Animal and Food Sciences | Faculty
George W. Malone
Foam Based Mass Emergency Depopulation of Floor-Reared Meat-Type Poultry Operations. E. Benson, G. Malone, R. Alphin, M. Dawson and G. Van Wicklen. Poultry Sci. (in press).
Evaluation of Foam-Based Mass Depopulation Methodology for Floor-Reared Meat-Type Poultry Operations. M. Dawson, E. Benson, G. Malone, R. Alphin, I. Estevez and G. Van Wicklen. Applied Engineering in Agriculture. 22:787-794, 2006.
The 2006-2010 Strategic Plan for the Poultry Science Association. P. Hester, et.al., Poultry Science 85:1-7, 2006.
Quick Tests for the Determination of Ammonia in Poultry Litter. J. Reeves, J. Van Kessel and G. Malone. Poultry Sci. 81:1301-1307. 2002.
Amendments: Their Role and Use. G. Malone. Watt Poultry USA. pp 58-59. November 2006.
Trees Act as Environmental Buffer Around Farms. G. Malone. Poultry Times, July 18, 2005. p 17.
Trees Make Good Neighbors. Delmarva Farmer Chicken Festival feature article. June 2005.
Managing Built Up Litter. G. Malone. Zootechical International. May 2005. pp.30- 36.
Vegetative Environmental Buffers: Good for Neighbor Relations and the Environment. G. Malone. Poultry Tribune March/April 2005.
Extension Agent Brings Lessons from Down Under. Mid-Atlantic Poultry Farmer, January 18, 2005.
Managing Built Up Litter. G. Malone. Poultry Tribune. Nov. 2004. pp 33-37.
In-House Composting of Avian Influenza Infected Flocks. G. Malone. Zootecnca. October, 2004. pp 34-35.
AI Sleuthing: How the Disease Spreads. G. Malone. The Delmarva Farmer. March 16, 2004. p 8.
Trees as Vegetative Filters. G. Malone and G. VanWicklen. Poultry Digest Online. 2003. Vol. 3, No. 1, pp 1-7.
Ammonia Levels Can Have Affect on Grower Health. G. Malone. Poultry Times. Dec. 22, 2003. p. 5.
AgrAbility Helps Poultry Farmers. G. Malone. Mid-Atlantic Poultry Farmer, Nov. 18, 2003. p 2.
Plant Trees. The Mid-Atlantic Poultry Farmer, 8/20/02.
Disposal Options for Avian Influenza Flocks. G. Malone. Poultry Perspectives, 7:10-12. Spring 2006.
Broiler Production and The Environment: 2006. Contributing article by G. Malone. University of Maryland Publication EB 368.
Stocking Density, Litter Quality and Poultry Welfare. G. Malone. University of Maryland Poultry Perspectives. Volume 6, No. 1, 2005. pp. 2-4
Guidelines for In-House Composting of Poultry Mortalities Due to Catastrophic Disease. N. Tablante, G. Malone and L. Carr. Joint University of Maryland and Delaware educational compact disk. October 2003. Revised August 2005.
Ammonia and Grower Health. Poultry Perspectives. Vol. 4, No. 1, 2002. pp3-4.
National Training Program on Depopulation and Disposal Procedures for Avian Influenza Infected Poultry Flocks: An Extension Success Story. G. Malone and N. Tablante. Poultry Science. 86:631. Supp 1
Management Strategies for Utilizing Hardwood Sawdust as a Poultry Bedding. G. Malone and S. Collier. International Poultry Scientific Forum. Atlanta, GA. January 2007.
Fire Fighting Foam as an Alternative Method of Mass Euthanasia for Meat-Type Poultry Flocks. E. Benson, R. Alphin, G. Malone, M. Dawson, G. VanWicklen and I. Estevez. Poultry Science. Auburn, AL. July 2005.
An Evaluation of In-House Composting of Catastrophic Poultry Mortalities. N. Tablante, L. Carr and G. Malone. Proceedings to International Poultry Scientific Forum. Jan. 26, 2004. p 38.
Efficacy of Trees to Capture Emissions from Tunnel Ventilated Poultry Houses. G. Malone, G. Van Wicklen and S. Collier. Proceedings to International Poultry Scientific Forum. Jan. 27, 2004. p 22.
In-House Composting of Litter and Poultry Carcasses Infected with Avian Influenza. . Malone, S. Cloud, R. Alphin and L. Carr. Poultry Sci 83:395. 2004.
In-House Composting of Catastrophic Poultry Mortalities: An Educational Opportunity. G. Malone, N. Tablante and L. Carr. Poultry Sci. Supp 1. 82:22, 2003.
A Demonstration of Planting Trees Around Poultry Farms. G. Malone, D. Donnelly and S. Kepfer. Poultry Sci. 82: Supp l. 2002.