Turkey / Broilers Houses
Extreme Cold & Hot
Longest and Widest houses in Turkey
About The Koza Project
The Koza Broiler Project is made out of 6 large poultry houses that together grow 235,000 birds. The project boasts both the longest house and the widest house in turkey.
The Koza Broiler Project, engineered and built for the Tavsan company, is made out of 6 large poultry houses that together grow 235,000 birds.
The designated area purchased for the project was not optimal and left large gaps when populated by standard size houses. In order to maximize the use of available land, Agrotop designed the project as 4 standard 150×14 meter houses with the 2 remaining houses oddly sized : One house is currently the longest in Turkey measuring 180×14 meters with ~45,000 birds, and the other is currently the widest in Turkey measuring 108×28 meters and growing 50,000 birds.
Agrotop designed and integrated a unique temperature control system for the wide house, which pulls air into the attic and spreads it across the house. This system allows the house to keep the optimal growth temperature when the outside temperature rises to 40°C / 104°F in summer, or -25°C / -13°F with
heavy snow load in the winter.
Project by the numbers
Solutions we used
Temperature Control System
Koza / 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.”