poultry ventilation Articles

  • Poultry growing with Big Dutchman poultry systems - Case Study

    On the occasion of a convincing Open House, Ronny Lange from Osteroda in Brandenburg (Germany) recently inaugurated his four new houses for poultry growing. Approximately 300 people followed his invitation to visit the imposing farm complex of 200,000 bird places in detail. For the poultry systems, Ronny Lange fully relies on the technology supplied by Big Dutchman. Poultry systems: Augermatic ...


    By Big Dutchman

  • Dutch Farmers Find It Pays To Manage Poultry Manure

    Poultry farmers in Holland face challenges similar to their North American counterparts in dealing with manure from concentrated operations where there is insufficient cropland for application. This creates a need for exporting manure from the producing farm to users in other places. Poultry operations in Holland differ from most North American poultry farms in that most are not vertically ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Peracetic Acid Exposure in a Poultry Plant – My Firsthand Experience

    My colleague and I visited a mid-sized poultry plant to test the Peracetic Acid (PAA) vapor levels in the air, as requested by the plant’s safety manager due to complaints from workers and interest in using our PAA monitor to help ensure workers are safe. PAA is an extremely effective and necessary biocide used to make sure the food we eat is safe by killing the microorganisms on the meat. ...


    By ChemDAQ, Inc.

  • Iceland: New poultry house for broiler production - Case Study

    There is a good reason why Iceland’s agriculture is dominated by animal husbandry: the island country in Northern Europe has a very unique nature, which is, however, also characterised by lava fields and a harsh climate. Only 1 % of the country’s area is suitable for cultivation, another 19.5 % can be used as pasture.  Poultry production is one branch of Iceland’s ...


    By Big Dutchman

  • Good poultry climate control pays off - Case Study

    Saving energy is an important topic for livestock farmers today, especially in broiler production. Apart from good insulation, the correct heating system and an individual ventilation concept, recovering heat from the used house air can enormously help with cutting down on energy costs. One of the most costly factors: heating.  Using a heat ...


    By Big Dutchman

  • Michael Vukadinovic, Melbourne, Australia, runs four poultry farms with a total of 28 sheds - Case Study

    The ventilation strategy is just so much simpler with the MagFans and we see significant savings. Michael Vukadinovic, Melbourne, Australia, runs four poultry farms with a total of 28 sheds. Total capacity is 1.35m birds per batch. The first twelve sheds were completed in late 2014 and the last sixteen sheds were completed in December 2017. The last sixteen sheds all equipped with ...


    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

  • My birds are healthier and so are my profits, Erwin Nijssen, The Netherlands - Case study

    Erwin Nijssen from Grashoek in The Netherlands has five poultry houses and he has virtually been working with poultry ever since he started walking. Truly a very skilled poultry farmer, who knows the industry inside out. Significantly different data I was puzzled about the performance in my newly built poultry house, where I have ...


    By DACS A/S

  • 200,000 laying hens join the European Union - Case Study

    After the dissolution of former Yugoslavia in the early 1990s only few West Balkan countries have not yet become a member of the European Union (EU). These countries still allow keeping laying hens in cages. However, the tendency is to gain EU admittance in the long run. Good examples are the Republic of Serbia, which has already been granted the status of an official candidate for EU membership, ...


    By Big Dutchman

  • 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

  • China: 30 layer and 12 rearing houses equipped by Big Dutchman - Case Study

    In 1938, the Big Dutchman founders invented the world’s first automatic chain feeder for poultry in the USA. Today, the headquarters of the company are located in Vechta, Germany. In regard to housing and feeding systems, the poultry equipment supplier is considered to be the international market leader: On five continents and in more than 100 countries around the world, Big Dutchman is a ...


    By Big Dutchman

  • 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

  • Cool Eggs - from Markovice in the Czech Republic - Case Study

    About 100 km east of Prague, in Markovice, Unikom a.s. operates a layer farm. Unikom is committed to producing high-quality eggs labelled as “Cool Eggs” (Pohodová vejce), based on the long tradition and modern production on the Markovice farm. Annual production reaches up to 17 million eggs, which are distributed through Unikom’s own ...


    By Big Dutchman

  • 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

  • Powdery organic fertilizer production line

    Powdery organic fertilizer production line Organic fertilizer Organic fertilizer has comprehensive nutrients, long-lasting fertilizer effect, wide source, great potential, low cost, and the function of improving soil. It can not be replaced by inorganic fertilizer. Organic fertilizer ...

  • Worming the way to finished compost

    SCREENING AND GRINDING When materials from CR&R and other generators are unloaded, a preliminary screening separates out nonorganic contaminants.    Even though there are source separated programs in places like Temecula and Lake Elsinore, there is the occasional appearance of plastic and glass that needs to be sorted out. Next, Bodlak’s crews put materials through a Vermeer tub ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Compost science journal of advocacy and foresight

    SEVERAL months ago, I started on a journey through the pages of Compost Science, beginning with the Spring, 1960 inaugural issue. I was confident that I could whip through the articles and news items in the several hundred issues of the magazine between 1960 and 2009, and be prepared to write this article for BioCycle’s 50th Anniversary Commemorative Edition. Granted, there were interruptions, ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

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