Did you know? What is the importance of ventilation in livestock?
Postado em 18 de maio de 2021
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Through the feed intake animals receive the necessary energy for their growth. This energy consumed is used for a part of the basic functions (movement, blood pressure, body temperature maintenance, growth, etc.) and another part is converted into the form of heat.

If this heat is not removed from the authoring environment is an increase of body temperature of the animal, with a consequent reduction in feed consumption, reduced weight gain, increased feed conversion and increased mortality.

About one third of the heat generated by the animals must be removed from the environment. The most efficient way to remove this excess heat in the authoring environment is by means of ventilation with use of fans or blowers.

Furthermore a good ventilation system also provides for the elimination of excess moisture from the water released by the breathing of animals and through the waste, always providing rich clean air into oxygen and free of dust, carbon dioxide and fermentation gases, providing a good air quality fighting respiratory-borne diseases.

It is a tip! An efficient and low levels of noise pollution system, in addition to providing the above benefits, it also reduces the stress of the animals contributing to that genetics is presented to their full potential.

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