Broiler Farm

 

Chickens are the largest number of birds in the world. There are more than 20 billion birds. Each chicken has an average of 3 chickens. Once chickens disappear, they will affect the normal operation of human society.

There are two main types of traditional broiler farming:

Floor rearing: It is laying a layer of rice husk and other soft padding on the surface of the poultry house,broiler breeding on padding.

Disadvantages: The ground causes chicken to catch cold and cause diarrhea. The direct contact between chicken and chicken manure is also harmful to intestinal diseases, especially the control of colibacillosis and coccidiosis.

Net-rearing: In this way, broilers are kept on a net bed, which reduces the incidence of broilers by reducing the chance of direct contact with feces and contaminants.

Disadvantages: Slaughter a batch of chickens to clear a feces, so that there will be a large amount of ammonia, hydrogen sulfide and other harmful gases in the house.

GREAT FARM provides customers with full range of services, including site selection, planning, layout, construction, selection of equipment types, installation, personnel training, feeding management, technical guidance, establishment of disease prevention programs, disease prevention, and technical personnel. Training, laboratory diagnosis, anatomical diagnosis, medication guidance, etc.

Broliler farm site selection

The address selection of chicken farms should not only consider the requirements of production on the surrounding environment, but also try to avoid the influence of chicken farm odor and excrement on the environment. The following factors should be considered:

1.Topography: The site of a chicken farm should be high and dry.

2.Geography and transportation: 20-50 kilometers away from the big city, 15 kilometers away from the residential area and other poultry farms, and there are no noise and chemical smell factories nearby. 400 meters from the main road, 100 to 200 meters from secondary road.

3. Soil and water: The soil should meet the chicken farm’s health and epidemic prevention requirements and construction site requirements, adequate water, good water quality.

4. Power supply: The lighting of chickens in chicken farms must have electricity supply. Therefore, for larger chicken farms, there must be a backup power supply.

Broiler management points:
1.Preparation before getting chicks:

Cleaning, disinfection, heating, feeding, etc.

2.Brooding management:

Chicken drinking, feeding, epidemic prevention, changes in light time, temperature and humidity control.

3. Feeding management

a. changes in feeding standards;

b. Adjustment of ventilation standards;

c. Strict implementation of health and epidemic prevention.

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