Since the start of Galebreaker Agri in 1984 we have understood the importance of getting fresh air into agricultural buildings. Through innovation and product design we aim to continually improve the air quality in agricultural buildings, reduce heat on livestock and reduce respiratory diseases and sickness which help to produce better yields and improve livestock performances. Improving air quality can only be reached by exchanging the existing air in the agricultural building. Research has shown that in summer periods up to 22 to 45 times the air volume of a dairy barn needs to be exchanged with fresh outside air.
To achieve such a high level of air exchange, natural ventilation plays a major role and as ventilation specialists, we need to understand the concepts of barn design, the principles of air in-and-outlets and the essence of animal welfare.