Many cattle farmers feed their cows with pig feed and chicken feed. They think that the cows grow faster after eating the pig and chicken feed.This is not the case.
In order to increase the egg production of hens, some chicken farmers arbitrarily increase the amount of vitamins fed. As a result, the laying hens develop hypervitaminosis, which affects the growth and laying of the laying hens.
Some problems such as diarrhea of livestock and poultry, increased feed intake, decreased egg production or growth stagnation are often encountered in the first period of new corn use.
In the process of feeding and management of laying hens, it will encounter stress caused by factors such as high temperature, low temperature, immunity, transfer, beak cutting, feed change, laying, water cut, and power cut.
Doing a good job in the greening of the pig farm has a great effect and significance in improving the microclimate of the pig farm. It can purify about 25% to 40% of harmful gases and absorb about 50% of dust.
In the first three days, keep 35°C under the brooding umbrella. At this time, the edge of the brooding umbrella is about 30~31°C, while other areas of the brooding house only need 25~27°C.
With the development of science and technology in our country, the breeding industry is also constantly improving.
Biosecurity is the fundamental plan of a pig farm. No infectious disease will fall from the sky for no reason.
There are some problems in many pig farms. In summary, they are mainly improper site selection and unreasonable pig house layout. It is recommended that you pay attention to these problems and try to correct them.
It is not easy to raise chickens. Among them, the most troublesome issue for chicken farmers is the problem of chicken disease, because chicken disease is often a huge blow to the chicken industry.
The climate in the pig house should be stable and not affected by external temperature changes. Therefore, the pig house should be equipped with some heating and ventilation and cooling pig raising equipment to ensure the normal and healthy growth and production of the pig herd.
The climate gets colder in autumn and winter, and the temperature in the house is very different from the outside temperature. It is necessary to ventilate and maintain the temperature in the house.