What is the chicken cage breeding management of chicken breeding equipment

The use of chicken cages to raise chickens is a general trend. What is the cage feeding and management of chicken raising equipment? The following is a detailed answer about management.


Novices will have a lot of confusion when using chicken farming equipment. For example, what to do before the chicken, how to start the food. What is the immunization process? How to get vaccinated. How to feed the feed. How to do daily lighting and ventilation. How to control humidity and temperature, how to prevent and diagnose chicken disease. How to treat chicken disease after diagnosis. How to choose the method of drug administration and how to deal with some situations (such as chicken pecking, etc.). All of the above are the work content of feeding and management. In other words, the feeding and management process of raising chickens is the whole process of raising chickens.

Regarding stacking layer cages for raising chicken equipment. The extensive chicken raising model is difficult to meet the above key words. Although it can be regarded as raising, it is difficult to rise to the word “management”. In this case, chicken diseases occur frequently, the mortality rate is high, and the cost is not low. Therefore, the essence of feeding management is to reduce the cost and risk of raising chickens, and the above words are the core essentials.

How long should the light be, how to set the temperature and humidity, how much water and feeding, how to set the time of drinking and feeding, how much is the dose of immunization and treatment, etc., must have strict standards And this standard must be very detailed, not a relatively large interval that can be determined by so-called experience. This is standardization and detail.

The so-called process is a set of standard processes from chicken in to slaughter. In short, it is what should be done at any point in time. When this set of procedures is summarized, chickens will be raised in accordance with this procedure in the future, and the probability of errors in the process of raising chickens will be much smaller. Of course, proceduralization and standardization and details are strictly unified and complement each other.