Your expert in ventilation.
Ventec is a family-owned business established in 1989.
Our focus is to provide top quality, energy-efficient products to satisfy our first concern: the well-being and productivity of your animals.
Combine our values with the strong sense of trust farmers have placed in us, and you have the reason we’ve become an important player on the international market. We’re at the forefront of our business to help farmers around the world operate at the top of their game.
When talking about ventilation for dairy cows, the focus is on the heat stress management. Indeed, cows are very sensitive to it, and it can have an impact on their health overall as well as on their milk production. Good ventilation is necessary for their comfort and is an essential aspect to consider for the dairy farmer.
In order to obtain optimal growth, feed, water and barn climate are to be considered. Sensitive to heat stress, pigs need appropriate ventilation to maintain good feed intake. Adequate ventilation leads to less health management related issues that also have a direct impact on producer’s bottom line.
In poultry production, a good ventilation system is one that allows the development of the full potential of the birds. In broiler chickens, where their development takes place rapidly it causes ventilation needs to change over time during batch life.
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We constantly push to innovate and improve our knowledge on animal welfare. Count on the skills and experience of our team when you need to make barn improvements or undertake a major project.
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