Quoted from Munters Global
An even flock is essential for poultry farmers. Not only does it make management easier, but it also leads to higher profits at the processing plant. However, achieving flock uniformity can be challenging, as there are many factors that can contribute to unevenness, such as temperature, ventilation, water, and feed provision.
Technology is playing an increasingly important role in helping poultry farmers to improve flock uniformity. One example is the Rotem Trio controllers, which use a network of sensors to collect data within the shed. This data is then interpreted to assess the effect each variation has on flock performance.
By using our controllers to collect and analyze data, farmers can better understand and manage the factors that contribute to unevenness. This can lead to significant improvements in bird health, performance, and profitability.
Here are some additional ways to use our controllers/sensors and improve poultry flock uniformity:
- Climate control: they can be used to automatically maintain optimal temperature, humidity, and ventilation levels in the poultry house. This can help to reduce stress and improve bird health.
- Feeding: they can ensure that all birds have access to the right amount of food at the right time. This can help to improve bird growth and development.
- Watering: they can ensure that all birds have access to clean, fresh water at all times. This can help to improve bird health and performance.
- Lighting: they can be used to manipulate the day/night cycle in the poultry house. This can be used to improve bird growth, development, and egg production
By using a combination of these technologies, poultry farmers can create an environment that is conducive to optimal flock uniformity.
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