The scientific management method of poultry chicken cage equipment breeding

Poultry chicken cage equipment raising have a high degree of automation, which saves time and effort, and can save manpower and material resources, because they can automatically drink water, clean manure, feed, ventilate, wet curtain cooling, and centrally manage chickens. Improve labor production efficiency, reduce the cost of artificial breeding, and improve the breeding efficiency of farmers to a large extent.

 

Farmers should carry out breeding in stages. You can feed chickens of different ages together. Concentrated brooding can be carried out at the early stage of rearing. This can effectively save heating costs, and gradually expand the group after 21 days.

 

Farmers should research and design appropriate scientific feed formulas according to the nutrient components required by caged broilers to meet the growth and development needs of chickens in such high-density cages. The vitamins of the feed formula are increased by an average of 20% compared to the ground level standard, which is suitable for the needs of caged chickens.

 

Breeders should pay attention to broiler chicken in cages,chicken houses must be fully enclosed houses without windows, exhaust fans are used to exhaust the air in the house, and fresh air enters the house through the air inlet. Artificial lighting is used in the house instead of natural lighting. When the temperature is high, the chicken house should be installed with a wet curtain to cool down. In the cold season, artificial heating or the heat of the chicken can be used to keep the temperature in the house within a comfortable range.

 

The second is that the chicken flock has a good health and epidemic prevention effect, which can effectively prevent chicken infectious diseases. Once it is discovered that the epidemic can be quickly controlled to prevent it from spreading, and the chicken does not touch the feces, it can make the chicken grow healthier and provide a clean and comfortable growth environment for the chicken. Great improvement.

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