The project, with over a million layers and pullets, is one of the largest projects built in Africa. Although logistically complicated, the farm was successfully constructed under strict timelines and is delivering excellent results.
Agrotop carried out all the civil engineering aspects of the project from paving the roads to building the hatchery. It planned the water and sewage systems and installed automatic fire sprinkler system.
The Israeli daily newspaper Haaretz recently showcased Agrotop’s history in a special report. In an article entitled “Believing in Building the Country in Agriculture, Industry and Industrial Building,” the newspaper took a detailed look at Agrotop’s unique story.
Agrotop has earned ISO 9001 quality management standard. The certification indicates that the company manages its quality system based on the international standard.
After years of operating quietly in the UAE, Bahrain and surrounding countries, Agrotop has started to openly develop its product offering and distribution networks for the region.
Agrotop recently completed the building of the first aviary rearing layer house in Israel for the Gliksman company, the country’s largest pullets for commercial layers farmer.
Agrotop has recently completed the second stage of a visionary project for Emek Ha’ela Eggs, which includes two sheds, housing about 110,000 layers.
Farming is often accused of contributing to environmental damage. It is worth taking a closer look at how poultry production contributes to greenhouse gas emissions and learn how it’s impact can be reduced.
Eggs play key role in fighting hunger and malnutrition in poor countries, according to a recent study published by the FAO of the UN.
Many businesses close down and ask their workers to continue working from home during a crisis such as the recent outbreak. In the poultry and livestock industry we have no such option. Here are some practical tips that can help all of us to weather the crisis.