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The new pig house, with solar panels, was built in 2018.


first meet the feeding programme: in yellow cups with a nip- ple. Similar concepts have hit the market before, but the devil is in the detail, as Roel van den Bruggen, account manager swine at Swinco, explains: “We have tried to take out the pit- falls of the cup system.” For instance, tubes can be screwed into the solid cups, which means that replacement can be done easily and swiftly. In addition, the nipple system will make sure the milk will never overflow, so no milk is wasted.


Automatic dispensing system Through an automatic dispensing system, the cups are con- nected to a central kitchen, where the artificial milk is mixed automatically, using milk powder and water. The mixture is brewed at 55ºC, cooled down to 30ºC, and then sent into the circuit through the ten lactation rooms. Everything that is not consumed will come back to the kitchen and can be warmed up again through a heat exchanger and re-distributed. The


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