Tox Town - Shed

Tox Town - Shed

Tox Town - Shed

Why are farm buildings a concern?

Granaries, silos, sheds, and other buildings on the farm can be of concern when used for storing food for animals, manure, animal bedding materials and hazardous chemicals. When wet hay is stored in a hot barn, there may be mold formation there. Such mold can cause respiratory conditions, allergies and asthma. Repeated exposure to mold can cause "lung disease of the farmer", a life-threatening allergic inflammation of the lungs.

Poorly ventilated barns can aggravate poor air quality and dust problems created with movement, handling or feeding of animals. Exposure to high concentrations of organic dust can cause organic dust toxicity syndrome, characterized by symptoms of cough, fever, chills and muscle aches.

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In some granaries animal manure is stored in a dug pit directly under the ground where the animals are kept. This is the most dangerous way to store manure, and such pits can emit life-threatening gases such as ammonia, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, and methane. As the manure decomposes and is fermented, it produces these gases that can cause death, oxygen depletion, asphyxiation and toxic reactions in people or animals. Gases can also cause explosions when kept in a closed area.

Farm buildings are often used as general storage sites for agricultural products, such as fertilizers, pesticides, solvents, cleaning products, herbicides, paints and paint thinners, as well as lubricants. Many of these products are made from hazardous ingredients and require careful handling and storage. Farm buildings are exposed to increased fire risk from the storage of chemicals used in agriculture, along with hay, straw and other animal bedding materials that can catch fire easily. Some stored products such as gasoline, kerosene, oil and cans of aerosol products can increase the rate of fire propagation.

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