The survival rate of chickens in chicken farms is closely related to the economic income of farmers. Therefore, in order to improve the economic benefits of farmers, it is necessary to improve the survival rate of chicken flocks, and controlling the temperature in the chicken house is also a way to improve the survival rate of chicken flocks. Therefore, the use of automated chicken raising equipment can effectively help farmers control the temperature in the chicken house.
In order to make the chickens have a good growth environment in the chicken house, the temperature will be controlled within a reasonable range. However, there are different growth stages in the flock, so their suitable temperatures vary. Therefore, chickens at the same growth stage can be clustered together, and it is convenient for staff to use automatic temperature control equipment to control the temperature of the chicken house.
In addition, in the process of using automatic chicken raising equipment for temperature control, the temperature in the growth environment of the newly born flock is generally controlled between 32 degrees Celsius and 34 degrees Celsius. And in the subsequent growth process, the temperature of its growth environment will drop by about 2 degrees Celsius every one to two weeks, until they grow to six weeks, and their temperature can be controlled at 21 degrees Celsius to 23 degrees Celsius.
The above is the control of the temperature in the chicken house when using automated chicken raising equipment shared by poultry equipment manufacturers.