Popular Design for Swine Housing Equipment - BT-30 -Loose Farrowing Pen – Egebjerg
Popular Design for Swine Housing Equipment - BT-30 -Loose Farrowing Pen – Egebjerg Detail:
Our BT30 pen was modelled on the Norwegian solution for loose nursing sows. The result is a very flexible pen that can be used from birth to slaughter.
The large climate corner holds piglets until 25-30 kg. The pen is designed in such a way that you can see the piglets without entering the pen.
By applying the birth to slaughter system you avoid many transfers of the pigs, which means a lot less cleaning in comparison to traditional prodution.
At the same time, you save the pigs from stress, which gives a better daily gain and feed conversion. The pen is particularly well suited for special production of welfare pigs
Product detail pictures:
Related Product Guide:
Inventions Competition 2019: Simple ideas for sheep and pig farmers | Fatten Stalls
Asian animal welfare puts world leaders to ‘shame’ Menu Back to Back to Back to Back to Back to Back to Back to Send Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on LinkedIn Send contact Email to a friend Facebook Twitter Linkedin Tip a friend | Nipple Drinkers
All we do is usually affiliated with our tenet " Buyer to start with, Belief to start with, devoting about the food packaging and environmental defense for Popular Design for Swine Housing Equipment - BT-30 -Loose Farrowing Pen – Egebjerg, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: Kenya , Stuttgart , Mauritius , We will initiate the second phase of our development strategy. Our company regards "reasonable prices, efficient production time and good after-sales service" as our tenet. If you are interested in any of our products or would like to discuss a custom order, please feel free to contact us. We are looking forward to forming successful business relationships with new clients around the world in the near future.
By Beulah from Eindhoven - 2016.11.12 12:31
It is really lucky to meet such a good supplier, this is our most satisfied cooperation, I think we will work again!
By Murray from Greece - 2016.09.29 11:19