Importance of insulation in Poultry Housing

The world eats a lot of chickens. So to safe these chicken, we need to maintain a controlled environment in poultry housing. Whether involved in broiler or egg production, chick rearing or turkey breeding, poultry farmers can optimize production and profits by creating a controlled environment.

The most effective and also the best method to decrease the energy consumption and also the cost of heating a curtain sided sheds is to use poultry farm insulation. When such houses are converted to fully insulated structure through poultry farm insulation, it results into energy savings of around 30 to 50%.

Modern day farming and poultry business requires proper infrastructure where temperature and humidity can be easily controlled and closely monitored. Proper poultry farm insulation of walls, ceilings, roofs, attics and crawl can save large amount of energy consumption and helps environment to go green by reducing the green house gas.

ADVANTAGES OF POULTRY FARM INSULATION

  • Superior thermal insulation with less transmission of outer temperature.
  • Reflection of around 97% of heat.
  • Visible reduction in animal mortality rate.
  • Reduction in operating cost
  • Lightweight, flexible and easy to install.
  • Non toxic and environment friendly.

Insulation is any material that reduces the transfer of heat from one area to another. Insulating a poultry house minimizes the transfer of heat from inside to outside and from outside to inside, helping you keep heat in during winter and out during summer. As a result, using insulation both conserves heating energy and provides more comfortable conditions for your flock. Although insulation has these benefits, keep in mind that it also adds to the material costs of a building.

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