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Penelope the Prinzen Packer

Rejana Clark has affectionately named her Prinzen PSPC 7 egg packer – ‘Penelope’.  Rejana and her family have owned and operated Clark Poultry, a breeder farm, for the past 16 years. Over the years, they have grown their business and as of 2004 they have four breeder houses. As her business continued to expand, one […]
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Vencomatic Dealers Meeting

Vencomatic dealers had time for some R ‘n R during the dealer meeting this September in Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada.  Golfers from left to right are: Edwin Vaags – Prinzen BV; Bill Shirey- Hershey Equipment Co. Inc.; Tyler DeBoer – Jonkman Equipment Ltd.; David Thompson – Vencomatic North America.
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Adel Grand Opening

We celebrated the Grand Opening of our new facility in Adel, Iowa on October 26, 2016. Throughout the day we had over 150 customers, suppliers and neighbors visit our new facility. Guests had an opportunity to learn about our products and tour our showroom which includes displays for nests, egg handling equipment, and lighting systems.
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Walking the Talk On Improving Customer Service

Continuous improvement is one of those things we don’t just talk about at Vencomatic – we’re always working hard to find ways to improve as a company and more importantly to improve our customer’s experience. In June, we gathered our sales and technical teams together in Des Moines; one of the key objectives of this […]
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New Look, New Locations

Vencomatic has been busy the last few months updating and refreshing our logo, look, and website. Take some time to browse through our new and improved site –– where you can review our full-range of poultry equipment! That’s not the only thing changing at Vencomatic – to serve our customers better, our U.S. and […]
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Get Ahead of the Regulatory Curve

Consumer demand and changing regulatory requirements have put more and more pressure on producers to make the transition to cage-free operations. However, replacing equipment is an expensive and long-term investment. “Typically, production equipment has a life-span of about 20+ years, so when our customers make an equipment decision it needs to have a long shelf-life […]
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Introducing… Rick and Tim

We have added some bench strength to our technical team in Adel with the addition of Rick Kuhns and Tim Smuck as customer service technicians. Rick is originally from Winterset, Iowa, the birthplace of John Wayne, although now he hangs his hat in Desoto, Iowa. When he isn’t busy installing Vencomatic equipment you can find […]
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Vencomatic Doesn’t Mess Around When It Comes to Manure Belts

Vencomatic knows the best way to keep your barn as user-friendly as possible is to make things simple to operate and maintain. This is why they invested significantly in the one area of the aviary that is often overlooked: manure removal. Many aviary systems on the market use conveyor belts for manure removal. Generally these […]
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Your Hatching Eggs are Set with the Ovoset Pro

Longtime customers of Prinzen equipment already know that the points-down setting of hatching eggs has proven integral to seeing the best yields from a tray. They will also be aware that Prinzen’s gentle suction cups place eggs points-down 99.7% of the time — better than even the most veteran manual hand-setter. The Ovoset Pro, Prinzen’s […]
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Introducing… Dan & Mike Stark!

Vencomatic has always been a family affair, so it should come as no surprise that two of our installation technicians are actually father and son. Both trained and experienced mechanics, Mike and Dan Stark are from the Des Moines area and have been working at Vencomatic since the fall. Initially, Dan started working out of […]
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Long-Time Service Technician, Rod Hagan, Retires

It is with a heavy heart that Vencomatic announces the retirement of one of our longest working employees, Rod Hagan. As Senior Service Representative, we know many of you have had the pleasure of working with Rod on countless installations and service calls over the years. In December, a farewell party was held in Waukee, […]
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