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Reflections on Odor Management for Animal Feeding Operations
Most animal feeding operation owners recognize that they need to manage odors from their operations as part of their social relationship with their neighbors and local community. That was not always the case. Odors, whether pleasant or unpleasant, can evoke strong emotions and physiological responses. Odors from animal feeding operations are normally considered unpleasant and offensive if strong smelling and smelled often or for long periods of time. Animal feeding operation owners need to bedoi:10.3390/atmos11050453 fatcat:st4db6o6n5hapbndwddzo5wlzu