The quality of layer feed is a key factor in determining the efficiency of layer breeding. At present, mycotoxins have become a key issue to be prevented in the chicken feed industry and breeding terminals.
Everyone knows that the finished product price of biomass pellet fuel has a certain relationship with the price of raw materials, and the price of peanut shell pellet fuel is also related to the price of peanut shell raw materials.
Biomass pellets are mainly made from wood materials and crops wastes for burning purpose. Animal feed pellets are manufactured from fodder feedstock such as grain and meal. Fertilizer pellets are mailnly produced from poultry manure or cattle litter (chicken, horse, cow, sheep, etc).
Spread moldy pellets or lumps of animal feed thinly on a clean cement or lime floor. Turn it frequently, and dry it in strong sunlight for 2-3 days.
Many leaves are rich in plant protein and a variety of nutrients needed for pig growth and development, which can be used as pig feed.
The ground drying method is called field drying. After mowing, the forage is dried in situ or on a higher terrain. After about 4 to 6 hours, it is dried to a moisture content of approximately 40% to 50%, and it is formed by a rake.
The principle and method of semi-dry silage are basically the same as the general silage method, because it also requires anaerobic storage, except that the moisture content of raw materials in general silage is 70%-80%.
In the absence of protein feed in rural areas, feeding pigs with soybean leaves is one of the important ways to supplement protein. Feeding pigs with soybean leaves is very particular.
Free-range native chickens can use and expand the activity space of the chickens, so that the chickens can get sufficient movement. Therefore, the free-range chickens are very lively.
High-productive layer refers to a layer with an egg-laying rate of over 88%. In order to maintain a high egg-laying rate, egg weight and better egg quality, it should be provided with nutritious layer feed.
Old feeds are prone to mildew to produce mycotoxins, and because they are prone to rancidity over time, and vitamins and minerals are also easily destroyed by oxidation, they should be fed with fresh feed.
In today's livestock and poultry production, producers and nutritionists have paid great attention to dietary energy levels, amino acid quality concentrations and ratios, and the best supply of vitamins and trace elements.