Chicken and Pig Housing
Chicken HousingJokama has established itself as a leader in fulfilling the needs of poultry farmers countrywide. We not only supply expert and professional advice, but also assist customers with the latest technology in the design of new houses and the upgrading and extensions of current houses. Competitive prices and the ability to offer a full service for all the customers’ steel requirements – our ‘DIY-concept’, as well as the potential to organize and execute speedy delivery, places Jokama as the number one choice for successful poultry farm planning. In order to enjoy the privilege of top quality products, best advice, prices and personal client service.
WHY CHOOSE JOKAMA CHICKEN HOUSING
- Jokama has been in Business Since 1979
- Jokama provides training at its own farm when an Environmental or Conventional Broiler House is bought.
- Jokama has also built Chicken Houses in neighbouring countries like Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana, Kenia, Mozambique.
- Jokama has built Broiler Houses for the Major Companies in RSA such as : Rainbow , Early Bird , Afgri ( Daybreak), Supreme , VKB.
JOKAMA CHICKEN HOUSING WALL CONFIGURATIONS
Our Nuwall concept is a unique design which consists of a 50mm Concrete (35Mpa) with fibres for the inner layer of the wall, combined with a 50mm Polystyrene which is finished off with an acrylic plaster on the exposed side. This combination of concrete and polystyrene minimises heat loss thus lowering heating costs making your poultry house more economical.
CHROMADEK PANEL WALL:
This is most probably the most common wall used in the construction of modern poultry houses today, this wall consist of a 75mm Polystyrene panel which is cladded with a 0.5mm Chromadek metal sheet. This wall is quick and easy to install but not necessarily as durable.
This concept has been used for at least the past 25 years and is still in use today by the majority of contract growers in South Africa. The wall consists of a Dwarf wall of approximately 600mm up from the floor and then covered with a welded mesh from the dwarf wall to the roof, the welded mesh is then covered with a PVC Curtain which can be raised and lowered with a cable pulley system to promote airflow in the poultry house.