Guidelines for Layer Cages

Guidelines for Layer Cages

Birds are easy to maintain. No birds are underfoot.
The eggs on the floor are eliminated.
The eggs are clean.
Culling is expedited.
Broodiness is eliminated
In most instances, less feed is needed to produce a dozen eggs.
More pullets can be placed in the space provided on the floor of the house.
Internal parasites are eliminated.
Labor requirements are usually very low
Improved egg/feed ratio
Data recording is easy and accurate

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Broiler Breeder Management

Broiler Breeder Management

Broiler Breeder Management
Housing management
Housing For proper housing management, all housing needs should be provided. Housing requirements are as follows
Air Fresh air, ventilation, and air quality are the most common challenges facing broiler farmers in both current and closed environments. The best return on investment is in a minimal ventilation system, which is responsible for both the oxygen demand of the modern broiler girl and the removal of excess moisture. An adequate supply of oxygen during early development will ensure healthy cardiovascular development, especially in winter conditions, preventing problems such as epilepsy.

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Quail (Farming, Breeding, Management, Breeds and Growth)

Roman Era
Ancient Era (1200 AD)
In the 12th century, quails were also maintained in different countries of the world for meat and egg production
First scientific quail breeding was started in Japan (1940-45)
That is why Japan is known as the first country to maintained Quail
During the Second World War variety of Quail disappeared
After 1950 quail farming again initiated in the world

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