Taiwan / Broiler Breeder Houses
Tropical Weather, Typhoons
100,000 Heavy Breeders
two-story high houses
About The Great Wall Project
The “Great wall” broiler-breeders project grows almost 100,000 breeders inside 6 two-story high houses. Built in 1995 to withstand harsh conditions, it continues to provide good results until this day.
The “Great wall” broiler-breeders project was a challenging project in many ways. It was planned for 100,000 breeders but the land was costly, and the designated area could house only half the amount of birds. In addition, the area occasionally experiences typhoons and earth quakes as strong as 8 on the Richter scale.
Agrotop aimed high, and designed 6 large, two-story high houses, instead of 12 one-story standard houses. The houses were built from steel construction holding a concrete Mezzanine floor, a design which allows high quality weather resistance while keeping the house easy to clean frequently.
The project, erected in 1995, is Agrotop’s first project in Taiwan. Over 20 years from its operation it is still working fantastically and achieving very good results.
Project by the numbers
Solutions we used
Double deck houses
Great Wall / 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.”