Mobile poultry farming is becoming increasingly popular, and not just among farmers. Awareness of species-appropriate animal husbandry is also growing among end customers. A mobile poultry house offers the ideal conditions for this.
There are fully mobile and semi-mobile mobile coops, which of course also differ in size. The costs and effort involved in delivering the mobile hen house also vary depending on the size. Some mobile hen house systems are delivered ready-made, while others require further assembly work on site before they are ready for use.
Poultry farming in mobile hen houses is becoming increasingly popular with farmers and end users. There is now an enormous amount of technology in modern fixed chicken houses that reduces the amount of labour required by operators.
But is this also the case in a mobile chicken coop? How much labour does a mobile hen house really require?
In this article, we answer how much work a mobile chicken coop really requires and give you a rough idea of the time required for the 7 most common coop tasks
Are you interested in mobile chicken farming and are considering whether it is the right type of farming for you? But you’re not sure whether your available space fulfils the requirements for a mobile hen house?
Happy chickens scratching around outside, pecking for worms and grains, laying eggs happily and contentedly in between, leaving no parasites or nitrate contamination in their environment – an idea that makes both chicken keepers and consumers happy. A mobile chicken coop makes it possible.
In this article, we explain how to choose the ideal space for your mobile chicken coop and what requirements you need to take into account.
Happy chickens scratching around outside, pecking for worms and grains, laying eggs happily and contentedly in between, leaving no parasites or nitrate contamination in their environment – an idea that makes chicken farmers and consumers alike happy.
A mobile chicken coop makes it possible.
For direct marketers in particular, it is becoming increasingly important to offer customers added value and to accommodate them. Most customers are willing to pay a higher price for the fact that the origin and production of agricultural products in particular fulfil their image of agriculture and animal welfare aspects. And the farmer himself is also happy when his animals are doing particularly well.
In this blog post, we explain what a mobile chicken coop is and what the benefits are.