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Welcome to Dalton Engineering

Dalton Engineering has been in the poultry business for over 30 years. We are experts at looking after your poultry feeding, drinking and ventilation systems.

From a single feeder to a complete installation, we can supply everything. As well as new installations we can also update your current systems, improving efficiency and productivity.

Our rigorous quality control ensures that everything we supply or manufacture meets uncompromising standards and keeps us one step ahead of the competition! We demand and supply only the best products available.

Poultry Farming Blog

  • Common Poultry Diseases and How to Prevent Them

    21/05/2015 15:24 Posted by Andrew Errington

    Chicken flocks do not tend to just spontaneously erupt with an infectious disease. Such diseases are instead introduced into flocks in ways that go unnoticed, such as unintentionally carried in on clothing and shoes. Equally common are diseases that the flock are exposed to via the likes of equipment, other animals, vermin, and new additions to the flock, feed and pests.

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