Pig farm pig pens, application range and advantages and disa

6 months ago

The use of pig pens can reduce the size of the pig house, facilitate feeding management and improve the environment. Different pig houses should be equipped with different pig pens. According to the structure, there are solid pig pens, fence type pig pens, integrated pig pens, sow single crate, high bed farrowing pen, high bed nursery crate and so on. According to the use, there are boar pens, breeding crate, gestation crate, farrowing crate, nursery crate, and fattening crate.

Pig farm pig pens, application range and advantages and disa

 

(1) entity pig pen

 

That is, the inner circle and the circle of the pig house are separated by a solid wall of 0.8-1.0 m height. The advantage is that the material can be taken locally, the cost is low, and the adjacent circle is isolated, which is beneficial to epidemic prevention. The disadvantage is inconvenient ventilation and feeding management, and accounting for The area is relatively large. Generally suitable for small-scale pig farms.

 

(2) Fence type pig pen

 

That is to say, the inner ring of the pig house is separated from the circle by a fence of 0.8 to 1.0 meters high. The fence is usually welded by metal profiles such as steel pipes, angle steels and steel bars. Generally, the outer frame and the spacers form a fence, and several fences and fence doors Make up a pig pen. The advantage is that it occupies a small area, is well ventilated and easy to manage. The disadvantage is that it consumes steel, the cost is high, the contact between adjacent circles is close, and it is not conducive to epidemic prevention. In places where there is often welding, it needs to be re-welded. Modern pig farms are used more.

 

(3) Integrated pig pen

 

That is, the inner ring of the pig house is separated from the circle by a solid wall of 0.8 to 1.0 m high, and a fence is used along the front of the channel. It combines the advantages of both the solid pig pen and the fence pig pen, suitable for large and small pig farms.

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