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Evaluation of hydrated lime as a litter treatment at three application rates for broiler chickens. J. P. Blake*, J. B. Hess, K. S. Macklin, and C. A. Wilson, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.

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Evaluation of Poultry Guard™ litter treatment at three application rates for broiler chickens. J. P. Blake*, J. B. Hess, K. S. Macklin, and C. A. Wilson, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.

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Litter bacterial levels associated Poultry GuardTM. K. S. Macklin*, J. P. Blake, J. B. Hess, and R. A. Norton, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.

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Pasteurization of chicken litter with steam and calcium oxide to reduce colonization and incidence of Salmonella typhimurium. M. Farnell*1, A. Byrd2, L. Sunkara1, K. Stringfellow1, P. Anderson1, J. McReynolds2, J. Carey1, A. Bell2, R. Stipanovic2, and D. Caldwell1, 1Texas A & M University, College Station,, 2USDA-ARS, College Station, TX.

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Evaluation of Envirobed® litter product for broiler production. R. M. Hulet* and T. L. Cravener, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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Use of ferric sulfate for ammonia reduction in commercial broiler houses. C. W. Ritz*1, L. A. Harper1, B. D. Fairchild1, M. Czarick1, J. Pavlicek2, and V. Johnson2, 1The University of Georgia, 2Kemira Water Solutions.

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Egg yolk and serum antibody titers, and manure nutrients of broiler breeder hens immunized with uricase or urease. Adrizal*1, P. Patterson2, and T. Cravener2, 1University of Jambi, Jambi, Indonesia, 2 Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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Dietary sodium bisulfate, humate and zeolite for broiler chickens: Impact on performance, litter nutrients and ammonia flux. P. Patterson*1, T. Cravener1, E. Wheeler2, P. Topper2, and D. Topper2, 1Dept of Poultry Sci, 2Dept of Ag Biol Engn., The Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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The potential for plants to trap emissions from farms with laying hens: 1. Ammonia. P. H. Patterson*1, Adrizal4, R. M. Hulet1, and R. M. Bates2, 1Dept. of Poultry Sci., 2Dept. of Horticulture, 3Dept. of Agric. Biol. Engn., The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 4University of Jambi, Jambi, Indonesia.

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The potential for plants to trap emissions from farms with laying hens: 2. Ammonia and dust. Adrizal*1, P. Patterson2, and M. Hulet2, 1University of Jambi, Jambi, Indonesia, 2Dept. of Poultry Sci., 3Dept. of Horticulture, 4Dept. of Agric. Biol. Engn., Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 5Dept. of Natr. Res. Ecol. Manag., Iowa State Univ., Ames.

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Vegetative buffers for fan emissions from poultry farms: ammonia, dust, and foliar nitrogen. R. M. Hulet*1, Adrizal1, P. H. Patterson1, and C. A. B. Myers2, 1The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 2Berks County Extension, Lebanon, PA, 3Capital Region Extension, Lancaster, PA, 4USDA-NRCS, Harrisburg, PA, 5USDA-NRCS, Corning, NY, 6Iowa State University, Ames.

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Market confusion of the varying nutrient contens of distillers feed products. L. Forester, ADM.

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How to utilize distillers grains based on nutrient content. C. Parsons, University of Illinois, Urbana.

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Environmental impacts (beneficial and detrimental) of feeding distillers grains relative to other feedstuffs. T. Klopfenstein,

Production, Management & the Environment - Livestock and Poultry Poultry Management, and Environment Chair: Joe Hess, Auburn University 210

SYMPOSIUM Distillers Grains Symposium 217 D

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Impact of Dietary Available Phosphorus Levels on Growth and Tibia Ash of Male Broilers to 21 d. L. A. Oden*1, S. D. Frankenbach2, N. Augspurger2, and J. B. Carey1, 1Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, 2JBS United, Inc., Sheridan, IN.

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Differences in amino acid digestibility in soybeans processed by different methods. T. Shi1,2

, H. M. Edwards, Jr.2, G. M.

Pesti*2, and R. I. Bakalli2, 1Shandong Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Jinan, Shandong, China, 2University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA.

Apparent calcium and phosphorus retention with different levels and source of vitamin D. J. A. G. Brito1, A. G. Bertechini1, J. C. C. Carvalho1, A. Geraldo1, J. O. B. Sorbara*2, and F. J. Piraces2, 1Universidade Federal de Lavras, DZO, Lavras, MG,

Brazil, 2DSM Nutritional Products, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil.

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