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Projects for extreme climate will be presented at Poultry India 2017

Agrotop will exhibit at Poultry India 2017, which will take place November 22-24 at Hitex, Hyderabad, India. Participating for the tenth time, Agrotop will focus on full vertical integration solutions at the exhibition.

Visitors who are interested in advanced poultry project solutions are invited to visit Agrotop’s Stall Q13-Q15 in Hall 3 to learn more about the company’s line of solutions for livestock construction projects.

Agrotop has acquired extensive experience in successfully completing complicated projects in difficult climate zones. Among others, the company has completed three projects, which were especially designed to address extreme heat and varying humidity in India.

The first project included growing 150,000 broilers at a farm located near Hyderabad in an area with extreme weather conditions and unreliable electric infrastructures.

Suguna Foods, one of India’s largest broiler meat companies, chose Agrotop to design and construct its first modern broiler project consisting of six large houses equipped with modern feeding and operation systems.

The second project is 600,000 layers and 200,000 pullets, for Amrit in West Bengal. Each house 100,000 birds.

Another project included the design and building of a climate-controlled, deep-litter, heavy breeders’ farm. The project, in the Tamil Nadu state, is a pilot farm for VH, the largest breeding company in India.

“India is a one of the fastest-growing poultry markets in the world as chicken consumption is constantly rising,” said Gavriel Pelleg, Agrotop’s CMO and founding partner. “We have already proven our ability to successfully carry out vertical integration projects in India and intend to further expand our presence in the local market.”