Lockinger will speak about “The most efficient house at a poultry farm” that will take place the Meat, breeders and incubation’s Hall on October 25th at 8:45 a.m.
Electrical Engineer graduated from the Saskatchewan Technical Institute in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada in 1970.
With 25 years of experience in the poultry area, eight of which he worked for the Shenandoah Manufacturing company, creator of the ULTRA-RAY radiation brooder, the most efficient in the industry in whose design and development, Lockinger played an important role.
In addition to being part of the design and research team of controlled environment systems at CHORE-TIME, he is the Regional Sales Manager for Latin America of this same company and works on this type of ventilation in Tropical Climates.
Due to his level of specialization, Lockinger is one of the people who, together with other experts in the scientific community, are investigating the application of controlled environment systems.