Our latest episode of the Engineering Your Farm podcast just dropped! Check out 'The Stinky Science Behind Farm Odors' to hear a fascinating conversation about olfactometry, farm odors, and rural air quality with Dr. Jacek Koziel from the Dept. of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering at Iowa State University.
"This April, the USDA reported that a highly pathogenic case of H7N3 was found on a turkey farm in South Carolina and that it appeared to have mutated from a low pathogenic strain that had already been present in the area.
"'Luckily, it was H7N3, which the CDC says causes mild to moderate illness in humans. That’s the good news,” deCoriolis said. “But this is something that’s happening all the time. This is an ongoing emergency.'"