Broiler Breeders feeding systems high durability, easy to clean. In particular, the system provides chicken feeds based on scientific calculations, savings.
1. Broiler Breeders feeding systems – Vitoo
Automatic feeding and easy start from day one
The unique inner cone guarantees flooded pans during the early days of rearing. Young birds find the feed immediately on entering the house.
The low pan and wide grill openings offer day-olds easy access to the feed, without the need for manual feeding. After a few days birds already line up around the pan to eat.
Partial brooding and easy management
In order to save heating costs, the system allows a brooding area to be created by closing the pans outside it. A shut-off slide makes partial brooding possible.
Uniformity in feed distribution
Fast, excellent and efficient
The VitooTM pan distributes small feed portions within a few seconds.
Daily automatic feeding can start from 35 g or 1,24 ounces of feed per bird per day, avoiding the need to skip a day as a management system.
The distribution of daily feed portions is based on the bird group weight.
By managing the feed level setting for each bird group you can control the eating behavior of the birds.
2. Broiler Breeders feeding systems – Kixoo
Separate feeding for hens and cockerels
The internal grill is adjustable for width (using the handy adjuster knob) and for height, to suit the age of the flock. This prevents cockerels, regardless of age or breed, from stealing feed from the
Daily winching to improve fertility
By winching the system up after eating, the birds will have more free space and easier access to the nest.
Day old to death
You can use KiXoo® day old to death from the first day onwards.
Special feed windows automatically provide a high feed level during the early days.
3. Broiler Breeders feeding systems – Boozzter
Comfortable eating for males only
The wide grill openings offer cockerels with fully-grown combs easy and comfortable access to the feed.
For optimal system performance, keep 10 cockerels per pan for the whole flock, especially after culling and spiking.