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Comparing 17 Year Old Slats
Comparing 17 Year Old Slats
We talke a look at some slats pulled from a 17 year old barn
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The Ultimate Slat Saver
The Ultimate Slat Saver
The ultimate slat saver comes in a bucket....
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Good Slat Design Aid in Preventing Swine Lameness
Good Slat Design Aid in Preventing Swine Lameness
Good concrete slat design, construction, and maintenance can minimize foot and leg problems associated with swine production.
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Sow Stanchions Offer Producers Another Choice for Gestation
Sow Stanchions Offer Producers Another Choice for Gestation
Stanchion Housing refers to short stall-like dividers that are added to open pen gestation to separate and protect the animals as they are fed.
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Alternative Sow Housing
Alternative Sow Housing
We took a few moments to speak with Hog Slat’s national sales manager, Fritz Richards, about group housing systems.
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Larger sow farms drive move to larger buildings
Larger sow farms drive move to larger buildings
A discussion on the ever increasing size of farms and the required buildings to match.
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Ag  Evaporative Cooling Systems Compared - Part 3, Pumps & Sumps
Ag Evaporative Cooling Systems Compared - Part 3, Pumps & Sumps
In part 3, we compare  pump and sump tanks options for Hog Slat’s Evaporative System.
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Ag Evaporative Cooling Systems Compared - Part 2, Pad and Fasteners
Ag Evaporative Cooling Systems Compared - Part 2, Pad and Fasteners
In part 2, we compare pad, distribution and fasteners of Hog Slat’s Evap System against competitive brands.
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Ag Evaporative Cooling Systems Compared - Part 1, Troughs
Ag Evaporative Cooling Systems Compared - Part 1, Troughs
In part 1, we compare Hog Slat’s trough design and features against competitive brands.
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GrowerSELECT…Change the Way You Buy
GrowerSELECT…Change the Way You Buy
Our GrowerSELECT supply chain removes extra margins to reduce the final cost to end users.
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