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THE MOST HUMANE WAY

TO SEPARATE INJURED

AND FATIGUED HOGS

Specifically designed using direct feedback from meat packing plant professionals.

605.332.1014

The Fatigue Separator is designed to help hogs that have grown tired on their journey stay safe on load in and load out.  Every year between 800,000 and 1,000,000 hogs become non ambulatory from fatigue or injury during transport or during the unloading Process.  Some hogs become fatigued because of the stress of loading and unloading them on trucks going to market.  The vast majority of non-ambulatory or fatigued hogs recover with rest and are processed without affecting food safety or meat quality.

WHAT IS IT?

THE FATIGUE SEPARATOR

Fatigue Seperator Diagram

5 FEET LONG

2 FEET DEEP

32 INCHES TALL

STRONG 100% ALUMINUM FRAME

LIGHTWEIGHT (34 POUNDS) BUT BUILT TO LAST THE TEST OF TIME

NOISE-REDUCING UMD SKIDS PREVENT UNDUE ANIMAL STRESS

Designed and constructed with specific professional input from packing plant experts to exceed industry standard of humane treatment of fatigued and injured animals.

Hog Farm Pigs At A Meat Packing Plant

WHAT DOES IT DO?

THE FATIGUE SEPARATOR

Helps to eliminate / greatly reduce transport losses.

- Protects the welfare of the animals that are being transported.

- Minimize risk of monetary loss from non-ambulatory livestock.

- Minimize legal liability risk for your company and/or the company transporting the livestock.

- Avoid costly carcass trim loss, bruising, and disposal fees.

Ensures your company is in compliance with the Downed Animal Protection Act.

- Regulations of this act are enforced by the Secretary of Agriculture.

- Non-complaince with the DAPA may result in costly fines and other penalties.

- Requires non-ambulatory animals to be humanely euthanized.

- Ensures that non-ambulatory animals do not enter the food chain.

Assists meat packing facilities in becoming more efficient / reducing potential losses.

- Non-ambulatory pigs often result in increased labor cost as they are more difficult to handle.

- Pork quality defects can tarnish your brand and weaken vendor relationships.

- Inhumane treatment of animals may result in public relations issues that create a negative public perception.

CONTACT US

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605.332.1014

LJ Industries LLC

824 North Weber Avenue

Sioux Falls, SD

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