Works (38)

2017 | journal article

Effects of dietary coarsely ground corn and 3 bedding floor types on broiler live performance, litter characteristics, gizzard and proventriculus weight, and nutrient digestibility

Poultry Science, 96(7), 2110–2119.

By: Y. Xu, Y. Lin, C. Stark, P. Ferket, C. Williams & J. Brake

Source: NC State University Libraries

2015 | journal article

Effects of dietary coarsely ground corn and litter type on broiler live performance, litter characteristics, gastrointestinal tract development, apparent ileal digestibility of energy and nitrogen, and intestinal morphology

Poultry Science, 94(3), 353–361.

By: Y. Xu, C. Stark, P. Ferket, C. Williams, S. Auttawong & J. Brake

Source: NC State University Libraries

2015 | journal article

Effects of feed form and dietary coarse ground corn on broiler live performance, body weight uniformity, relative gizzard weight, excreta nitrogen, and particle size preference behaviors

Poultry Science, 94(7), 1549–1556.

By: Y. Xu, C. Stark, P. Ferket, C. Williams & J. Brake

Source: NC State University Libraries

2015 | journal article

Evaluation of litter type and dietary coarse ground corn inclusion on broiler live performance, gastrointestinal tract development, and litter characteristics

Poultry Science, 94(3), 362–370.

By: Y. Xu, C. Stark, P. Ferket, C. Williams, B. Nusairat & J. Brake

Source: NC State University Libraries

2015 | journal article

Predicting characteristics of rainfall driven estrogen runoff and transport from swine AFO spray fields

Science of the Total Environment, 532, 571–580.

By: B. Lee, S. Kullman, E. Yost, M. Meyer, L. Worley-Davis, C. Williams, K. Reckhow

Source: NC State University Libraries

2014 | journal article

Transport of steroid hormones, phytoestrogens, and estrogenic activity across a swine lagoon/sprayfield system

Environmental Science & Technology, 48(19), 11600–11609.

By: E. Yost, M. Meyer, J. Dietze, C. Williams, L. Worley-Davis, B. Lee, S. Kullman

Source: NC State University Libraries

2013 | journal article

Comprehensive assessment of hormones, phytoestrogens, and estrogenic activity in an anaerobic swine waste lagoon

Environmental Science & Technology, 47(23), 13781–13790.

By: E. Yost, M. Meyer, J. Dietze, B. Meissner, L. Worley-Davis, C. Williams, B. Lee, S. Kullman

Source: NC State University Libraries

2012 | journal article

Effects of feeding strategy on milk production, reproduction, pasture utilization, and economics of autumn-calving dairy cows in eastern North Carolina

Journal of Dairy Science, 95(2), 997–1010.

By: R. Vibart, S. Washburn, J. Green, G. Benson, C. Williams, D. Pacheco, N. Lopez-Villalobos

Source: NC State University Libraries

2010 | journal article

Endotoxin levels at swine farms using different waste treatment and management technologies

Environmental Science & Technology, 44(9), 3442–3448.

By: G. Ko, O. Simmons, C. Likirdopulos, L. Worley-Davis, C. Williams & M. Sobsey

Source: NC State University Libraries

2010 | journal article

Stable thermophilic anaerobic digestion of dissolved air flotation (DAF) sludge by co-digestion with swine manure

Bioresource Technology, 101(9), 3020–3024.

By: K. Creamer, Y. Chen, C. Williams & J. Cheng

Source: NC State University Libraries

2009 | conference paper

Development of environmentally superior technologies in the US and policy

In Bioresource Technology (Vol. 100, pp. 5512–5518).

By: C. Williams

Source: NC State University Libraries

2008 | journal article

Characterizing ammonia emissions from swine farms in Eastern North Carolina. Part 1, Conventional lagoon and spray technology for waste treatment

Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, 58(9), 1130–1144.

By: V. Aneja, S. Arya, D. Kim, I. Rumsey, H. Arkinson, H. Semunegus, K. Bajwa, D. Dickey ...

Source: NC State University Libraries

2008 | journal article

Characterizing ammonia emissions from swine farms in eastern North Carolina. Part 2, Potential environmentally superior technologies for waste treatment

Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, 58(9), 1145–1157.

By: V. Aneja, S. Arya, I. Rumsey, D. Kim, K. Bajwa, H. Arkinson, H. Semunegus, D. Dickey ...

Source: NC State University Libraries

2008 | journal article

Characterizing ammonia emissions from swine farms in eastern North Carolina: Reduction of emissions from water-holding structures at two candidate superior technologies for waste treatment

Atmospheric Environment, 42(14), 3291–3300.

By: V. Aneja, S. Arya, I. Rumsey, D. Kim, K. Bajwa & C. Williams

Source: NC State University Libraries

2008 | journal article

Implications of urine-to-feces ratio in the thermophilic anaerobic digestion of swine waste

Water Environment Research, 80(3), 267–275.

By: K. Creamer, C. Williams, Y. Chen & J. Cheng

Source: NC State University Libraries

2006 | journal article

Impact of large poultry operations on groundwater: Stable 15N isotopes of nitrate assessment

International Journal of Poultry Science, 5(4), 318.

By: W. Showers, C. Williams & G. Jennings

Source: NC State University Libraries

2005 | journal article

Science of odor as a potential health issue

Journal of Environmental Quality, 34(1), 129–138.

By: S. Schiffman & C. Williams

Source: NC State University Libraries

2019 | journal article

Dust and odor emissions from tunnel ventilated swine buildings in North Carolina and comparison of different odor evaluation methods

Applied Engineering in Agriculture, 20(3), 343–347.

By: R. Bottcher, K. Keener, R. Munilla, C. Williams & S. Schiffman

Source: NC State University Libraries

2004 | journal article

Effect of dietary copper source (cupric citrate and cupric sulfate) and concentration on growth performance and fecal copper excretion in weanling pigs

Journal of Animal Science, 82(4), 1234–1240.

By: T. Armstrong, D. Cook, M. Ward, C. Williams & J. Spears

Source: NC State University Libraries

2003 | journal article

Evaluation of a permeable, 5 cm thick, polyethylene foam lagoon cover

Transactions of the ASAE, 46(5), 1421–1426.

By: J. Miner, F. Humenik, J. Rice, D. Rashash, C. Williams, W. Robarge, D. Harris, R. Sheffield

Source: NC State University Libraries

2003 | journal article

Heat treatment of turkey litter for reuse as bedding

International Journal of Poultry Science, 2(5), 287.

By: J. Grimes, C. Williams, J. Godwin & J. Smith

Source: NC State University Libraries

2002 | journal article

Some alternative litter materials used for growing broilers and turkeys

World's Poultry Science Journal, 58(4), 515–526.

By: J. Grimes, J. Smith & C. Williams

Source: NC State University Libraries

2001 | journal article

Technologies to address air quality issues impacting animal agriculture

Water Science and Technology, 44(9), 233–236.

By: C. Williams

Source: NC State University Libraries

2000 | journal article

Dust and odor emissions from tunnel ventilated swine buildings in North Carolina

Air Pollution from Agricultural Operations : Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference, October 9-11, 2000, Des Moines, Iowa, 196.

Source: NC State University Libraries

2000 | journal article

Heat processing of turkey litter for re-use as a bedding material

Proceedings, 2000 National Poultry Waste Management Symposium, 353.

By: J. Grimes, C. Williams, T. Carter & J. Godwin

Source: NC State University Libraries

2000 | journal article

High dietary copper improves odor characteristics of swine waste

Journal of Animal Science, 78(4), 859–864.

By: T. Armstrong, C. Williams, J. Spears & S. Schiffman

Source: NC State University Libraries

2000 | journal article

Scent of a swine building: Tunnel ventilation problems test engineers' ingenuity

Resource, Engineering & Technology for a Sustainable World, 7(10), 13.

Source: NC State University Libraries

1999 | journal article

Management and utilization of poultry wastes

Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 162(1999), 105–157.

By: C. Williams, J. Barker & J. Sims

Source: NC State University Libraries

1999 | journal article

The use of poultry litter as co-substrate and source of inorganic nutrients and microorganisms for the ex situ biodegradation of petroleum compounds

Poultry Science, 78(7), 956–964.

By: C. Williams, J. Grimes & R. Mikkelsen

Source: NC State University Libraries

1998 | journal article

Economics of controlling ammonia emission from commercial layer farms

Journal of Applied Poultry Research, 7(1), 61–68.

By: P. Van Horne, J. Brake & C. Williams

Source: NC State University Libraries

1992 | patent

Purified Bacillus licheniformis PWD-1 keratinase

Washington, DC: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

By: J. Shih & C. Williams

Source: NC State University Libraries

1991 | journal article

Evaluation of a bacterial feather fermentation product, feather-lysate, as a feed protein

Poultry Science, 70(1), 85.

By: C. Williams, C. Lee, J. Garlich & J. Shih

Source: NC State University Libraries

1991 | patent

Method of degrading keratinaceous material and bacteria useful therefor

Shih, J. C. H., & Williams, C. M. (1991, May 11). Washington, DC: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

By: J. Shih & C. Williams

Source: NC State University Libraries

1990 | patent

Feather-lysate, a hydrolyzed feather feed ingredient and animal feeds containing the same

Washington, DC: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

By: J. Shih & C. Williams

Source: NC State University Libraries

1990 | journal article

Isolation, identification, and characterization of a feather-degrading bacterium

Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 56(6), 1509.

By: C. Williams, C. Richter, J. MacKenzie & J. Shih

Source: NC State University Libraries

1990 | patent

Method of degrading keratinaceous material and bacteria useful therefore

Washington, DC: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

By: J. Shih & C. Williams

Source: NC State University Libraries

1989 | journal article

Enumeration of some microbial groups in thermophilic poultry waste digesters and enrichment of a feather-degrading culture

Journal of Applied Bacteriology, 67(1), 25.

By: C. Williams & J. Shih

Source: NC State University Libraries

1980 | journal article

Genetic resistance of chickens to aflatoxin assessed with organ-culture techniques

Avian Diseases, 24(2), 415.

By: C. Williams, W. Colwell & L. Rose

Source: NC State University Libraries