Good minimum ventilation is essential for a good climate in the house. This makes it an absolute condition for a top performance from your animals! Sufficient minimum ventilation is essential to extract damaging waste substances such as CO2, NH3, moisture, dust and heat and to introduce oxygen rich air. A good gas balance is particularly important for young birds as the organs and skeleton develop in the first two weeks of life, and the foundations are laid for a robust immune system.
Excessive minimum ventilation is mainly associated with disadvantages. This has a negative impact on animal performance, increases the risk of mortality, and can cause additional mortality at a later stage.
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