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Poultry Sense technology

Poultry Sense and Lallemand Animal Nutrition collaborate

Agri-tech company Poultry Sense and specific microbial solutions company Lallemand Animal Nutrition have joined forces to improve the reliability and credibility of data gained from commercial farm trials.At a time when accurate data is…

CO2 levels are vital to bird health

Maintaining optimum carbon dioxide (CO2) levels within poultry sheds is vital to bird health and performance, especially in young broiler chickens. Therefore, having the capability to monitor and identify inconsistencies throughout poultry…
Poultry Sense Sensor

Humidity key to bird performance

Relative humidity can significantly impact broiler performance, especially at the early brooding stage of the production cycle. Consequently, having the capability to monitor and identify inconsistencies throughout sheds, will allow producers…
Poultry-Sense Analytics

Top tips on understanding farm data

Data collection is an important part of poultry production. But, without detailed, informed analysis and interpretation, producers are at risk of not using the information provided to its full potential to inform business decisions that help…
Remote monitoring poultry

Remote monitoring can play a key role in maximising performance during challenging times

With COVID-19 and low pathogenic AI causing broiler farmers to rethink their approach to flock management, the benefit of being able to remotely monitor bird health, welfare and performance is fast becoming apparent.Alan Beynon, managing…