The Phase I project will demonstrate a system that can harvest ammonia from poultry houses using a novel sorbent formulation to produce a valuable commercial fertilizer byproduct. To accomplish this goal, the Phase I project focuses on two objectives:OBJECTIVE 1. SYSTEM TESTING AND EVALUATION. Demonstrate the technical efficacy of the system to harvest ammonia through the adsorption, desorption, and recovery of ammonia with solid sorbents into a marketable, green ammonia byproduct while achieving targeted filtration rates, low operations costs, and equipment longevity targets to overcome system adoption barriers. Success Criteria: Pressure Drop <150 Pa, 90% capture at 10 ppm ammonia levels, <10% sorbent degradation over 100 cycles, technical grade ammonia purity at 20-25% ammonia concentrations.OBJECTIVE 2. MODELING AND TECHNICAL FEASIBILITY ANALYSIS. Computationally model the capture system to validate the target system size, resulting economics, and emissions reductions by simulating focused air filtration near bird height and maintenance of desired ammonia levels in the structure to achieve bird performance improvements and emissions reductions. Success Criteria: 80% ammonia emissions reductions, <10 ppm ammonia concentrations at bird height for all seasons, and economic assessment showing profitable economics.