Drought-fighter! Repeat cycle timers control energy-efficient feed production…in a trailer!

Drought-fighter! Repeat cycle timers control energy-efficient feed production…in a trailer!

The Airotronics TH3KAD solid state timer provides precise, controlled timing for various functions in an exciting new on-site, environmentally-friendly and transportable animal-feed growing technology from Fodder Nation.

Multifunction timers control light, water, ventilation

Multifunction timers control light, water, ventilation

Ideally suited to regions of frequent to severe drought, or under pressure of escalating grain and forage prices, Fodder Nation units are climate-controlled, preassembled buildings delivered ready to hook up and use.
The hydroponic growing system uses automation and resource conservation to reduce water, cost, labor, area, handling, and preparation space required for growing barley fodder. Both the physical design and the two-stage starting/growing process solve challenges in this emerging technology, which delivers a nutrient-dense and highly-digestible alternative to hay.
From flood and drip irrigation, to air and moisture control, and optimized lighting for every tray level, five TH3KAD Repeat Cycle timers keep the fodder-growing process predictable, efficient and productive.

Fresh fodder, please!

Fresh fodder, please!

Airotronics TH3KAD Repeat Cycle solid state timers provide dissimilar On/Off cycle times, factory-fixed or variable timing, and virtually unlimited time ranges. Reliability, ease of installation and total encapsulation make this a great choice for Fodder Nation’s built-to-order units.
Says founder Paul Pluss, in Ramona, CA, “These Airotronics timers are working just great”.
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