poultry house climate Articles

  • Asger Petersen from Denmark maintain the same climate in his houses regardsless of doors beeing open or closed - Case story

    Asger Petersen from the marshland in the southwestern corner of Denmark has been producing chickens for nearly twenty years. -For many years I was a consultant in the feed industry. Since I became a poultry farmer myself, I have seen a lot of changes within the industry. The biggest impact on the industry was the introduction of the foot pad lesions scores in 2002. They were a challenge ...


    By DACS A/S

  • Low feed consumption - excellent growth - Ann Andersen, Denmark - Case Study

    The climate in my houses is always comfortable, and the temperature is uniform all over the house. Ann Andersen from Denmark has been a poultry producer since 1997. She has DACS ventilation in her three houses - all built in 2010. Her chickens are healthy and grow well. Right from the start I have worked hard to optimize my production as I can only make a living from producing ...


    By DACS A/S

  • Mr. Taratunskiy from Ukraine saw a good investment and went for it - Volodomyr Taratunskiy, Ukraine - Case study

    Volodymyr Taratunskiy and his family from the village Kyrnasivka in the Vinnitsa region in Ukraine have been in the poultry business for 20 years. They produce and sell breeders and chickens. All raised in cages. Best possible investment It is a tough and volatile market, and I need to stay competitive. I always look for the best possible investments and I constantly try to ...


    By DACS A/S

  • Its a matter of keeping the litter dry, Asger Petersen, Denmark - Case study

    Asger Petersen from the marshland in the southwestern corner of Denmark has been producing chickens for nearly twenty years. Eight years ago, Asger changed to organic with outdoor runs.  Asger produces 60,000 organic chickens per crop. All birds are “slow growing” birds so at day 65 the weight is only 2.2 kilos. From consultant to farmer For many years I was a ...


    By DACS A/S

  • DACS` ventilation gives excellent hock and podo scores - Hooks Drove, England - Case Study

    Jamie Curston from Hooks Drove, Cambridgeshire, England, manages a 500,000+ bird farm equipped with a complete climate solution from DACS. The eight houses were commissioned in October 2014 and have been running flawlessly ever since. Nice even spread of birds throughout the whole shed Jamie is an experienced manager who has been working in the poultry sector for ...


    By DACS A/S

  • The localization of agriculture

    In the United States, there has been a surge of interest in eating fresh local foods, corresponding with mounting concerns about the climate effects of consuming food from distant places and about the obesity and other health problems associated with junk food diets. This is reflected in the rise in urban gardening, school gardening, and farmers’ markets. With the fast-growing local foods ...


    By Earth Policy Institute

  • Composting Livestock Mortalities

    Performance, composting methods, environmental impacts and biosecurity of the process are evaluated for emergency disposal of cattle by research team at Iowa State University. A THREE-YEAR study was commissioned by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources to evaluate the practical feasibility, performance, environmental impacts and biosecurity of using composting for emergency disposal - should a ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • How green was my Vertical Farm?

    By 2050, 80% of the earth’s population will live in cities and 3 billion more people will need to be fed. The simple fact is we are running out of available land to grow enough food to feed them. If we can’t grow our cities outward to find more arable land, the only solution is to grow them upwards. This may change the way we design cities forever.The problem is real and immediate. Even by most ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Cost-Benefit Analyses: Exploring the Economics of On-Farm Composting

    When exploring the merits of on-farm composting, the question most often raised is: What are the economics? How do the savings or revenues from on-farm composting compare to the costs? Of course, the answer is the ever present “it depends.” Expenses, resources, revenue opportunities, environmental constraints and circumstances vary greatly from one farm to the next. Most people would agree that ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

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