broiler house

broiler house

n
(Agriculture) a building in which broiler chickens are reared in confined conditions
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The input-distributing device (cabinets SHCHUR-04-N-1P21 complete with meters, with indication of inputs) in the amount of 15 sets for the object: "Modernization of the lighting system of the broiler house 1 (poultry houses of floor broiler # 2-13, 15, 16 , 17) at OJSC Vitebsk Broiler Poultry Plant.
In addition, most South African integrators measure profit as return per square meter of broiler house per year.
They found that the air that gathers in broiler house attics can be as much as 7[degrees]C (20[degrees]F) warmer than the air outside.
What this all equates to is a broiler house water system that necessitates close to 20 gallons per minute.
Growers don't change the floor covering in a broiler house during the course of a single flock's life--or even several flocks' lives.
Results of this study within a commercial broiler house with built-up litter over a period of seven flocks indicate that the ESCS significantly reduced airborne dust concentrations by an average of 46% and reduced ammonia by an average of 12% compared to a comparably managed non-ESCS control house.
The contract requires the installation of 56 TEG Silo-Cages for rapid composting of bio-degradable waste from a broad range of industries, such as organic sludge, biosolids, food, animal by-products, broiler house and other waste.
Once a chicken gets infected, [campylobacter] spreads very rapidly throughout the whole broiler house," says Karl Pedersen of the Danish Institute for Food and Veterinary Research in Arhus.