INTERNATIONAL LIVESTOCKHOUSING GUIDE

A large share of the activities of many livestock housing construction companies takes place in other countries.
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International Livestockhousing Guide keeps you informed about the latest international livestockhousing developments

 
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  • Feeding systems
  • Milking systems
  • Stall automation
  • Stall floors
  • Stall lighting
  • Ventilation
  • Water treatment

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WELTEC BIOPOWER Builds Biogas Pl...

Efficient Bioenergy Generation from Animal WasteIn the summer of 2020, the German plant manufacturer WELTEC BIOPOWER will start building a biogas plant in Veria, northern Greece. The main investor and operator of the project is one of the largest abattoirs for cattle and pigs in Greece

  • 22/07/2020
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Lumina Touch+ with extra large o...

For added ease of operation, the Fancom Lumina control computers are now also available with an extra large,12 inch operating screen. This larger screen makes it easier to readout information on the screens, easier to adapt settings and reduces the risk of errors.

  • 22/07/2020
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Automated draw gate: Autolift

Many of the processes in dairy husbandry have already been automated. This is however not the case for cow traffic management. The farmer still has to open and close the gates himself. Autolift automatically moves several cow traffic gates into certain positions to determine the desired route for a chosen group of animals.

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