Broiler Growing with Big Dutchman Poultry Systems

GERMANY - On the occasion of a convincing Open House, Ronny Lange from Osteroda in Brandenburg (Germany) recently inaugurated his four new houses for poultry growing.
calendar icon 26 June 2012
clock icon 3 minute read

Approximately 300 people followed his invitation to visit the imposing farm complex of 200,000 bird places in detail. For the poultry systems, Ronny Lange fully relies on the technology supplied by Big Dutchman.

Mr and Mrs Lange are pleased with the flowers and presents they received from Big Dutchman sales representative Sören Schulze (left) and sales manager Werner Meckelnborg who travelled to Brandenburg for the inauguration.

Flexible poultry systems: Augermatic and FluxX can be winched up not only for cleaning!

The four new houses for poultry growing make a very imposing impression also in twilight.

Poultry systems: Augermatic and FluxX

These four houses are meant to assure Ronny Lange’s farm of a good future. Each of them has a size of 100 times 24 meters. Regarding poultry systems Ronny Lange decided to equip his new houses with two world-wide Big Dutchman classics for poultry growing: each house has five lines of Augermatic feeding, the birds feed from FluxX feed pans. Drinker lines ensure the supply with fresh water round the clock. They can be winched up under the ceiling for cleaning together with the feed pans.

Modern internet technology for use in poultry growing

The core of the system is Big Dutchman’s amacs system, allowing Ronny Lange to control production as well as poultry house climate without any problems. amacs is based on the most modern internet technology. It allows poultry producers to monitor in real time for example the data regarding house temperature or ventilation, but also to check only with a few clicks on feeding or water supply and modify settings if required – all this from virtually any location in the world.

© 2000 - 2024 - Global Ag Media. All Rights Reserved | No part of this site may be reproduced without permission.