Fogger System for Dairy Farming

7800

Sprinkling and Fogging Systems for Dairy FarmsOne of the biggest problems faced by dairy farmers in south India is the high temperatures.High temperatures adversely affect health of the animal and milk yield in summer.The simplest way to keep the animals cool is take the animals to a water body like a pond or a water stream and leave the buffaloes in water for atleast 4 hours a day.The problem with this approach is that not all dairy farmers have access to a pond or a river and also this is not practical for big dairy farms.So the alternative is to install foggers within the shed and sprinklers above the shed.These have cost overhead and might not be practical for a small dairy farmer.Pressurized water is used to operate Sprinklers and Foggers operate based pressurized water released at regular intervals.A pressure boosting pump is installed to generate water pressure.A timer device is used to operate the pump at a pre-configured time intervals.FoggersFoggers are small nozzles which produce very fine water droplets which looks like fog or mist.These are also called misters or mist system.Most of these generated droplets evaporate before they can reach to the ground.As they evaporate, they reduce the shed temperature.These are installed below the roof of the shed and 20 mm PVC 2.5 mm thick water pipelines should be installed within the shed.Foggers are fixed to these pipelines.Each fogger should have a gap of 2 to 4 feet.

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Sprinkling and Fogging Systems for Dairy FarmsOne of the biggest problems faced by dairy farmers in south India is the high temperatures.High temperatures adversely affect health of the animal and milk yield in summer.The simplest way to keep the animals cool is take the animals to a water body like a pond or a water stream and leave the buffaloes in water for atleast 4 hours a day.The problem with this approach is that not all dairy farmers have access to a pond or a river and also this is not practical for big dairy farms.So the alternative is to install foggers within the shed and sprinklers above the shed.These have cost overhead and might not be practical for a small dairy farmer.Pressurized water is used to operate Sprinklers and Foggers operate based pressurized water released at regular intervals.A pressure boosting pump is installed to generate water pressure.A timer device is used to operate the pump at a pre-configured time intervals.FoggersFoggers are small nozzles which produce very fine water droplets which looks like fog or mist.These are also called misters or mist system.Most of these generated droplets evaporate before they can reach to the ground.As they evaporate, they reduce the shed temperature.These are installed below the roof of the shed and 20 mm PVC 2.5 mm thick water pipelines should be installed within the shed.Foggers are fixed to these pipelines.Each fogger should have a gap of 2 to 4 feet.

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