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Reliable back-up systems are not an accident
Reliable back-up systems are not an accident

A well-designed facility includes back up systems to prevent losses from power outages or equipment failures. Maintaining this fail-safe equipment should be part of every manager's routine maintenance program.

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Are you ready for the next power outage?
Are you ready for the next power outage?

For reliable back-up power, schedule generator maintenance and have operating procedures in place.

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Ventilation Notes #2 - Props
Ventilation Notes #2 - Props

Learn how prop design affects air delivery and efficiency of ventilation fans.

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Fogger cooling
Fogger cooling

Fogger systems cool pigs by evaporation.

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Objectively scoring sow body condition
Objectively scoring sow body condition

The Sow Caliper turns a subjective visual evaluation of sow body condition into an objective measurement.

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Ventilation Notes - #1 Fan Shutters
Ventilation Notes - #1 Fan Shutters

Learn how different types of shutters affect fan performance.

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Slat U. 105.-Slat Maintenance
Slat U. 105.-Slat Maintenance

Routine examination of the slats will help operators identify problems and correct them before they become a more significant issue. 

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Slat U. 104 - Handling and storage
Slat U. 104 - Handling and storage

Follow these guidelines when slats are delivered and set on your next building project.

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Troubleshooting tunnel ventilation systems
Troubleshooting tunnel ventilation systems

Follow this step-by-step guide to diagnose and fix an underperforming ventilation system.

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Being a good neighbor is just smart business.
Being a good neighbor is just smart business.

It is a fact of life that the countryside around us is changing.  Places, where there were nothing but green fields and farm sites, have been replaced with new neighbors seeking a rural lifestyle.  Many of these new neighbors come without a rural background and are unaccustomed to the sights, sounds, and smells of modern animal production. 

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