Department of Agricultural Engineering
A well designed and constructed poultry laying house should provide substantially more than merely a place for poultry to be sheltered and a place to roost. Farmers in South Dakota have realized for years the importance of good, sound poultry house construction, both from the standpoint of serviceability and from evaluation, as an asset to the farm. Only in relatively recent years, however, have many poultrymen become aware of the importance of poultry flock environment in production costs.
poultry laying houses environmental control, chicken egg laying houses
South Dakota Experiment Station, South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts
Hamann, D. D.; Yound, H. G.; and Moe, D. L., "Environmental Control in Poultry Laying Houses" (1960). Research Bulletins of the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station (1887-2011). 491.