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Blog posts tagged with 'hog slat'

DIY anchor bearing replacement
DIY anchor bearing replacement
Step-by-step instructions on how to replace a feed line anchor bearing. 
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DIY feed bin hopper valve
DIY feed bin hopper valve
Adding a feed valve to a bin provides access to its contents to fill buckets and carts without running an auger. 
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DIY Curtain Repair
DIY Curtain Repair
Having holes and tears in a ventilation curtain doesn’t necessarily mean it needs replacing.  We walk you through the simple repair steps using both tape and patches with glue.   A step-by-step video tutorial is also available on our YouTube channel CLICK HERE to watch.
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Are your medicators ready for fall ?
Are your medicators ready for fall ?

Four quick tips for an annual medicator tune-up, plus is it time to consider a different type of medicator?

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Are your pigs getting enough water?
Are your pigs getting enough water?

Shortfalls in watering systems become more evident during the summer heat. Here are some tips to make sure your pigs are getting enough water. 

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Use static pressure to monitor tunnel ventilation
Use static pressure to monitor tunnel ventilation

Learn how to read static pressure for keys to troubleshooting and correcting tunnel ventilation systems.

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Rodent baiting strategies for extended downtime
Rodent baiting strategies for extended downtime

Use the extra time between groups for a targeted rodent control program. 

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Stir fans...know what you're buying.
Stir fans...know what you're buying.

Learn how to interpret performance figures for circulation and stir fans.

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Preparing poultry houses for extended out times
Preparing poultry houses for extended out times

Emptying a chicken house and closing the doors until the next batch arrives can be a recipe for disaster.  The following guidelines can help you prepare for extended downtimes.

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Preparing hog buildings for extended out times
Preparing hog buildings for extended out times

Emptying a hog house and closing the doors until the next group arrives can be a recipe for disaster.  The following guidelines can help you prepare for extended downtimes.

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