A TEXHA Egg Collecting System Will Deal With Every Aspect of the Production Process
By using the latest automated unloading trays, poultry farmers can minimise the risk of breakage and ensure that as many eggs as possible are in a marketable condition.
Customers can also implement re-laying systems, sorting out eggs that need to be sent to hatcheries from eggs that are destined for retailers and other food producers. These systems include custom-built conveyor belts and trays that can be tailored for any poultry farming environment. Eggs can also be washed and dried before being before being graded by shape and colour. Systems can also incorporate UV disinfection equipment to protect against disease. Eggs can then be weighed using electronic scales, marked and then packaged however customers desire. TEXHA’s automation systems also extend as far as creating solutions for palletising and transporting egg containers with a minimum rate of damage during transit. It all enables egg producers to create smooth, efficient production lines that automate as many functions as possible and ensure a high-quality product is delivered to consumers.
The Benefits of an Automated Egg Collecting System
By implementing automated egg collecting systems, poultry farmers can produce a higher quantity of eggs per square foot of production space. The modern egg collection systems provided by TEXHA can precisely control environmental conditions in cages, creating the ideal conditions for hens to lay. Critical conditions like humidity, temperature, and light levels can be modulated to improve the health of flocks. By installing automated systems, staff can also save time and resources. Instead of carrying out routine monitoring and production tasks, they can add value to the company’s operations in other areas. Staff don’t need to enter cages to collect eggs at any stage. With automated collection systems, eggs are transported to processing centres via conveyor belts that are integrated into cages, without compromising the health of the birds. At the processing and packaging stages, labour requirements are also minimised. Container sanitisation, UV disinfection, egg marking, grading and weighing, and safe storage before transportation are all included in TEXHA’s automated egg collection systems. The end result is greater efficiency, lower costs and higher production. Every bird in the production facility can be made more productive without damaging their health. Energy usage per egg produced will be lower, and staff productivity will rise. That’s why leading poultry farmers have switched entirely to an automated egg collecting system. Contact TEXHA and discover how your business can benefit.