Prepare Poultry Houses For Summer With Hydor’s Ventilation Systems
As a poultry farmer, you may have experienced the challenges of intense heat waves, record-breaking temperatures, and large-scale outbreaks of avian influenza (AI) in 2022. To protect your livestock this year, we urge you to assess the airflow and install new efficient ventilation systems on your farm.
If you don’t adequately prepare your farm buildings in time, you may face difficulties in getting the necessary equipment to replace seized up fans. This could lead to dangerous conditions for your livestock on poultry and broiler farms, as well as affecting your bottom-line.
Fortunately, our specialist range of ventilation solutions are perfect for your needs. Many of these fans can be used as a direct replacement for any existing fan unit, making it easy for new and retrofit installations. We construct these fans from quality components with agriculture in mind, assemble them, balance them, and package them at our UK manufacturing facility to ensure the highest standards of quality. Additionally, we’re proud to offer next-day delivery on the majority of our products, making it easy to get the ventilation solution you need quickly.
Furthermore, you can now apply for the new farming and equipment technology fund (FETF) to help with the costs of purchasing our ventilation solutions. We are committed to helping farmers safeguard their livestock and improve the efficiency of their farms, and we believe our products can make a real difference.
Andy Mann, General Manager of the agricultural brands within Elta Group and parent company of Hydor, said: “Poultry farming was undoubtedly very challenging last year, but with good ventilation, risks to bird welfare and health, as well as farmers’ profitability, can be significantly lowered. That’s why we urge all farmers to look at their ventilation equipment ahead of the warm season and to replace any fans well ahead of time.
“Our team at Hydor can help with this, and our technical engineers can assess what fans farmers will need to provide enough airflow into buildings and constantly circulate fresh air for livestock. On top of this, they can also provide some advice on how to obtain funding under the FETF 2023 grant.”
For more information about the FETF Grant and how to apply, click here!