Impex develops, produces, and supplies drinking water systems for poultry, pigs, and other animals. You will find them in animal housing units over the entire world. As a result, millions of animals have access to clean, cool, and fresh drinking water through drinking nipples. This is how we contribute to animal health and help livestock farmers improve performances.
Did you know that you, as a livestock farmer, can do a lot to ensure that your animals ingest sufficient clean drinking water? This is called drinking water management. Smart and careful drinking water management reaps its benefits in your animal housing unit. It will, for example, guarantee less water wastage, a better feed conversion, and a reduction in antibiotic use.Discover the possibilities
Chickens drink up to no less than twice as much as they eat and consist of approximately 70% water. Water plays a role in all critical processes in their bodies. It is therefore crucial that they have access to fresh, cool and clean drinking water. The probability of disease, infections and a higher percentage of mortality will decrease by correctly taking care of the hygiene of your drinking water system and the quality of the drinking water in your animal housing unit.Discover the possibilities
Our drinking water systems and drinking nipples? Their origin can be found in the poultry house. Since 1971, we have been looking together with livestock farmers, scientists, and supply chain partners for the very best drinking water solutions, that we accordingly produce to the current market's strictest and highest quality standards.Discover what motivates us
The VIV Europe will take place in Utrecht from May 31 to June 2. Are you there too? We look forward to welcoming you at booth 11.B060. Until then!
March 31 was the last working day for Evert van Voorst. After 35 years of working for Impex, he is going to enjoy his well-deserved retirement.Read more
Every year, millions of Impex drinking water nipples find their way to poultry houses all over the world, where they contribute to the welfare of chickens and the profitability of poultry farmers. And all this because Willem Wentzel made a remarkable discovery in Switzerland…Read more