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Rhys Lewis, BBC Young Farmer of the Year 2012, sat down with Hydor to discuss the importance of agriculture ventilation…
On a three week turnaround, Rhys has an average of 70 to 80 calves in his sheds. However, it was when he came to move one lot of 50 young stock into another shed that he noticed something was seriously wrong. The condition of the calves was so severe that he was forced to call on his local vet, who immediately concluded that his stock had contracted pneumonia.
We all know that suitable ventilation for chicken houses can come in many forms and finding the right solution will depend on the type of shed you’re ventilating. In an industry very much driven by costs, efficiency is essential and at Hydor we know how important it is to invest in high quality products.
It’s widely known that chickens are very susceptible to respiratory problems and that stale air in the house will only heighten these problems. To combat this, ventilation is key, and the right system should help maintain the correct environment and provide plenty of fresh, clean air.
As endemic diseases in cattle and pigs become a major focal point for the UK government, industry suppliers get set to efficiently support an even higher standard of farming as laid out in DEFRA’s latest policy update. That’s why All Agri want to do their part by scaling up our efforts for healthy pig farming and increased welfare.
With the UK’s Chief Veterinary Officer recently warning that her biggest fear is an outbreak of African swine fever, All Agri identified a clear need to ramp up supplies and availability for pig farm essentials. A combination of a potential outbreak, supply chain pressures caused by Brexit, and attention being diverted to the latest Agricultural Transition Plan made the case in point.