An ideal growing environment that focusses on comfort can positively impact the output of animals, especially in intensive farming operations. Scientifically designed shelters and buildings customised to the grower’s specific requirements play an important role in creating this ideal environment.

How does one ensure animal comfort and achieve the ideal growing environment?

Climate control

Use ventilation and insulation solutions specific to each industry.


Implement measures such as isolation areas to ensure input and output risks are minimised and ultimately avoided.

Airflow dynamics and flow control

Ensure crossflow or tunnel ventilation, allowing for optimum air to enter the building for freshness and comfort.

Natural lighting

Allow for visibility where needed to minimise energy consumption and integrate it with climate control strategies.

Column protector systems

Prevent animal bruising and injury by installing suitable protection.

Implementing some of these design features in an agricultural building can substantially increase operational efficiency, helping nurture the ideal growing environment for your animals. This can be achieved by engaging an experienced and highly skilled design and construct team.

Through their longstanding partnerships with Australian farmers and agricultural consultants, Wallandra has developed the expertise and capabilities to ensure their buildings are structurally designed and engineered to maximise creature comfort and operational efficiency.