Egg Laying Farm
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.
At the beginning of building chicken farms, the chicken farms need to be sited and technologically planned and designed. The chicken farm planning and design is the core of the chicken farm system construction.
Chicken 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, such as a dual-line power supply or a generator.
Chicken farm layout
When considering the layout of the chicken farm, the chicken farm should be guided by the principles of prevention of disease, sewage and life. In particular, wind direction and topography should be taken into account to reduce the occurrence of epidemics and to effectively control epidemics through the rational distribution of buildings within the chicken farm. Specific attention should be paid to the following points:
1.Living areas, administrative areas, and production areas should be strictly separated and separated by a certain distance.
2.In the chicken farm production area, the layout of different chicken houses should be divided according to the size, breeding batch, and local wind direction. There should be isolation measures between each chicken house, such as fences or sand ditch. From the upwind direction to the downwind direction, brooding, breeding, and adult breeding hens should be arranged in the chicken growing season. This will help protect the safety of important chickens.
3.The roads in the stadium should be divided into clean roads and dirty roads. They should be placed in brooding rooms, rearing rooms and adult sheds. Each room should be provided with an entrance to connect clean roads. Clean roads and dirty roads cannot be crossed to avoid contamination.
4.The sheds do not need to leave windows. Ventilation and light are artificially given, but they need to be kept in the tuyere. The air intake must be set according to the number of chickens and the power of the fan. The requirements for fans and curtains are relatively high. It is necessary to accurately calculate the number of fans and the area of curtains.
5.The management of the sheds: the sheds are all managed with a fully-closed management model and must be sterilized.
The management points of laying hens
1. brooding temperature; 2. drinking, eating; 3. broken; 4. weighing; 5. epidemic prevention; 6.light.
2. weight control and chicken uniformity (weight uniformity)
a. weight and production performance; b. uniformity and production performance
3. the light program
4. breeding period
5. egg production period
Egg production period management points
1. Transfer time;
2. Requirements for transferring the group;
4. Changes in lighting time;
5. Changes in feed intake;
6. Problems that should be noticed during the peak period of egg production;
Egg production period feeding points
1. Increased feed intake during the egg production period
2. Chicken weight gain
3. Changes in sexual maturity of chickens
4. Changes in feeding methods (free intake)
5. Increased feed energy:
6. Increase of feed protein