Photographie d'un robot Spoutnic roulant dans un poulailler.

Turkey breeders

Reduce floor eggs and manage turkey broodies

Reducing floor eggs and managing brooding will help make your poultry group a success and directly affect your bottom line. Spoutnic assists you 24/7 to achieve your goals.

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Less toil, more time to do your job

Successful breeding turkeys require regular checks to avoid floor eggs and limit broody behavior. Sometimes this can make it hard for you to get on with other farm work. Spoutnic saves up to 50% of your time and reduces the number of coop walk-throughs to a third. This lets you focus more on your job and livestock.

Fewer floor eggs, better-quality turkey poults

Spoutnic reduces the number of floor eggs by encouraging turkeys to go to the nest, resulting in clean eggs and healthier poults.

Le robot de Tibot est au centre de dindes.

Fewer broody birds, more production

Running Spoutnic reduces the number of broodies greatly, saving time and making breeding more profitable. Less brooding also means better-quality work.

Testimonial by Fabien Lebihan
Spoutnic se promène au milieu du poulailler.

Less aggression, more stimulating environment

While making the animals move, the robot improves their behavior, resulting in up to 50% less pecking and well-managed groups. The turkeys are less aggressive and calmer during insemination.

Photographie du robot Spoutnic suivant les dindes.

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Tibot, the poultry robot invented by growers, developed for their needs, proven by their results.

Co-founded by a poultry breeder and his wife, Tibot’s objective is to find solutions to meet the requirements of your business. For the past 5 years, all our robots have been developed, tested and improved through experiments with our partnering breeders. This guarantees a product tailored to the realities of each farm!

Why choose Tibot?
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fewer floor eggs, and almost no more broody hens
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+5 to 7
eggs in total per turkey housed for 26 weeks
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+ 24 366
eggs from a flock (3140 turkeys)