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NETPOULSAFE VIDEO ABOUT USING PAINT 3D AND GOOGLE MAPS FOR FARM ZONING

This video explains in dutch how to use paint 3D and Google maps to visualize and work on the zoning on poultry farms.

video, netpoulsafe, farm zoning, paint 3D, Google maps

Type of animal and production :

breeders, broilers, ducks (fat-liver), ducks (roasting), layers, other, turkeys

Conventional, free-range/ label, organic

Document : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOI4Al3m_xU (Video)

Date of completion : 2023/02/06 | Creators : ZLTO | Languages : Dutch | Geographical locations : The Netherlands | Outdoor : Yes

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