Dairy Barn Fan equipment available in Asia & Middle East

  • Free Stall Barns

    Free stall barns are typically split into a separate dry cow barn and the main barn containing the milking herd. The milking herd moves freely from their resting pak along concrete alleys that are scraped or flushed (to remove manure) to the feed bunks. The milking cow is usually tagged to automatically identify her for feed rations and milk ...

    By Sun-North Systems Ltd. based in Seaforth, ONTARIO (CANADA). from Dairy Housing Product line

  • Tie Stall Barns

    Tie Stall barns are still preferred in many areas since it lends itself to more direct contact with each animal, better health care and less aggression between animals. Modern automation with pipeline milking, automatic takeoffs, scrapers and stable cleaners and automatic ration distribution mean labour can be reduced.

    By Sun-North Systems Ltd. based in Seaforth, ONTARIO (CANADA). from Dairy Housing Product line

  • Fresh Air Makeup System

    Providing fresh air makeup is crucial for a healthy environment for young stock. This is often an ambiguous task in calf barns as drafts can be equally problematic for the health of the calves. An effective solution is to introduce sufficient fresh air from outside using a poly tube with small holes distributed appropriately along the length and ...

    By Sun-North Systems Ltd. based in Seaforth, ONTARIO (CANADA). from Dairy Exhaust Systems Product line

  • CYCLONE - Model PLUS - Recirculation Fans

    One of our most versatile products is the Cyclone Plus variable speed fiberglass recirculation fan. Tranditional ceiling fans slowly push the hot air from the ceiling down to the floor. The Cyclone Plus can do this on low speed and then as the speed increases;  it creates air velocity for maximum air throw and cooling. In dairy barns, Cyclone ...

    By Ventec based in Saint-Hyacinthe, QUEBEC (CANADA). from Recirculation Fans Product line

  • Dairy Farms Cooling Units

    It is found in researches that animal stress increases, their productivity decreases and possibilities of disease increase under high temperatures. For example, in dairy cows  it is found that appetite decreases above 25 °C, feed consumption significantly decreases above 30 °C and it completely stops above 40 °C. Too high or too ...

    By Timfog Engineering Co. based in Ümraniye, TURKEY. from Others Products Product line

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