SmartPro expansion helps Oril-Leader improve hatchability, chick quality
The new equipment at Ukraine's largest poultry farm includes 10 SmartSetPro-6 setters
Oril-Leader, Ukraine’s largest poultry farm, has selected Pas Reform’s SmartPro single-stage incubation technologies for the expansion of its hatchery. As a result, the company has seen a marked improvement in hatchability and chick quality. Oril Leader has doubled its capacity to meet growing demand.
The new hatchery equipment includes 10 SmartSetPro-6 setters that use 150-egg capacity trays to accommodate up to 115,200 hatching eggs each and bringing total capacity up to 75 million eggs per year.
The SmartSetPro setters incorporate modular design, Pas Reform’s Vortex-based airflow principle, Adaptive Metabolic Feedback (AMF) and the Energy Saving Module (ESM). All are utilized to optimize uniformity and climate conditions for each batch of eggs.
Reconstruction has also included the building of five new farms, for a total of nine, and a slaughterhouse, which has added capacity to 9,000 chicks per hour. The reconstruction was finished in 2016.
Oril-Leader was founded in 1980, joining Mironovsky Hleboproduct, the largest poultry complex in Ukraine, in 2001. The launch of the newly reconstructed and expanded poultry integration has already created 300 local jobs and the company’s investment will double its production capacity to meet rapidly growing demand from customers,” says Uteshev Valeriyovych, Oril-Leader’s general director.
“Where we have already introduced single-stage incubation at our hatchery, we have seen a marked improvement in hatchability and in the quality of the day-old chicks,” he says, “and with Pas Reform’s support, we have created a strongly motivated, well-trained team and a very successful, highly innovative operation.”
Pas Reform’s regional sales manager, Boris Marchenko, concludes, “Oril Leader is one of our oldest customers. We are delighted to see the company being so successful and look forward to working with them as they continue to expand their market.”