University of Life Sciences in Lublin

Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Przyrodniczego

Issue 10 (1) 2011 pp. 23–31

Henryk Żelazny

The importance of environment of microclimate comparative studies on the example of relative humidity formation in fattening with different feed consistency

Abstract: The aim of methodological study was the feasibility analyze of making comparative assessment of the relative internal humidity under influence of different consistency of foods, with two disturbing factors, that is, in buildings located in various Polish regions and for measurements not performed at the same time. Hygrothermal parameters of air were measured on selected days of three months of spring and autumn in the group of rooms, where animals are given a dry feed to the feeders, and in areas with pipelines transporting liquid feed to the troughs. Temperature and relative humidity in each group were clearly dependent on the external climate, and therefore evaluation of the impact of the kind of feed on the moisture conditions in the studied groups of areas was not possible. The results confirmed a very significant environmental impact on the reliability of the comparative characteristics of microclimate variation in different livestock buildings.
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Keywords: comparative study, air humidity, room for livestock
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MLA Żelazny, Henryk. "The importance of environment of microclimate comparative studies on the example of relative humidity formation in fattening with different feed consistency." Acta Sci.Pol. Tech. Agr. 10.1 (2011): 10.
APA (2011). . Acta Sci.Pol. Tech. Agr. 10 (1), 10
ISO 690 ŻELAZNY, Henryk. The importance of environment of microclimate comparative studies on the example of relative humidity formation in fattening with different feed consistency. Acta Sci.Pol. Tech. Agr., 2011, 10.1: 10.
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