Brent Tripp, along with brothers Ryan and Matt form the Tri-B Farms partnership located in Dows, Iowa.
Hog Slat/ Georgia Poultry constructed two 60' x 588' houses holding approximately 40,000 birds each.
The Maximus control coordinates all the building's environmental, watering and feeding equipment. Smartphone integration allows remote monitoring along with the ability to make any necessary adjustments.
The dimmer slave control interfaces with the house controller to shift both light intensity and spectral output of the LED lights to control bird activity.
Windstorm 54” fans on each barn create wind speeds exceeding 600 fpm for summer cooling. 3) 36" fans provide minimum ventilation during cooler weather.
Locating two 3/4 Hp Jet Pumps 27' from each end distributes the water evenly along the entire 108' length of the Evap Systems mounted on each building side.
Insulated tunnel doors seal the cool cell openings during cold weather and direct incoming summer air towards the center of the building to improve mixing.
24) 20' long tube radiant heaters deliver an improved rectangular heat pattern on the floor provides the birds with a choice of temperature zones.
Grower Select Classic Flood pans feature flood windows to attract chicks by increasing the amount of feed available in the pan.
Centralized control system maintains the same pressure in all the drinker lines to assure the correct amount of water is available when the birds demand it.