Toning down the smell
Feb 22, 2012
Part of the Food for the Future initiative is producing a healthy, sustainable food supply that is good for the environment. This article features research aiming to help.
Some call it the smell of money, but Teng Teeh Lim thinks that smell does not have to be so bad.
The Extension assistant professor in the CAFNR Division of Food Systems and Bioengineering wants to give large, concentrated animal operations an economical way to lessen those troubling smells.
Lim recently received a $50,000 Mizzou Advantage grant to develop a computer model that allows large producers to use the size and other simple information about their swine or dairy farm to give them a better idea of the amount of emissions and what they can do to address odor or emission issues. More…