December 8th, 2016
A new sate-of-the-art building by Finrone Systems, constructed at Glynllifon College, Wales features in the latest episode of Welsh agricultural show, Ffermio.
Presenter, Daloni Metcalfe met with Farm Manager, Rhodri Owen to view the new building during the latest Farming Connect open day. Joe Neely, Sales and Project Manager at Finrone Systems was also there to provide information to attendees about the building and new technologies used.
The state-of-the-art building is a major investment for the college, fitted with the latest pig farming technology. The building is the first of its kind in the UK to house pigs from birth to bacon and features product firsts such as the ERRA Evofeed, an automatic dry sow feeder and low energy ventilation from CTI Control.
The video, available to view on the S4C on demand service will be available until 8 January 2017. To view it, click here.
Rhodri Owen, Farm Manager at Glynllifon College speaks to Ffermio about the new state-of-the-art building
Ffermio presenter, Daloni Metcalfe and Farm Manager, Rhodri Owen tour the new building by Finrone Systems
The new building features a dry sow room utilising automatic feeders from ERRA
Over 50 people attended the open day which included a tour of the new pig building at Glynllifon College
Exterior view of the new state-of-the-art building designed and constructed by Finrone Systems Ltd.
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To find out more about Ffermio, click here.
To find out more about Farming Connect events, click here.