FARM-TEK An intermediate concept for production at the crossroads between conventional and organic

For more than 5 years, I-TEK Solutions has been working on new building concepts. The goal: to be able to offer livestock farmers a turnkey tool. We have therefore developed 3 concepts: WELL-TEKFARM-TEK and BIO-TEK.

What these three types of building have in common is that they can be adapted to any size of farm and blend in perfectly with the landscape, thanks in particular to the materials and the different colours available. This means we can offer farmers buildings perfectly in tune with their environment, with an emphasis on the health quality of the farms in addition to the aesthetic aspect, in line with today’s societal expectations. The buildings comply with the principle of “moving forward”, facilitating the work of farmers and avoiding the mixing of animals during the physiological stage changes, thereby significantly limiting the transmission of diseases.

The FARM-TEK concept grew out of an observation: unlike poultry and beef production, supply on the pork market remains traditional (conventional or organic). The objective of the FARM-TEK building concept is to provide an answer to the environmental, nutritional and societal challenges of tomorrow. FARM-TEK makes it possible to meet consumer demands for information on the conditions in which animals are reared and to reduce the use of antibiotics (better traceability). As for farmers, they will be able to produce quality pork at a price that is attractive to the consumer and profitable for the producer, at the midway point between lowest-price meat and meat that is certified organic.

This concept has also been designed with education in mind as it allows barn visits via a side aisle and windows, while respecting the biosecurity of the farm, as visitors have no direct contact with the stall environment.

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  • Concept adaptable to the size of the farm
  • Carefully crafted environment to project a better image to visitors and consumers
  • Harmonious integration of the building in the landscape
  • Compliance with the principles of “moving forward” and biosecurity.
  • Possibility of broadcasting music in barns
  • Side aisle in the farrowing house which allows outside visits without contact with the animals, thereby reducing the risk of bacterial transmission
  • Animals reared with maximum freedom
  • Fattening on straw



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