• An aviary enables more birds per square meter of building to be reared than a floor rearing system
    • On each floor of the aviary, nests are installed with the system of collecting the eggs
    • Feeding, watering and perches provided on each tier
    • The aviary incorporates belt cleaning to ensure that manure is conveyed from the different tiers and deposited outside the house
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LIBRA D is the new SKA aviary specifically studied and designed for commercial layer farming.
It enables to rear more birds per square meter of building than a floor rearing system, birds can move freely into the house and, following the norms on commercial layers, LIBRA D can easily accommodate up to 18 birds/ m2 of house surface.
To better describe the main characteristics of the system, we give the example of one house equipped with 3 lines of LIBRA D each line is made by a series of 3 tier elements 240 cm long and 266/ 254 cm wide, supplied with perches that allow the birds to easily move from one tier to the other one.
In each element there are 2 nest systems on each tier. This way a perfect distribution of the nest in the whole system is guaranteed dans.
Manure is regularly removed from the house thanks to polypropylene belts 204 cm wide, placed under the floor of each tier, ensuring a safe environment.
Feed is provided from a circuit of chain feeding system FLATLINE for each tier, some perches are assembled on the feed troughs and fresh water is supplied by nipple drinking lines.