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Common sense evaporative cooling
Common sense evaporative cooling
Make your pads last longer, the 80-80 rule, don't operate your evap system between 10 pm and 10 am, and airspeed is what makes evap cooling work.
Spring check list for evaporative cooling systems
Spring check list for evaporative cooling systems
Improve the efficiency of your farm’s cool cell systems by cleaning and adjusting them this spring.
Hodmezovasarhely Trade Show Invite
Hodmezovasarhely Trade Show Invite
We are happy to invite you to the Hog Slat booth at  XXXI.
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Are your pigs getting enough water?
Are your pigs getting enough water?
Dial-in the nipple flow rate
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Winter preparation is essential
Winter preparation is essential
Fans and air inlets that are not cleaned in time can reduce the air flow and negatively affect the results of pig growth.
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Water pH and cool cells: understanding the relationship.
Water pH and cool cells: understanding the relationship.
Understand how pH affects pads to increase their useful life PLUS protecting pump motors.
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Modulating brooders are costing you money

Zone heating is an accepted management practice to provide supplemental heat in wean/finish buildings. Many production systems utilize 17,000 Btu radiant gas brooders with modulating controls panels regulating the amount of heat emitted by the brooders.

Understanding bait rotation key to rodent control

Many producers assume that switching to a different brand name of rodenticide provides a different active ingredient. However, that is not always the case. This article gives an understanding of what to look for and why rotating active ingredients is an important step to your biosecurity rodenticide rotation.

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