Properties for Sale in Al Maqam

Farm for Sale in Al Maqam

Poultry Farm I Chicken Farm For Sale I UAE

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Property size:
75,000,000 sqft / 6,967,728 sqm
55,000,000 AED
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Al Maqam
Al Ain


Faisal Kannanjeri
Agent at Early Real Estate
Speaks English, Arabic, Hindi, Urdu, Tamil, Malayalam


Call +971507071935

Growth in poultry farming has been relentless. Chicken meat consumption is expected to exceed that of pork by 2022, making it the number one meat globally.

Egg consumption continues to grow as well because eggs are inexpensive, easy to process and can be included in other foods. Universal acceptance by nearly all cultures and religions ensures that poultry will continue to prosper.

In the next 30 years, we will see another 3 billion people inhabit the Earth, and the middle class of urban dwellers will continue to rise. Poultry farming must respond. Farmers must farm data, not just chickens, and in doing so, harness new digital technologies and information to improve efficiencies and respond to the growing requirements of proactively engaged consumers.

Here are four digital technologies that will define the future of poultry farming.

Robots doing the dirty work

One of the most practical applications of digital technology in the poultry industry is that of robots.

There are a multitudinous number of repetitive tasks that robots could assist with. Poultry houses require nearly constant attention — cleaning and sanitising, collecting eggs and checking birds. This is time-consuming, monotonous work, but it would not bother a robot. Additionally, robots are more precise, thorough and honest about the work they do compared to their human counterparts.

France-based Octopus Robots designs entirely autonomous robots to prevent and control disease and infection in poultry houses. The bots also evaluate environmental factors such as temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide, ammonia, sound and brightness.

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