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  1. pdf icon University of Arkansas – Sprinklers Cool Birds and Conserve Water
    Sprinklers are shown to reduce humidity by 20% and can save over 50% of cooling water
  2. pdf icon Mississippi State University – 2020 Research Study Showing Comparison of Cool Cell only vs Combined Sprinkler Cool Cells
    Research Study shows drastic reduction in water usage while maintaining lower humidity and improving grower earnings.
  3. pdf icon Mississippi State University – Research Poster on Water Conservation and Production Benefits of Sprinkling Broilers
    Research shows that broiler production can benefit by combining sprinklers and cool cells to improve flock performance.  Sprinkler technology can save over 50% of cooling water usage and reduce relative humidity in the broiler house by 20%.
  4. Mississippi State University –Sprinkler Systems Benefit Animal Welfare, Reduce Water Use
    In this interview with Tom Tabler, PhD, professor at the Mississippi State Extension, describes how sprinklers used in conjunction with cool cells will work effectively to benefit animal welfare and dramatically reduce water use.
  5. pdf icon Mississippi State University (University Trial Field Result) - Water Savings Using Sprinkler Systems
    Sprinkler Technology can save over 50% of cooling water usage and reduce relative humidity in the broiler house by 20%.  Allowing house temperatures of almost 90 degree F results in lower humidity, less mortality, enhanced cooling-water conservation, and better flock performance.
  6. pdf icon University of Arkansas - Sprinkler Technology Improves Broiler Production Sustainability:  From Stress Alleviation to Water Usage Conservation: A Mini Review
    This research study has shown that sprinklers will reduce stress levels and preserve energy during heat stress which would lead to improved performance
  7. Queensland Government Australia, Dept. of Agriculture and Fisheries - Sprinkler Cooling System Trial
    The results of this study found that in-shed sprinklers are an effective cooling system that can be used to complement and reduce the use of evaporative cooling pads.  Be sure to go to the end of this page for several links on reports and presentations from Australia.