Equine Barn Ventilation

Poor air quality in stalls is a leading cause of equine asthma. Discover ways to improve air circulation when designing horse barns from Morgan Hayes, PE, a livestock systems engineer at University of Kentucky.
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Poor air quality in stalls is a leading cause of equine asthma. Discover ways to improve air circulation when designing horse barns from Morgan Hayes, PE, a livestock systems engineer at University of Kentucky.

 

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Morgan Hayes joined the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering at the University of Kentucky as an Extension Assistant Professor in July 2016. She is working in the area of animal facilities. Her interests are ventilation design, heat stress management and resource (energy, fuel, and water) use on farms. Her current work includes extension and research efforts on indoor air quality in equine barns and arenas, appropriate ventilation rates for modern swine, design considerations in beef cattle confinement and opportunities to reduce energy usage on farm.

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