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DRIER LITTER, LESS AMMONIA, HEALTHIER TURKEYS


Flex saddle


Tilts to dispense water


Heavy duty material


The Best Start for Young Turkeys Ziggity’s D-Max systems are specially designed for smaller turkeys. Featuring a compact, size-appropriate drinker, young turkeys can easily access the water they need to perform well.


A Robust System for Adult Turkeys T-Max systems use a similar concept as D-Max but feature drinkers and saddles that are even more robust. Most notably, T-Max uses shock absorbing flex saddles to handle the aggressive behavior of adult turkeys.


Turkeys easily transition from D-Max to T-Max as both drinkers utilize the same Activator concept. D-Max and T-Max drinkers are self-cleaning and dispense ample water without spillage. Litter stays drier for reduced ammonia release, better bird welfare and improved performance.


The Poultry Watering Specialists


Learn more at ziggity.com/HealthyTurkeys


MANUFACTURER OF PLASTIC


CRATES & PALLETS


We offer containers or boxes for the logistics and export of one-day- old chicks. But also for the transport of adult chickens or poultry. We provide various solutions depending on the automation level of a


company and its logistics system.


Gamma-Wopla SA | Rue de la Royenne 78 | B - 7700 Mouscron Tel.: +32 56 85 20 85 | info@gammawopla.com | www.gamma-wopla.com


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