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Bintrac is a complete system with various interfaces in addition to site communications to remotely monitor multiple sites.

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Best in class bin scales combined with a complete suite of communication interfaces to fit any need. Browse All Products

Bin Weighing Module

Load cell with patented mounting bracket that stores and displays current inventory by bin, 24-hour feed use and feed delivery weight.

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HouseLINK™ Interfaces

HouseLINK™ is hardware designed to transmit data from the BinTrac bin weighing system to any third-party house control system.

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Site Communications

Proprietary radios that connects our Communication Hub.

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Remote Data Collection

Data is collected and stored on our secure database or manually collected on site through BinLINK.

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Feed System Manager

Complete web-based solution.

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Breeder Control

Electronic Feed Weighing System replacing mechanical scales with an integrated solution for bin filling, batching and feed tracking.

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Turkey

The latest forecast for 2017 turkey production is 6.1 billion pounds, up from just under 6 billion pounds in 2016
Turkey Production in the United States has increased nearly 104 percent since 1970, meeting consumers' demand as more people choose turkey.
Turkey meat production in the United States over the first eight months of 2016 totaled nearly 4 billion pounds, approximately 7 percent above the same period in 2015.

Broiler

The top 3 export destinations (value) in 2015 were Mexico, Canada and Hong Kong.
Citing the latest hatchery data, USDA is calling for broiler production in 2017 to increase from 40.7 billion pounds to 41.6 billion pounds.
Approximately thirty-five companies are involved in the business of raising, processing and marketing chickens on a “vertically integrated” basis – that is, the company is able to ensure quality at each step of the process.
Americans consume more chicken than anyone else in the world – more than 90 pounds per capita in 2015 – the number one protein consumed in the United States.
The United States has the largest broiler chicken industry in the world, and about 19 percent of production was exported to other countries in 2015.
About 25,000 family farmers have production contracts with the companies. Approximately 95 percent of broiler chickens are produced on these farms, with the remaining 5 percent raised on company-owned farms.
The top 5 broiler producing states are: Georgia, Arkansas, Alabama, North Carolina and Mississippi.

Swine

Nationwide, more than 60,000 pork producers annually market more than 110 million hogs. These animals provided total gross receipts of $23.4 billion.
Pork consumption in 2017 is forecast at 2.360 million MT (carcass wt), 8.5 per cent larger than it was in 2015. Higher imports have accounted for 65 per cent of the increase in consumption in 2016‐17.

Layers

United States shell egg production totaled 7.91 billion during January 2017.
Table egg flock size on February 1, 2017, was 318 million layers. Rate of lay per day on February 1, 2017, averaged 77.1 eggs per 100 layers, up 3 percent from February 1, 2016.
Today, there are approximately 199 egg producing companies with flocks exceeding 75,000 hens. These companies represent about 99 percent of all the hens in the United States. In 1994, there were around 350 companies with flocks exceeding 75,000 hens.
Today, there are approximately 199 egg producing companies with flocks exceeding 75,000 hens. These companies represent about 99 percent of all the hens in the United States. In 1994, there were around 350 companies with flocks exceeding 75,000 hens.
The five largest egg producing states represent approximately 51 percent of all U.S. hens.
Presently, there are approximately 61 egg producing companies with 1 million-plus hens that represents approximately 85 percent of total production and 15 companies with greater than 5 million hens.
As of September 2016, organic and cage-free shell egg production accounted for 12.5% of current table egg layer flock (37.6 million hens). Of this, 4.7% are organic (14.1 million hens) and 7.8% are cage-free (23.5 million hens).

Industrial

Expected annual U.S. GDP growth to average 2.3% between 2017 and 2020. U.S. manufacturing output growth is expected to average only 1.5% over this period.

Microbreweries

The Brewers Association reports that the number of breweries in the U.S. just crossed the 5,000 mark. To be precise, there were a total of 5,005 breweries in America at the end of November, a new record high.