PodCast: You Can’t Manage What You Don’t Measure | Wesley Lack

Listen to the entire Podcast Summary Wesley Lack is the Chief Operations Officer at Maximum Ag Technologies, a company founded with Larry & Dustin Reed in...

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A tale of two pigs Picture this: Two pigs walk up to a scale. Pig 1 walks on, and the scale says the pig is in...

The pros and cons of central exhaust systems in pig barns

Central exhaust systems are a commonly used ventilation method in pig barns. But how do they work and what are the advantages and disadvantages...

Three features of productive electronic sow feeding systems

Pen and feeder design go hand-in-hand to create optimal group housing system If your sows could choose a style of group housing, they would pick...

Crystal Spring Hog Equipment Creates New Business Development Team For Direct Distribution

Crystal Spring Hog Equipment, Ltd. (CSHE) is excited to announce that it has formed a new business development team to spearhead the direct global...

Why Wet/Dry Feeding?

Natalia Heisterkamp, Director of Global Strategy at Crystal Spring Hog Equipment, tells us a little bit about the benefits and advantages of wet/dry feeding The...

The different ventilation options for pig barns

Basically, you have the choice between two ventilation principles in pig farming: natural and mechanical. One advantage of natural ventilation is the low investment...

Why high pressure fans are often used in pig barns

Various ventilation techniques are used  to raise the air quality in pig barns to a desired level. Many of these techniques use a specific...

Why minimum and maximum ventilation are important for pig barns

When maintaining a productive climate in a pig barn, both minimum and maximum ventilation are important principles to consider. In this article...
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