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Stay Safe, Understand Pit Foam Issues

Pit Foam and Producer SafetyPit Foam and Producer Safety Leon Sheets, Iowa Pork Producers, shares what needs to be done to make sure safety is first for pit foam activity. Mr. Sheets emphasis training staff, understanding the process of how pit foam accidents happen, and what needs to be done to improve safety [video].

Leon Sheets - Pit Foam and Producer Safety


Pit Foam and Producer Safety - Leon Sheets, Iowa Pork Producers, from the 2016 Iowa Pork Congress, January 27-28, Des Moines, IA, USA.

Dr. Renée Anthony - Hazards and Prevention of Airborne Exposures and Risks


Hazards and Prevention of Airborne Exposures and Risks - Dr. Renée Anthony, Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, from the 2016 Iowa Pork Congress, January 27-28, Des Moines, IA, USA.

Foaming at the Pit

Foaming at the Pit: A Research UpdateFoaming Research Update Drs. Steve Hoff, Andersen, and Kerr share research on manure pit foaming and what operations need to keep an eye on. Their research aims to find and correct the mechanisms of foaming so the risks to operations staff and animals is minimized. They offer some key finding on what might be related to causing manure to foam and what can practically be done to reduce the effect.

Dr. Charles Clanton - Progress on Pit Foam


Progress on Pit Foam - Dr. Charles Clanton, from the 2013 Iowa Pork Congress, January 23-24, Des Moines, IA, USA.

David Schmidt - Pit Foaming: What Have We Learned?


Pit Foaming: What Have We Learned? - David Schmidt, Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering, University of Minnesota, from the 2011 Minnesota Pork Congress, January 19-20, 2011, Minneapolis, MN, USA.

Dr. Robert Burns and Dr. Larry Jacobson - Fires and Foam: What Have We Learned?


Fires and Foam: What Have We Learned? - Dr. Robert Burns, Iowa State University & Dr. Larry Jacobson, University of Minnesota, from the Iowa Pork Congress, January 27-28, 2010, Des Moines, IA, USA.

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