The breeding equipment manufacturer tells you how to prevent the house from being wet.

Chickens in layer chicken cage  are inevitably exposed to water. After all, the chickens should be fed with water, but if they are not cleaned in time, it is easy to cause the house to be wet. It is not good to know that the house is too humid and will cause chicken. Certain damage affects the breeding efficiency of chicken farmers.


We all know that the temperature in spring and summer is different. The humidity in the chicken house where the chicken is kept is too large. The humidity will affect the growth and production of the chicken. How to prevent the battery cage system for chicken from broiling the chicken house? It is recommended that you implement the following methods:




1. The site of the chicken farm house should be selected to be high and dry, and the chicken house should be built in a place that is conducive to drainage, flood control, ventilation and quiet environment. The chicken house built should be in the direction of the north facing south to facilitate the chicken. The cage is insulated and protected from moisture.

2. Due to the difference in temperature in spring and summer, it is necessary to strengthen ventilation and ventilation, pay attention to heat preservation, the general temperature of the house is not lower than 15 °C, and pay attention to windproof, etc. At the same time, under the premise of moderate insulation, ventilation should be strengthened to avoid The chicken house gathers more moisture.

3. To maintain proper stocking density, if the density of feeding is too large, it will cause crowding of the flocks, which is not conducive to moisture.

4. Pay attention to prevent water leakage from drinking utensils. When water dispensers are found to leak water, they should be sealed or replaced according to the specific conditions; timely remove and dry the leaks on the ground of chicken cages to eliminate the unfavorable factors of water vapor formation. .

5. Active prevention of disease, such as not actively preventing and treating diseases that can cause chickens to excrete thin feces and make them wet on the ground, such as ferrets, gastroenteritis, infectious bursal disease, Newcastle disease, infectious bronchitis, and ball Insect diseases, etc.