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Three points that cannot be ignored in laying hens


1. "Four Musts" of Chicken Raising
1. It is not possible to feed different batches of chickens at the same time. Many chicken farmers, due to poor planning, often buy chicks before the big chickens are ready for slaughter, resulting in large and small chickens in the same household at the same time, and most of them are raised by the same person, and the chickens are in the same house. Raising in this way can easily cause the incidence of chicken flocks to increase, affecting the survival rate of chicks and the performance of adult chickens. Because large chickens raised for a long time often carry germs. When raising chickens and chickens at the same time, the germs are easily transmitted to the chickens. Some large chickens seem to be healthy, but they carry bacteria such as pullorum that have no obvious effect on the chickens, but these bacteria have a great impact on the chickens. Therefore, chicken farmers must implement an all-in, all-out system.
2. It is necessary to prevent epidemics without following the epidemic prevention procedures. Some chicken farmers do not pay much attention to epidemic prevention, resulting in epidemics and heavy losses. Therefore, epidemic prevention must be carried out in accordance with epidemic prevention procedures.
3. Do not raise other poultry. Several kinds of poultry are raised at the same time, which is easy to cause cross-infection and cause more disease in the main poultry. Therefore, professional chicken farmers only raise one kind of chicken and no other poultry.
4. Don't abuse drugs. In order to prevent chickens from getting sick, various drugs have been used in large quantities for a long time, causing the bacteria in the chickens to develop drug resistance. Various drugs can not be used to control the onset. Therefore, chickens can only be fed with preventive drugs during the susceptible stage of the flock and stop the administration immediately after the susceptible stage. Only use therapeutic doses of drugs when the chickens are sick, and stop using them once the disease is controlled and the chickens are stable. A medicine should be replaced after a period of time to prevent the germs from developing resistance.
2. "Three feeds" produce more eggs
1. Feed early in the morning. Because chickens don't like to eat in the morning, they often fail to form the peak period of egg production at around 10 in the morning. The delay in laying eggs in the first day will inevitably affect the formation of eggs the next day. Therefore, feed early in the morning.
2. Feed green food at noon. At noon, the laying period of the laying hens is over. At this time, feed more green fodder and minerals, concentrate on supplementing the vitamins of the chickens, and let the chickens bask in the sun. Taking a sand bath can save some feed and ease the laying hens. Laying eggs get some rest.
3. Feed at night. Because the chickens are less active at night, and at the same time when the laying hens grow eggs, and the laying hens need a certain amount of energy to supplement after a day of fatigue, and the chickens have a particularly strong appetite at this time, so the chickens are fed at night. Feed and water should be supplied as much as possible.
3. "Five Attentions" for Disease Prevention
1. The nutrient composition of the feed should be comprehensive. According to the type and purpose of the chicken, feed a mixed feed with complete nutrients or prepare a feed, and provide sufficient and clean drinking water to ensure the various nutrients required by the chicken; a sandstone trough must be set up in the chicken house to allow the chicken to be free Eat to promote digestion?
2. The environment should be clean and comfortable. The chicken house should maintain proper temperature, humidity, light and proper stocking density. Take corresponding management measures in different seasons to keep the chicken coops clean and dry, so that the chickens can grow and develop in a comfortable environment. The chicken house and the surrounding environment should be cleaned frequently, feces should be removed regularly, and ventilation should be performed regularly.
3. Immunization injections should be regular. The flock must be vaccinated against infectious diseases on a regular basis, and quarantine must be strengthened for the introduced breeders and eggs; the newly introduced breeders must be kept in isolation for 15 days, and then transferred to the chicken house after they are confirmed to be disease-free.
4. Discover the disease promptly. Usually, you should carefully observe the health of the chickens, pay special attention to whether the comb, eyes, wings, crop, anus, and feet are abnormal, and whether breathing, eating, and movement are normal. If an abnormality is found or suspected of being ill, isolate immediately.
5. Fight the epidemic quickly. A veterinarian should promptly ask a veterinarian to make a diagnosis as soon as possible when a suspected chicken is found. If it is an acute infectious disease, the chicken house should be sealed off, the items in the diseased chicken house are strictly prohibited to be shipped out and the chicken house should be thoroughly and fully disinfected. Treat sick and dead chickens in time. At the same time, we must do a good job in killing insects and rodents, and eliminate the media. It is necessary to strengthen inspections of healthy chickens, inject vaccines in time, and disinfect the chicken coop and environment.

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