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Maximizing air movement over the entire bird during hot weather
July 19th, 2011 by Grow With Tyson

Here is some timely information from the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Cooperative Extension:

In order to maximize bird cooling during hot weather it is crucial that birds remain evenly distributed throughout a house. Though the air temperature at the inlet end of a tunnel house may often be three to five degrees cooler than at the fan end, the truth is that birds at the inlet end are often the hottest birds in a house due the fact that density is often the highest near the tunnel inlet as a result of bird migration.

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