It is important to monitor your animals for signs of heat exhaustion. Heavy panting and an open mouth are sure signs of heat stress in most pets or livestock.
With a combination of high ambient temperatures and humidity, body heat may accumulate faster than your horses or cattle can get rid of it, as a fact, horses are better at keeping themselves warm than cooling themselves off.
Milk production as well as the egg output of chickens and ducks is reduced by 20-40% during the summer months, due to the severe effects of heat stress on animals.
Farmers' livelihoods depend on transporting their animals in a safe and efficient manner, livestock cooling can mean the difference between a successful, profitable company and sheer failure. The success of these businesses is dependent on their ability to transport their animals to market.
Keeping your horses or other livestock cool and deterring flying insects is more than just an act of kindness. It's a matter of safety.
• Improves livestock environment
• Keep your animals and you cooler by 8 degrees Celsius or more
• Assists in reducing dust and pollens in the air
• Deters flies and other insects
• Reduce heat stress and lower mortality rate
• Mist flash evaporates which means the areas do not get wet
• Uses minimal water under a high pressure pump
• Energy efficient
• Minimum maintenance required
• Quality equipment
• Can be used in dry or humid conditions
• Cost effective - less expensive than other solutions
• Increase turnover
Our FogFrog Range of portable livestock cooling fans is part of inventory of products that are used when transporting your animals. These portable mist cooling fans are especially popular with horse breeders and cattle ranchers.
Our livestock Mist static line for stables and paddocks and FogFrog Mist fans use flash evaporation cooling to reduce the temperature by up to 8 degrees. By using a high pressure pump and mist line, water is pumped through specialised nozzles that create a fine mist that can reduce the temperature, both indoors and outdoors.