Agricultural House Lighting
HATO Agricultural Lighting has more than 40 years’ experience in providing lighting solutions for the agricultural sector. Our leading position has been built on our knowledge and expertise about how light affects animal behaviour and well-being. There are several important factors when considering livestock housing equipment, one of these is house lighting; with our strong commitment to innovation, we are constantly renewing our range of products to fulfil the needs of both the animal and the customer.
We believe that all livestock housing demands a tailor-made solution. The different dimensions and conditions of livestock housing mean that each type needs a 'custom made' approach to ensure uniform light distribution. We provide house lighting for every kind of application: our research and many years of experience have resulted in the right lamp for every category of livestock.
Hy-Line Australia & Lohmann Layers Australia
"I can confidently say that we will be proceeding with installing these lights in all our current sheds as well as the possibility of any future planned sheds.” Tim Lawry, Electrician at Hy-Line Australia, says.Read more
How layers can benefit from an optimized light climateLayer health, laying rate, egg weight, egg quality, feed intake, feed conversion rate and even animal welfare are all affected by the light climate. Read more
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Why is light distribution crucial in poultry management?
Light distribution is crucial for animal welfare and production in broiler and layer houses. Each type has its own specific lighting requirements.
Utilizing efficient broiler production with lighting
Efficient broiler production requires an optimal environment and therefore an optimal light climate. An ideal broiler environment consists of correct...
How layers can benefit from an optimized light climate
Layer health, laying rate, egg weight, egg quality, feed intake, feed conversion rate and even animal welfare are all affected by the light climate.