Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Grower tips: Practical applications for energy savings

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By The National Poultry Technology Center

Auburn University

Practical Application #1: Reduce Temperature Stratifications

AUBURN, Ala. — Hot air rises, cold air falls. Smoke emitters are used in this picture to illustrate what happens to residual heat from brooders during preheating and brooding. While the goal is to heat the floor, many growers don’t realize how much valuable heat rises to the ceiling in the process. All of the heat from brooders rises to the top of the house eventually. Recirculation fans can repurpose this residual heat that comes from the heaters in the. . .

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