Poultry Housing Articles

  • Saving money with the new LED technology for poultry houses - Case Study

    For the broilers on Dirk Bockhorst's farm, the morning starts leisurely. As if the sun were rising, the lights are slowly turned on in the houses located in Emstek, Lower Saxony, Germany. Happy clucking can be heard all around. Until warm light illuminates the houses half an hour later. This light does not come from standard 40 watt light bulbs but is provided by high-quality LED lamps. A ...

    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

  • 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

  • Great Eccleston Show 2017

    Great Eccleston & District Agricultural Society The next Great Eccleston Show is on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th July 2017 The Great Eccleston Show is a two day event and is a showcase for every aspect of rural endeavour and the whole range of crafts and skills associated with the country. With cooking, handicraft, horticulture and local arts, this north west ...

    By RE Buildings Limited

  • Foreign development of China's motor vehicle industry

    Foreign technology from Western Europe, the USA, and Japan has been instrumental in the development of China's motor vehicle industry, but progress has been slowed by bureaucratic inertia and attempts by the state to micromanage the industry and foreign investments/trade. Moves to rationalise and privatise state enterprises have failed to promote competition and innovation and the serious lack of ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

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