Miratorg Opens High Tech Hatchery20 February 2014
RUSSIA - Bryansky Broiler LLC, the operator of the ABH Miratorg poultry project, is to open a high tech hatchery with the capacity of 75 million eggs per annum.
The company is developing vertically-integrated broiler chicken production with the capacity of 100,000 tons annually.
The hatchery with the value of 700 million rubles is the key element in the production chain, which includes crop division, hi-tech feedmill plant, poultry operation sites and automated slaughterhouse with the system of advanced processing.
The first lot of 170 thousand eggs has been already delivered to the hatchery from the henneries with the breeder sites.
The process is equipped at a state-of-the-art level and meets the severest veterinarian standards.
It is fully computerised and accurate temperature and humidity are maintained. The significant distinctive feature of the hatchery in Vygonichesky district from the others in Russia is that incubation is conducted out of hatchery. After the incubation period of 18,5 days a purpose-built thermal vehicle delivers an embryonated egg to the PATIO rearing sites.
“Modern poultry farming is hi-tech technologies at every stage of the process and especially in health support and safety precautions for the poultry. The hatchery is the most important element in the Miratorg poultry project. The incubation influences significantly further chicken developing and efficiency and we create the optimal conditions for healthy chicken arrival,” said the CEO of Bryansky Broiler LLC Nikolai Misyura.
“The next step of this great project is the commissioning of the broiler sites, where chickens will hatch with immediate access to feed and water without transportation stress. This is very important that by developing such a great poultry project we create about 2,5 thousand new jobs at a modern factory, with respectable salaries and prospects for advancement for Bryansk citizens,” said the chairman of board of directors of MIRATORG-Bryansk LLC Dmitri Moiseenko.
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