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    Dust Management in Horse Facilities

    Katherine Smith, Kathleen Ivester, Laurent Couetill and, Mark Russell (May, 2013)

    Why should a horse owner be worried about the air quality in their equine facilities? Is there really anything that can be done to improve the quality once the barn is built? This paper addresses those questions by providing management practices that can promote ideal air quality. The quality of air in barns and stables is important because high levels of dust, mold and other airborne irritants often occur in horse environments.

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    Purdue Extension
    Purdue University
    May, 2013
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