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The robot of the poultry breeders for the problems of laying on the ground

Autonomous robot for the broilers sector

Active chickens scratch, eat, and benefit from it 

Robot animation pour dinde de chair

How to get chickens to move?


Without stimulation, chickens tend to drift into inertia. So the farmer must devote a significant part of his days walking through the rearing shed and encouraging the flock to move. This is a tiring task that often encroaches on his private life. The Spoutnic animator robot was born specifically to offer a solution to this problem.

 

Spoutnic the animator


As it moves randomly through the rearing shed, Spoutnic gets the birds to move. This regular agitation promotes weight gain. Regular movements of the flock fosters natural activity and weight gain. Because they are more active, chickens are healthier, thus requiring fewer antibiotics. The use of Spoutnic translates into greater comfort and saved time for the farmer.

 

The breeder's best friend


Spoutnic facilitates the daily work of the farmer and improves his overall income, since the animation promotes a better Feed Conversion Ratio and the achievement of stock-profitability objectives.

 

Results of our experiments

 

Solution

  • Autonomous robot helper
  • Flock animation 7 days a week
  • Stimulates chickens to move
  • No additional manpower
  • After-Sales maintenance

 

Benefits

  • Autonomous robot helper
  • Flock animation 7 days a week
  • Stimulates chickens to move
  • No additional manpower
  • After-Sales maintenance

 

Testimonial

 

"I have tried Spoutnic with a flock of broiler turkeys. To get them to move, Spoutnic is the best and does so smoothly. I improved my quality of life as well as the technical and economic performance of my farm. I look forward to trying it with a flock of broiler chickens."

Steve ROGER, breeder in Saint-Saturnin-du-Limet (53 - FRANCE)

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