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PigTek unveils new SWING-FIX Gestation Stalls

Solution to help pig producers take their sow management to a higher level while meeting new animal space requirements, including compliance with Prop. 12.

October 7, 2022

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PigTek has introduced its SWING-FIX Gestation Stalls as a solution to help pig producers take sow management to a higher level while meeting new animal space requirements, including compliance with Proposition 12. Available as a retrofit to back gates on existing conventional stalls or as new installation, the SWING-FIX Door features a proven design based on PigTek's many years of European pig production experience.
 
Free access mode on the SWING-FIX Stall allows sows to exercise and stay in good condition by freely walking in and out of individual stalls. When a sow enters a stall to eat, the door automatically closes behind it for privacy. The sow can release itself by simply backing up to a latch that opens the door.
 
Additionally, producers can temporarily lock sows into the stalls to aid breeding and pregnancy scanning. A convenient lever allows individual stalls or whole rows to be locked or released at once. A total of four operating positions offers various sow containment options.
 
SWING-FIX Gestation Stalls are available with standard or artificial insemination doors. The stalls have few moving parts to help reduce maintenance, and they provide a quiet operating environment to minimize animal stress.

Source: PigTek, which is solely responsible for the information provided, and wholly owns the information. Informa Business Media and all its subsidiaries are not responsible for any of the content contained in this information asset. 

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