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Broiler Breeders Houses
Imitates The Natural Breeding Process
About The VH South Project
The VH South project in Tamil Nadu is one of the first climate controlled, deep-littler, heavy breeders farm in India. It is a pilot farm for VH, the largest breeding company in India, to review Agrotop’s natural breeding solution vs. labor-consuming artificial insemination farms
The VH company is currently the largest breeders grower in India, supplying chicks to the entire sub-continent. VH specializes in artificial insemination farms, a method requiring a large skilled workforce with an unusually high turnover rate.
The VH-South project, designed and built by Agrotop, is one of the first climate controlled, deep-littler, heavy breeders farms in India. It was built as a pilot project to demonstrate the advantages of Agrotop’s Combi-Tunnel Ventilation and Natural breeding solution, designed to raise growth results while reducing labor costs.
The VH-South farm cleverly imitates the natural breeding process of the birds with automatic laying nests which collect the eggs automatically. Combined with the modern climate system and Agrotop’s experts that trained the VH team on the new technology and transferred the necessary know-how, VH has all the tools to switch and use the new technology effectively to achieve the best growth and economic results.
Project by the numbers
Solutions we used
Broiler Breeder Houses
Broiler Pullet Houses
VH South / a Look From The Inside
What our Clients say about us
"I would like to point out Agrotop's professional engineering, precise production and ability to work under very strict time constraints without reducing the quality of their products.”
"The high quality job done by Agrotop led to almost maintenance free projects. We did not have to spend extra money on maintenance during these years. Today, buildings that are 12 years old look like they are brand new.”
"Together with Agrotop we constructed broiler and layer projects for millions of birds in UK, Spain, Australia, The Emirates, Israel and many other countries.”