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20% more eggs: Easy and efficient egg production with EasyStep56

With EasyStep56, the German poultry equipment supplier Big Dutchman offers a clever system for layer management destined to support developing egg production industries in Africa. A comparison with traditional barn egg production systems shows 20 % more eggs that are much cleaner, a five times lower mortality and no feed losses. Due to the well-arranged layout of the cages, the birds do not get dirty from manure dropping down. This contributes to improved hygiene and increases the health of the birds. EasyStep56 has been designed for 56 layers.

The stable management system is supplied in two handy packages, which allows comfortable transport in a larger car or pickup truck. Switching locations is no problem thanks to the compact design: two persons can lift the assembled and empty system onto a suitable transport vehicle. Since no electricity is needed, EasyStep56 can be put into operation immediately.

EasyStep56 has been developed in a way that makes assembling the system very easy, because only the three tools included in the delivery volume are required. Big Dutchman uses only high-quality materials for its products: The metal parts in EasyStep56 have been galvanized in a special treatment process, making them extremely weather-resistant.

Manure removal and soil fertilisation

Since manure falls directly onto the ground and the system is easy to move when it is empty, it is a flexible and efficient option for fertilisation.

About Big Dutchman

Big Dutchman designs and distributes feeding systems and housing equipment for modern poultry production. Our name is a trademark for quality, rapid service and unsurpassed know-how. With our economical and environmentally friendly solutions all geared to future needs, we have established ourselves as market leader. We plan to make sure it remains that way and are always at your disposal.

More information: www.bigdutchman.com

Since the manure falls onto the ground, EasyStep56 can be used as fertilising system.

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