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) announces the publication of a newly revised standard on management of manure odors.
The revised standard, ASAE EP379.5 APR2012, Management of Manure Odors, corrects outdated acknowledges and includes updated reference information as noted in the most recent periodic review of the document. Additional wording clarifications, and format changes were also included in the revision.
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