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Attic inlet ventilation: Lessons learned

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By National Poultry Technology Center

Special to Poultry Times

AUBURN, Ala. — The need to reduce fuel use in modern poultry housing is unquestionable. There are many ways to accomplish this goal. In recent years the use of attic inlets for cold weather ventilation has taken hold in many areas as one possible way to decrease fuel usage. The theory is relatively simple: The sun provides solar heat that gets trapped as heated air in the attics of dropped ceiling poultry houses. This heated air can then be used via attic inlets as a heat source in. . .

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