With a less than 15% variance from end to end offered by the “LX” heater, a balanced footprint of heat provided more space for the brooding turkeys.
Barn heat requirements vary as the turkey develops and matures. Through the custom programming of a simple on/off automated control system, Farmer (Ron) commands his heat output to match the demand necessary for
optimum quality. Broilers in comparison to hens
require a level and intensity of heat that is different in heat dispersion and duration. “The automated control system we operate heats our barns in a manner that is critical to the proper timeline each development phase of turkey growth requires” added Ron in his heat output control assessment.
According to Ron, radiantheat produced by the “LX” series heaters provides superior comfort and fuel efficiency translating to a lower
mortality rate and shorter time to market with a
high quality product.