I am getting busier and busier, my apology for not updating my blog. I am travelling very often and most of the time reaching home late please bear with me.
Few weeks ago I was in The East Coast setting up the sound system of a standalone farm. Believe me, this is a huge farm. The owner has a vision for the future therefore he planned for such size.
It is a 50 x 150 ft , 4 storey farm. I could say this is going to be one of those big farms in the East coast. The farm takes about 6 months to complete. I anticipated the sound should be switched on by end of July if everything goes smooth.
I had personally done a Birds Test and survey on this area last year and the result is promising. With such good result the owner immediately starts the construction works.
The owner is very ambitious and very confident about this farm. In fact this is his 1st farm.
It is located in a very good environment for Swiftlet Farming. There are huge rivers around this farm with plenty of greenery.
The sound system was specially set up to accommodate the design and the location of the farm. The placement of the tweeters and all wiring that linked to the Amplifiers are pre-calculated. There is even a special control room for the sound system. We are taking about 7500sf per floor.
For such huge farm it is not easy to manage the sound system and I am making sure the sound will reach all areas of the farm with stable tune of frequency.
This would very much influence the birds to fly into the without fear.” Bigger the farm bigger the effort and bigger the task”.
Some of the stuff that will be used in this farm is Bazookas, Hex tweeters, etc…….
Good farming All!