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From the lessons learned in the field, Vencomatic Group developed guidelines for keeping birds in cage free housing. We call this bird management. The biggest difference between cages and cage-free is the management. In cages, the farmer controls the birds. In cage free systems, the behaviour of the birds determine the management. You have to look at the needs of your flock and manage them accordingly.
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Over the last decades, the laying hen industry has seen major changes in terms of improved production efficiency, improved health and welfare, and the ongoing transition from cage-housing towards housing in aviary systems. At the same time, the number of hens...
Contact dermatitis, both on the foot pads and hocks, is a well-known health issue in broilers. Less is known about contact dermatitis in broiler breeders, however, although they have many risk factors for developing leg health problems in common with broilers.
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Whereas traditionally heat exchangers were used on broiler houses to save energy, for growing animals where a lot of heat needs to be added in the sheds, now a day it has become more common to use heat exchangers on egg production houses as well. It makes a...
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