Nutritional requirements of high-yielding layers
Laying hens during the high-production period are those with an egg-laying rate of over 88%. In order to maintain their higher egg-laying rate, egg weight and better egg quality, they should be provided with nutritious chicken feed.
1. In order to meet the nutritional needs of high-yield laying hens, the protein in the feed should be controlled above 18%. At the same time, appropriate amounts of amino acids, vitamins, and minerals should be added to the feed. The physiological production needs of laying hens.
2. In order to allow high-yielding laying hens to take in sufficient nutrients, attention should be paid to supplementary feeding at night (especially in winter and summer) on the basis of meeting the above conditions to prevent low feed intake during the day in summer and night in winter The occurrence of egg laying fatigue syndrome caused by undernutrition for a long time.
3. In order to prevent the occurrence of food-borne poisoning in high-yielding layers, feed storage and feeding management should be strengthened. Measures should be taken to prevent deterioration or mold in the feed storage. The amount of each time added during feeding should be appropriate to prevent The leftover material in the feed trough deteriorates or becomes moldy and is allowed to be eaten by the chickens.
In addition, environmental control of the chicken coop should be done well to provide a good living environment for the chickens. Clean and disinfect the chicken house regularly to kill pathogenic microorganisms in the chicken house, utensils and chicken body.
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