Ouderdieren project in Lithuania
Owner: Kaisiadoriu Paukstynas
This complex can be considered one of the most modern of its kind in Europe, and is absolutely unique in the Baltic States. It was built in accordance to the latest breeding standards, and is equipped with the latest technological developments such as computer controlled automatic feeding with daily tube winching, the Matrix male feeding system and automatic separate flushing of the drinking lines.
The complex with its 5 houses, central feed kitchen, administrative unit and central egg collection area provides place for 60.000 broiler breeders.
Ouderdieren project in Saudi Arabia
Al Bayyad Farms
Location: Al Kharj Area Riyadh
Owner: Sheikh Ibrahim Al Sunayyan
Capacity: 30 Broiler Breeder Houses and 8 Layer Breeder Houses
Al Bayyad Farms Project is a Project of total 30 Broiler Breeder Houses and 8 Layer Breeder Houses of 100mX14m each All in All Out system. It is equipped with VDL Agrotech Silos, Flex Auger, Chain Feeding, Nipple Drinking and Diesel heating Systems including all control devices. It is situated at Al Kharj Area 150 Km from Riyadh.
The first phase of 8 Broiler Breeder Houses was Built, installed and commissioned on the 20th of January 2014. The total capacity of the first 8 Houses is 61600 Females and 10% males.
Ouderdieren project in Uzbekistan
Location: Tashkent Region
Owner: LLC Umid
Capacity: 18.000 Broiler Breeders & 105.000 Broilers
Ouderdieren project in Vietnam
Location: Bao Loc
Capacity: Approx. 50.000 broiler breeders
The project site has 2 zones as follow:
1 zone with 2 rearing houses dimensions 115 x 14 m
2 zone with 3 production houses dimensions 115 x 14 m
Design and delivery of total set of poultry equipment by VDL Agrotech in close cooperation with project support from De Heus the Netherlands and Belgabroed Belgium.
The houses are closed houses with automatic controlled forced ventilation/cooling systems and can be monitored from a distance by Internet Connection.
Special designed so called Venturi air inlets to have an easy and also efficient control of the minimum ventilation together with an Orion climate computer system.
Chainovation feeding systems assure an equal and fast feed distribution in both rearing and parentstock houses.
Ouderdieren project in Finland
Capacity: 12.000 birds/ 1.200 males
Recently VDL Agrotech supplied the first broiler breeder houses in Finland, equipped with our new Matrix male feeding system. This first project consists of 2 houses with in total 12000 hens and 1200 males, located in the surroundings of Turku.
These houses have heating tubes at the wall. In the 2 houses there is limited space between the walls and the other feeding systems. That's why a feed trough for the males, mounted against the wall, is the only feeding solution. Matrix is adviced as the best option.
Ouderdieren project in the Netherlands
Owner: Twan and Jeroen Engelen
Capacity: 7 houses, total 110.000 breeder parentstock
This project has been supplied and installed through our dealer Sleegers Farm Equipment. 7 houses at a new site, Dellerweg, Someren, The Netherlands (August 2012). 5 houses at De Hoof. Total 110.000 breeder parentstock on these two sites. This farm is a visiting adress for VDL-Agrotech customers, we can show electrically winched (both cable- and tube) chainfeedingsystems Chainovation, Matrix and Rotrafeed scratchfeeding. Both farms are state of the art with a maximum attention to animal wellfare and health, aswell as a sustainable production by using solarpanels, heatexchangers, reduction of finedust and ammonia and smell.
Ouderdieren project in Bangladesh
Location: Dhaka region
Capacity: 96.000 Breeders
VDL Agrotech supplied 6 complete breeder houses for this project. This project includes 6 production areas which are divided over 3 sheds each shed is constructed as double story building. The houses measure 128 x 15.2 meter and each shed has a capacity of 11.500 birds. Due to the climatic condition in Bangladesh, the combination of tunnel- and natural ventilation was the most appropriate. By winching the sidewall curtains down, there is a natural ventilation process created. When temperatures rise, the ventilation process is switched to tunnel mode. In this mode, the incoming air will be cooled by the U-shaped padcooling system and creates a wind-chill effect for the birds. Through the end gable fens, the air is blown out of the house.