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Comparing 17 Year Old Slats
Comparing 17 Year Old Slats
We talke a look at some slats pulled from a 17 year old barn
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Good Slat Design Aid in Preventing Swine Lameness
Good Slat Design Aid in Preventing Swine Lameness
Good concrete slat design, construction, and maintenance can minimize foot and leg problems associated with swine production.
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Sow Stanchions Offer Producers Another Choice for Gestation
Sow Stanchions Offer Producers Another Choice for Gestation
Stanchion Housing refers to short stall-like dividers that are added to open pen gestation to separate and protect the animals as they are fed.
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Alternative Sow Housing
Alternative Sow Housing
We took a few moments to speak with Hog Slat’s national sales manager, Fritz Richards, about group housing systems.
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Sow Group Housing Conversion Answers Welfare Concerns
Sow Group Housing Conversion Answers Welfare Concerns
Murphy-Brown’s North Division has completed one of the largest stall to group housing conversions in the industry.
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Larger sow farms drive move to larger buildings
Larger sow farms drive move to larger buildings
A discussion on the ever increasing size of farms and the required buildings to match.
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Engineering Grower Select
Engineering Grower Select
Frank Harris, Head of Hog Slat’s Engineering Department, spoke with us about the development of the GrowerSELECT product line.
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Changing Fan V-belts
Changing Fan V-belts
When and why we should change our v-belts
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Hog Slat's Wind Tunnel Key to Constant Fan Improvement
Hog Slat's Wind Tunnel Key to Constant Fan Improvement
Hog Slat’s AirStorm and Windstorm ventilation fans are designed and tested using an Airflow Performance Test Chamber
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Grower Select reduces Margin Stacking
Grower Select reduces Margin Stacking
Margin Stacking is a term that may or may not be familiar to you
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