How to manage the ventilation of winter farms

When we are raising chicken in poultry farming cage especially the cold winter, you should pay attention to the problem of ventilation inside the house while doing the measures to prevent cold and keep warm. Winter ventilation is also a cumbersome thing.

Modern farming, especially in poultry farming, has a positive effect on the growth rate of poultry within a certain range. Ventilation is definitely involved with the outside cold air, causing a drop in the temperature. At this time, the heating device that needs the corresponding power heats the indoor air in a conductive manner to keep the temperature stable.

If the wind speed is too low, the cold air will fall directly to the bottom of the poultry house within a short distance. The air inlet is flat and the air path is too short. The air inlet is upwardly angled so that the outside air is blown straight and the top is quickly blocked. Let the air in the house form a correct convection map, resulting in a local temperature difference, even if the temperature probe is more than impossible to express the real room temperature.

The correct ventilation process is: under a reasonable negative pressure inside the house, the outside air is ejected at a suitable angle to the top ridge of the house, and rapidly expands under the action of a large temperature difference, absorbing a large amount of temperature and humidity inside the house. Slowly descending and being pulled away by the longitudinal fan at the appropriate wind speed.