Egg Handling Articles

  • Bacterial Coldwater Disease

    Synonyms Rainbow Trout Fry Syndrome (RTFS) Bacterial fry anemia Low temperature disease Peduncle disease Saddleback Tail-rot Systemic myxobacteriosis Cause of the Disease Bacterial Coldwater Disease (BCWD) is caused by Flavobacterium psychrophilum, also known as Flexibacter ...

  • Pulp Molding Machine

    Configuration:semi-automatic and fully automatic configuration Raw material:scrap paper, waste cardboard, newspaper, sugarcane pulp, bamboo pulp, bagasse pulp board, rice stalk pulp, reed pulp etc. Final product:bottle tray, wine tray, inner package tray, disposable medical urinal tray, paper bed pan, seeding tray, fruit container, garden pot, cosmetic packaging, food container, egg & fruit ...

  • How To Locate An Egg Tray Machine China Company Online

    It is actually easy to locate businesses that sell egg tray making machines daily of the week. You will probably find them within your neighborhood, or perhaps in countries including India, Latin America, and also in the usa. However, in order to obtain the best machines, people who will be the most affordably priced, China will be the country that sells nearly all them. If you would like to ...

  • Automated bird repelling system as biosecurity measure against avian flu - Case Study

    Location: East Sussex, United Kingdom Application context: Poultry farm (Food production > Animal farm) Problem definition: Risk of bird flu exposure (Avian influenza) Pest bird species: Pigeons (Columbidae), Crows (Corvidae),Pheasants (Phasianinae) Time of year bird presence: January – April Time of day bird presence: From dusk till dawn ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • Foodstuff production - a culture of contradictions?

    Sample preparation of food stuffs with knife mills Again and again consumers are confronted with scandals in the foodstuff industry. The latest case is the Fipronil egg scandal in the laying hen farming in the Netherlands and in Lower Saxony (Germany). What actually do foodstuff producers and marketers do to avoid such cases? A lot, if you believe the rising costs in the area of modern ...


    By Fritsch Milling and Sizing

  • Project Cal Poly University Research Centre - Cases Study

    About the Poultry Center The Cal Poly Poultry Center has housing facilities for 7,000 broilers and 7,000 replacement pullets. In addition, the Poultry Center has two egg production facilities—a two-story turbo house and a stack-deck house. Both houses are exact replicas of the facilities currently used by the commercial egg production industry. The Poultry Center also contains ...


    By B.H. Ruby Electric Ltd.,

  • How To Discover The Paper Egg Tray Making Machine Price

    The paper egg tray machine will be just what you must assist you to in a number of situations. The appliance may help you have a lot done quickly plus it will likely be very easy to create a large amount of egg trays out of old materials. The trays are incredibly easy to use and are generally just what you should store your eggs. Since there are many different machines available you have to take ...

  • There’s a Multi-billion-Dollar Race to Replace Eggs - Upstart companies are looking for ways to throw off the yolk and make palatable egg protein

    Egg whites are universally accepted as a healthy source of protein. But because they come from chickens, one could worry about animal welfare, the environmental damage wrought by industrial poultry and even Salmonella—since the Food and Drug Administration estimates that 79,000 Americans are sickened by tainted eggs every year. Or maybe you’re just a vegetarian. Regardless, the way ...

  • Animal waste categorisation

    Animal by-products (ABPs) are divided into 3 categories, based on the risks they pose. Category 1 ABPs – are classed as high risk. Carcasses and body ...

  • Bird Deterrent Laser Saves Chickens From Avian Influenza

    The chicken is a type of domesticated fowl. There are more chickens in the world than any other bird. Chickens have instinctive talents. They can take in weeds and bugs from paddocks and give the farmer relief from using synthetic pesticides and herbicidess1. Have you ever wondered how avian influenza is spread around? Other than being a domestic farm animal, chickens are ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • Find out how Hustler has helped achieve "movement" on Drausin`s organic farm

    We got an opportunity to talk to Drausin Wulsin, a 65year old grass farmer in Hillsboro, Southern Ohio, who tells us his story on how Hustler has become part of his program and a game changer on his farm ...


    By Robertson Manufacturing

  • Swaziland: Becoming self-supporting with the use of egg production - Case Study

    Two poultry houses, 5,000 laying hens and 1,5 million eggs annually make a difference in Swaziland, a country plagued by drought and Aids. With the support of the international egg industry, a poultry company was founded within the development of 'Project Canaan'. It contributes to the project’s mission: becoming self-supporting with the use of agriculture. The poultry houses are equipped ...


    By Big Dutchman

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Modern egg production with enriched colony systems - Case Study

    Rubén Martínez García, innovative egg producer from the Spanish municipality of San Lorenzo de la Parilla, owns two poultry farms 150 kilometres south west of Madrid. On one of these farm, Martínez García keeps 300,000 laying hens in enriched colony systems. The housing equipment: the Eurovent 2240-EU, a new generation of enriched colony systems developed by the ...


    By Big Dutchman

  • NATURA Filia rearing aviary: French poultry keepers transform enriched colony system into school - Case Study

    60,000 pullets learn for life Christelle and Bruno Le Parc from Priziac (department 56), about 100 km east of Brest in Brittany, have transformed one of their poultry houses: where they once kept their layers in enriched colony systems, pullets now learn how to fly and jump in the Big Dutchman rearing aviary NATURA Filia. The couple’s decision to change their management system was ...


    By Big Dutchman

  • New poultry house for free range egg production - Case Study

    Mathias Hoppe from Melle in Lower Saxony (Germany) decided to start egg production on his farm. The young farmer continues his parents Barbara and Hubert Hoppe‘s farm which is also into pig finishing. After six months of construction time the new poultry house for free range egg production has recently been completed. Now approx. 15,000 laying hens are laying their eggs in the pretty ...


    By Big Dutchman

  • From Farm to Fork Step 1: Agricultural Sensors in Food Production

    In this series of articles, we bring you the journey of your food, from farm to fork, highlighting the agricultural sensors used along the way. Edinburgh Sensors products can be used in virtually every step of the food chain in order to ensure the quality and safety of the final food product. This article focuses on the first step of the journey, food production. The origin of the ...

  • U.S. Farm-Raised Finfish and Shellfish

    Seafood has long been recognized as an important component of a healthy diet. Seafood contains high quality, complete protein and an important array of nutrients, while it is low in calories, cholesterol, and saturated fats. The health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids found primarily in fish have been clearly documented. U.S. farm-raised seafood is an important center of the plate choice that can ...


    By Aquacare Environment Inc

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