May 23, 2015


by laura rance

Business

System promises chickens a kinder, gentler slaughter

TopKip soothes birds, applies just enough electricity

Wim Van  Stuyvenberg, a slaughterhouse  systems designer with TopKip B.V.  in Liendon,  Netherlands, demonstrates  a new system for  handling poultry.

LAURA RANCE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Wim Van Stuyvenberg, a slaughterhouse systems designer with TopKip B.V. in Liendon, Netherlands, demonstrates a new system for handling poultry. Photo Store

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