Layer Lighting System
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Agrilux Lighting System for Layers
Improve the health of your birds with our scientific proven LED lighting system designed uniquely for your Layer barn. In partnership with the University of Guelph, we have established that red LED spectrum lighting configured “just right”, can positively impact your birds making them less stressed.
What do we mean by just right? Your number of cages and your number of tiers, must be painted with the right amounts of light at the right time. If it’s not done right – no positive results.
The results – improved egg shell quality and increased egg production.
Calms Hens and Reduces Stress.
Improved Egg Shell Quality
Increases the thickness of egg shells, less breakage, less waste.
Increase Egg Production
Increases average egg production up to 5 eggs per hen.
Decrease Feed Costs
Decreases feed costs by as much as 3 grams per day per bird.
Decrease Electrical Spend
Reduces your current electrical spend up to 85%
LED Spectrim Lighting
Just buying a bulb won’t give you results, you need an automated lighting system. We paint the floor with the perfect balance of spectrum light, red or green, for your layers or broilers
Before we can design a tailor-made lighting system that will produce better poultry, we have to analyze your barn. Whether you have layers or broilers, not all barns are the same shape and size, and this makes a difference.
You can’t just buy a bulb because the bulb doesn’t give you the results. You need an automated lighting system. We make sure your system paints the floor of your barn with the right spectrum of light for your layers or broilers. it’s the light that makes the difference and if it’s not done right – no positive results!
You have to get the intensity right! So you have to control it. We provide everything you need to make that happen – automatically.
2 Year Warranty
We stand by our system. it comes with a 2 year warranty on the system. If you have a problem, we will replace it at our cost.
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