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Starthander I Poker - VES Environmental Solutions, LLC
#5 Dairy Select Environmental: Every great system needs a great control. The VES Dairy Select is not just the computer and hardware system to run the
complete VES system; it is also a management tool that allows you to review what
is going on inside the barn and outside the barn. And verify that the VES system is
keeping the cows cool and comfortable. Giving your cows the ideal
environment will have them thanking you with improved milk production, animal
health, pregnancy rates and births. The system can be easily accessed by local
computer, on the internet or by your smart phone.
The air environment is only one part of a great cow comfort system, VES Environmental Solutions,
LLC. doesn’t stop here. We also consider 4 more critical areas of cow comfort: Lighting, Stalls,
Headlocks/Feeding along with Gates and Cow Movement.
A Change is in the Air...
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Lighting
Some of the owners of VES have been designing lighting products for over 30 years. When
faced with the task of providing the proper lighting, there was no one to follow. How do we
bring the perfect blue sky into the barn during the day and a full moon at night? The answer
to us was easy. First, lets design a wall where we can let in as much natural light as possible
without letting in the heat and harmful UV rays, hence we came up with the VES
Envirawall. Then we’ll design a long lasting, efficient Enviralight that
duplicates the same spectrum as natural daylight and moonlight
(moonlighter). By scientifically positioning these products in the building to
give the proper lighting levels, tying them into the Dairy Select Control, you
have a winner.
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•Air Exchange for Air Quality
Cow Comfort
When it comes to cow comfort many farmers have their own preferred method to bed,
feed and control cow flow in their buildings. VES has a full range of stall designs and
mounting systems, headlocks, gates, cow mattresses and rubber flooring. We understand the importance of comfort, durability, quality and longevity when it comes to
these products. VES has developed a full range and also works with the famers to
design custom products using the proven manufacturing components of VES.
Where does the research and knowledge of the
VES Environmental Solutions, LLC. Systems come from?
By the end of 2013 we will have 5 environmental research facilities in operation.
This will include a complete site in the UK, The Sychpant Farm with John &
Mark Allison in Pembrokeshire Wales; Matt and Beca Fendry Organic Dairy Farm
in Strum Wisconsin, 5 Star Dairy Calf and Dairy Farm with Lee Jensen in Elk
Mound WI and Fetzer Farms with Paul Fetzer in Elmwood, WI.
We design solutions and have a project management team that helps install the
system. Once the system is installed it get’s transferred to our research team,
headed by Dr. Wolf, to make sure you get the results. There is no one like VES. So
give us a call and allow us to show you how a VES system works and how we can save you money.
VES Environmental Solutions, LLC.
8296 Commerce Parkway, Suite 2
Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
Ph. 1-888-622-2999 or 1-715-720-0800
Fax. 1-715-720-0801
E-mail. [email protected]
www.vesenviro.com
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•ECV - Effective Cowside Velocity
Cools Cows
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• Ambient Temperature Drop 10 - 25° F
Milk
• Day and Night Lighting
Improves Milk Production
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VES
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Press
ation
Ventil
• Management and Environmental
System Controls
• Cow Comfort Products
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& Ligh
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, Stall
ates
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t
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i
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ocks
Cyclo
Headl
Many companies claim to be the best at
ventilation. VES Environmental Solutions,
LLC. Is the only company with the passion,
knowledge and a guaranteed payback on
your investment.
-Lee Jensen, 5 Star Dairy, Elk Mound, WI
1-888-622-2999 • www.vesenviro.com
VES Environmental Solutions, LLC. (VES) has been asked by many people around
the world, “How do you come up with your innovative ideas and designs?” The
answer is simple: We look to see what the Lord has provided for his creatures of the
world and then we strive to duplicate this inside the building.
We start with the most important thing: FRESH AIR. Dr. Mike Wolf, our
Bio-Response Research Manager, says “Cows are inefficient breathers and
providing adequate fresh air at the cow level year round is critical for
animal health and production.” Next we focus the fresh air into ECV
“effective cow-side velocity”. It is important not just to change the air but
to direct this air where the animals eat, sleep, and live.
In the summer we use the ECV to not just deliver fresh air but to create wind
speed over the animals in the summer heat and reduce the animal’s core body
temperature. Now that we have created a cost effective fresh air ECV pattern over
the cows, we have an option to add in our high pressure fog system. This will allow
us to lower the ambient temperature around the cows from 5 to 20° F. On a 100°
F day we can drop the ambient temperature to 85° F degrees, create an ECV of 7
miles per hour, so now the cows feel 78° F. At night when the temperature drops
to 75° F we use the air exchange and “ECV” of 7 miles per hour to get the cows
to feel 68° F. This means the core body temperature comes back to neutral and the
effects of heat stress are eliminated or substantially removed.
In the winter we focus on slowing our system down, not shutting it off. We use the natural
heat created by the cows, radiant heat from the ground and sunlight to keep the
temperature in the building above freezing. Our system runs to the lowest settings using
the least amount of power, and we continue to introduce fresh air to animals and
employees through our ECV system.
#2 Inlet or Outlet:
The most misunderstood part of a ventilation system is the inlet to
let the fresh air in. It is critical that the inlet/outlet is designed to
have the right size opening to help with the proper distribution of
air and to ensure maximum performance of the fans. Restricted air
End Wall Tunnel Ventilation Building with
High Pressure Fogging
flow through the inlet aperture means the fans cost more in energy
to pull the air in. Free flowing air through the right sized inlet means
the fans work at their peak efficiency.
NEW Patent Curtain EazyVent System
#3 ECV “Effective Cow-Side Velocity” or “Effective Cooling Velocity:”
VES Environmental Solutions LLC has gathered over 1 million
pieces of data along with Research from Dr. David Kemmel from
the University of Wisconsin. When we look at fans that create
ECV we do not want to just look at their CFM or thrust. We want
to know how effective the fan is at changing electrical energy
to air energy and focus that air energy where the cows sleep, eat
and lives. It is also important to have a fan that is variable speed
because the rate of “ECV” is variable depending on the time of day
and year.
FRESH AIR There are FIVE critical components of a fresh air system and only
VES Environmental Solutions, LLC. knows how to design a system for you that
will make them all balance together optimally.
#1 Exhaust Fans or Positive Pressure Fans:
Air needs to be exhausted (negative pressure) or introduced (positive pressure)
Cyclone Pattern creating Optimum ECV
Sidewall Tunnel with 72” BLAST Fans
#4 Ambient Temperature Drop:
Based on VES data and independent research we use High Pressure Fog as our main cooling system along
with soaking in the crowding area or along feed alleys (in high humidity areas)
Cross and Tunnel Ventilation with
FRP Exhaust Fans Outside
Positive Pressure Milking Parlor Outside with
FRP Exhaust Fans Outside
Cyclone with High Pressure Fogging
High Pressure Fog on Inlet of Sidewall Tunnel
Cross and Tunnel Ventilation with Cyclone Fans Inside
Positive Preassure Milking Parlor Inside
with 50” Cyclone Fans
Ph. 44 01616021515 • [email protected]
www.vesenvironmentalsolutions.com
VES Environmental Solutions, LLC. (VES) has been asked by many people around
the world, “How do you come up with your innovative ideas and designs?” The
answer is simple: We look to see what the Lord has provided for his creatures of the
world and then we strive to duplicate this inside the building.
We start with the most important thing: FRESH AIR. Dr. Mike Wolf, our
Bio-Response Research Manager, says “Cows are inefficient breathers and
providing adequate fresh air at the cow level year round is critical for
animal health and production.” Next we focus the fresh air into ECV
“effective cow-side velocity”. It is important not just to change the air but
to direct this air where the animals eat, sleep, and live.
In the summer we use the ECV to not just deliver fresh air but to create wind
speed over the animals in the summer heat and reduce the animal’s core body
temperature. Now that we have created a cost effective fresh air ECV pattern over
the cows, we have an option to add in our high pressure fog system. This will allow
us to lower the ambient temperature around the cows from 5 to 20° F. On a 100°
F day we can drop the ambient temperature to 85° F degrees, create an ECV of 7
miles per hour, so now the cows feel 78° F. At night when the temperature drops
to 75° F we use the air exchange and “ECV” of 7 miles per hour to get the cows
to feel 68° F. This means the core body temperature comes back to neutral and the
effects of heat stress are eliminated or substantially removed.
In the winter we focus on slowing our system down, not shutting it off. We use the natural
heat created by the cows, radiant heat from the ground and sunlight to keep the
temperature in the building above freezing. Our system runs to the lowest settings using
the least amount of power, and we continue to introduce fresh air to animals and
employees through our ECV system.
#2 Inlet or Outlet:
The most misunderstood part of a ventilation system is the inlet to
let the fresh air in. It is critical that the inlet/outlet is designed to
have the right size opening to help with the proper distribution of
air and to ensure maximum performance of the fans. Restricted air
End Wall Tunnel Ventilation Building with
High Pressure Fogging
flow through the inlet aperture means the fans cost more in energy
to pull the air in. Free flowing air through the right sized inlet means
the fans work at their peak efficiency.
NEW Patent Curtain EazyVent System
#3 ECV “Effective Cow-Side Velocity” or “Effective Cooling Velocity:”
VES Environmental Solutions LLC has gathered over 1 million
pieces of data along with Research from Dr. David Kemmel from
the University of Wisconsin. When we look at fans that create
ECV we do not want to just look at their CFM or thrust. We want
to know how effective the fan is at changing electrical energy
to air energy and focus that air energy where the cows sleep, eat
and lives. It is also important to have a fan that is variable speed
because the rate of “ECV” is variable depending on the time of day
and year.
FRESH AIR There are FIVE critical components of a fresh air system and only
VES Environmental Solutions, LLC. knows how to design a system for you that
will make them all balance together optimally.
#1 Exhaust Fans or Positive Pressure Fans:
Air needs to be exhausted (negative pressure) or introduced (positive pressure)
Cyclone Pattern creating Optimum ECV
Sidewall Tunnel with 72” BLAST Fans
#4 Ambient Temperature Drop:
Based on VES data and independent research we use High Pressure Fog as our main cooling system along
with soaking in the crowding area or along feed alleys (in high humidity areas)
Cross and Tunnel Ventilation with
FRP Exhaust Fans Outside
Positive Pressure Milking Parlor Outside with
FRP Exhaust Fans Outside
Cyclone with High Pressure Fogging
High Pressure Fog on Inlet of Sidewall Tunnel
Cross and Tunnel Ventilation with Cyclone Fans Inside
Positive Preassure Milking Parlor Inside
with 50” Cyclone Fans
Ph. 44 01616021515 • [email protected]
www.vesenvironmentalsolutions.com
A Change is in the Air...
#5 Dairy Select Environmental: Every great system needs a great control. The VES Dairy Select is not just the computer and hardware system to run the
complete VES system; it is also a management tool that allows you to review what
is going on inside the barn and outside the barn. And verify that the VES system is
keeping the cows cool and comfortable. Giving your cows the ideal
environment will have them thanking you with improved milk production, animal
health, pregnancy rates and births. The system can be easily accessed by local
computer, on the internet or by your smart phone.
The air environment is only one part of a great cow comfort system, VES Environmental Solutions,
LLC. doesn’t stop here. We also consider 4 more critical areas of cow comfort: Lighting, Stalls,
Headlocks/Feeding along with Gates and Cow Movement.
tion
Cross
ntila
nel Ve
n
u
T
and
Lighting
Some of the owners of VES have been designing lighting products for over 30 years. When
faced with the task of providing the proper lighting, there was no one to follow. How do we
bring the perfect blue sky into the barn during the day and a full moon at night? The answer
to us was easy. First, lets design a wall where we can let in as much natural light as possible
without letting in the heat and harmful UV rays, hence we came up with the VES
Envirawall. Then we’ll design a long lasting, efficient Enviralight that
duplicates the same spectrum as natural daylight and moonlight
(moonlighter). By scientifically positioning these products in the building to
give the proper lighting levels, tying them into the Dairy Select Control, you
have a winner.
ybrid
ne H
Cyclo
on &
ntilati
Ve
ng
Lighti
•Air Exchange for Air Quality
Cow Comfort
When it comes to cow comfort many farmers have their own preferred method to bed,
feed and control cow flow in their buildings. VES has a full range of stall designs and
mounting systems, headlocks, gates, cow mattresses and rubber flooring. We understand the importance of comfort, durability, quality and longevity when it comes to
these products. VES has developed a full range and also works with the famers to
design custom products using the proven manufacturing components of VES.
Where does the research and knowledge of the
VES Environmental Solutions, LLC. Systems come from?
By the end of 2013 we will have 5 environmental research facilities in operation.
This will include a complete site in the UK, The Sychpant Farm with John &
Mark Allison in Pembrokeshire Wales; Matt and Beca Fendry Organic Dairy Farm
in Strum Wisconsin, 5 Star Dairy Calf and Dairy Farm with Lee Jensen in Elk
Mound WI and Fetzer Farms with Paul Fetzer in Elmwood, WI.
We design solutions and have a project management team that helps install the
system. Once the system is installed it get’s transferred to our research team,
headed by Dr. Wolf, to make sure you get the results. There is no one like VES. So
give us a call and allow us to show you how a VES system works and how we can save you money.
VES Environmental Solutions, LLC.
8296 Commerce Parkway, Suite 2
Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
Ph. 1-888-622-2999 or 1-715-720-0800
Fax. 1-715-720-0801
E-mail. [email protected]
www.vesenviro.com
tio
entila
rlor V
a
P
g
in
•ECV - Effective Cowside Velocity
Cools Cows
g
ghtin
n & Li
• Ambient Temperature Drop 10 - 25° F
Milk
• Day and Night Lighting
Improves Milk Production
gh
t & Hi
C
Inle
urtain
VES
g
oggin
ure F
Press
ation
Ventil
• Management and Environmental
System Controls
• Cow Comfort Products
ting
& Ligh
s,
, Stall
ates
ng, G
i
t
h
g
i
ne, L
ocks
Cyclo
Headl
Many companies claim to be the best at
ventilation. VES Environmental Solutions,
LLC. Is the only company with the passion,
knowledge and a guaranteed payback on
your investment.
-Lee Jensen, 5 Star Dairy, Elk Mound, WI
1-888-622-2999 • www.vesenviro.com