Hog Cooling

Hog Cooling

Hot weather stresses swine in many ways. Some effects are very visible and measurable, while other hidden complications may go unnoticed until weeks or even months have passed. Poor feed conversion, reduced feed intake, lower conception rates, early embryonic deaths, and even deaths of mature animals can result when hogs are exposed to abundant heat. Our innovative, easy-to-use and cost-effective Drip-Cool and Spray-Cool systems curb the far-reaching impacts of heat stress on sows, boars, and finishing hogs. Wetting the hog’s hide for brief periods of time with a drip or coarse spray is the most successful technique for cooling swine.

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Swine Cooling System

Edstrom Drip-Cool and Spray-Cool systems keep hogs cool and productive in a variety of situations, from farrowing and crated gestation facilities to finishing hog and group gestation buildings.

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  1. Nozzle Cap
    Nozzle Cap, 11/16-16 thread, plastic 2320-2206
    $0.59
  2. Brass Spray Tip, Coarse Droplet, 0.3 gpm at 10 psi
  3. Filter Housing Top
    Filter Housing Top 2100-4970-002
    $17.00
  4. Nozzle Check Valve, 5 psi,  with 50 Mesh Screen Nozzle Check Valve, 5 psi,  with 50 Mesh Screen
    Nozzle Check Valve, 5 psi, with 50 Mesh Screen 2320-4298-650
    $3.68
  5. Nozzle Check Valve, 2 psi, with 50 Mesh Screen
    Nozzle Check Valve, 2 psi, with 50 Mesh Screen 2320-4298-550
    $3.68
  6. Filter 150 mesh 3/4
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Hot weather stresses swine in many ways. Some effects are very visible and measurable, while other hidden complications may go unnoticed until weeks or even months have passed. Poor feed conversion, reduced feed intake, lower conception rates, early embryonic deaths, and even deaths of mature animals can result when hogs are exposed to abundant heat. Our innovative, easy-to-use and cost-effective Drip-Cool and Spray-Cool systems curb the far-reaching impacts of heat stress on sows, boars, and finishing hogs. Wetting the hog’s hide for brief periods of time with a drip or coarse spray is the most successful technique for cooling swine.