Emission of ammonia (NH3) poses serious health challenge to both the birds and caretakers in poultry farms. In this research, three plants- Eucalyptus torelliana (ET), Anarcadium occidentalis (AO) and Tamarindus indica (TI) were used as litter additives in a 10, 30 and 50% inclusion rate to rice husk to mitigate the effect of ammonia in a poultry farm. The NH3 emitted was quantified for four weeks using the Saraz method. Results revealed some reduction in NH3 emitted by 7.23%, 25.40%, and 34.41% for (ET); 9.30%, 21.27% and 32.93% for (AO) and a 28.06%, 41.94%, and 52.14% for (TI) respectively, as compared to the positive control. Download
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