Wynnstay's CracklessEgg™ Can Revolutionise Your Poultry Farm
Farming Monthly National|October 2019
Wynnstay have introduced the revolutionary CracklessEgg™ technology to help their poultry feed customers save hundreds or even thousands of pounds in wasted, cracked eggs on their poultry farms.

The electronic yellow egg sits next to real eggs, rolling gently along with them, as they go through the complete production and packaging process.

But what separates it from its fragile, shellbound neighbours is that it is impossible to crack.

Instead of ending up chipped and covered in yolk, the ‘artificially-intelligent’, bespoke egg records any knocks and dents experienced by real eggs through its micro sensors, that are linked up to a tablet through state-of-the-art wireless technology.

Jim Turner, Wynnstay’s Poultry Product Manager says: “The CracklessEgg™ is an amazing addition to our on-farm service package, we are extremely impressed with it.

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