Thursday, May 23, 2024

Increasing broiler house efficiency using climate controls

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By Katie Keiger

Poultry Times staff

kkeiger@poultrytimes.com

GAINESVILLE, Ga. — From alarms to high-powered ventilation systems, the average broiler house today can have just as many technological options as an apartment building. Some advances can even allow the chicken houses to be automotive for a few hours at a time.

University of Georgia Extension poultry scientist Dr. Brian Fairchild sees the potential for this technology in broiler houses, especially houses with younger chicks which are more sensitive to temperature, in climate control.

The steel and wood structures that make up the frame of the houses can. . .

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