How to strengthen the daily feeding management of broiler cages

Feeding chickens in broiler cages equipment is an indispensable item for chicken farmers. It is also an important matter for chicken farmers. It not only reduces the incidence of diseases, but also achieves great economic benefits. Then, in daily life, how can farmers strengthen the management of broiler cages?

First of all, the most important thing for farmers should pay attention to. When the temperature of the broiler cage is too low, the chickens scream and gather. When the temperature is too high, the chickens are scattered and have a wheezing. The temperature is suitable for the chickens to be evenly distributed. It is also possible to use a combination of a thermometer and a sense to determine if the temperature is suitable. The optimum temperature can give the maximum benefit of the feed. Too low a temperature can cause respiratory diseases and deaths in chickens.

Secondly, keep the broiler cage dry, the drinking water system should be checked frequently, and the drinker should not leak or overflow. During the brooding period, it is best to use the straw to make the litter, which is relatively dry and is conducive to raising the temperature. Medium and large chicken stage temperatures below 18 ° C should be thickened to increase the temperature.

Except for the broiler cage, air circulation is required to keep the air fresh. If the air contains harmful gases or dust, it can affect the health of the chicken, which may cause respiratory diseases and even death. In the winter, if the coal stove is used for heat preservation, a large amount of harmful gases such as carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide are generated. Therefore, ventilation should be carried out without lowering the normal room temperature, and the content of harmful gases and dust in the house should be reduced.

The above content is to strengthen the daily feeding management method of poultry farming equipment. Through the introduction of the author, I hope to help the farming users.

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