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Sort your shed ventilation for next winter

posted 13 Jun 2013, 08:16 by David Mair   [ updated 13 Jun 2013, 08:20 ]
Now is the time for farmers to start thinking about any upgrades required to new sheds to sort any stock health problems caused by poor ventilation. 
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If you have had stock with pneumonia during this winters housing period or need to use vaccines to keep things under control you may benefit from improving the ventilation in the shed. 

We can produce a report highlighting changes that would help to sort out ventilation issues. See this page on what we would need to complete a report.

Typically for a simple standalone shed the cost would be £100 for the report. The cost to implement the changes or build a new shed to the reports recommendations will obviously vary but in most cases the cost are repaid within a small number of years through, reduced loss of stock, increased weight gain, increased milk production, reduced vet and medicine bills. 

David Mair
Agri Design