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Potential challenges with machine-actuated attic inlets

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By Michael Czarick

& Dr. Brian Fairchild

Special to Poultry Times

ATHENS, Ga. — Though poultry houses and farms are getting larger, placing a premium on growers’ time, making equipment in a poultry house less labor intensive has its downsides. For example, one of the primary reasons producers have moved to fans with butterfly shutters is that unlike traditional fan shutters, when butterfly shutters become dirty fan performance is minimally affected and as a result frequently cleaning during hot weather to maintain optimal wind speeds is not necessary.

The downside is that during cold weather since the. . .

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