Hatching egg production
The hatching egg that has just been produced is perfect. But how do you make sure that this hatching egg stays perfect? That it is not too war, that it stays clean and without cracks? In short, how to manage the perfection of your hatching eggs? As the marketleader in managing perfection of hatching eggs.

The Classic Nest is an automatic nest with a moveable floor. The moveable floor pushes out birds after period of lay. This prevents broodiness creating a clean nest pad resulting in clean, top quality eggs. The perforated egg belt is used to transport eggs to the front of the house. The welfare friendly design and the materials used create an optimum environment for the hen to lay her eggs.
The Easy Nest is an automatic nest with a moveable back wall to close the nest which prevents broodiness in the laying hen. The membrane at the base of the back wall ensures no eggs are left in the nest after it has been closed. The egg belt, located in the middle of the nest, transports the eggs to the front of the house. The simplicity of the design makes the nest quick and easy to install, and also ensures a perfect price/performance ratio.
The Veranda group housing system for breeders houses units of 60 to 100 hens on multiple tiers and in several rows. Automatic nests with moveable floors are integrated in the system resulting in very clean and hygienic hatching eggs. The availability of nests, perches, feed, water, light and 100% fresh air at bird level creates an optimal environment for the hens. Excellent production results can be achieved, with higher egg production and more hatching eggs per hen.
Automatic nest with a moveable floor for turkey breeders. The moveable floor creates the cleanest eggs possible and helps to prevent broodiness. The fundamentals on which the turkey nest has been developed are based on the natural behaviour of the bird. A self closing trap creates the lowest percentage of floor eggs possible.
The Duck Nest is an automatic nest with a moveable back wall for closing the nest reducing the possibility of broodiness. A membrane at the bottom of the back wall ensures no eggs stay in the nest after it’s being closed. The egg belt is located in the middle of the nest and transports the eggs gently to the front of the house. The nest offers the ducks a comfortable, safe and attractive place to lay an egg.

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