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Cage free eggs vs regular eggs from Enorde Machinery

Post  dwdaswell on Tue Nov 27, 2018 2:56 pm

Laying hens in cages is preventable, and effective preventive measures can be taken during the breeding process to avoid the induction of fatigue. Chicken manure conveyor belts
1.Provide hens with coarse particles (greater than 0.75mm) limestone powder or shell powder. The coarse-grained calcium feed passes through the slower speed of the muscles and stomach, and a larger part is absorbed by the intestines during the formation of eggshells at night, which helps to give eggs. Shell formation provides food source calcium. Calcium-grade "precipitation" during feed production, transportation or feeding should also be avoided and the adverse effects of calcium carbonate fines on the palatability of the feed should be avoided. cross ventilation chicken coop
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2.The coarse-grained calcium source may account for 1/3-2/3 of the total calcium, and the calcium source particles should not be less than 75 m. For laying hens in the peak of egg production or hot weather conditions, the coarse-grained calcium is evenly sprinkled in the trough every day according to about 1% of the feed consumption, which can provide food-source calcium for eggshell formation. It can also stimulate the flock to feed. Poultry fans manufacturers
     2, to ensure comprehensive nutrition and scientific management, so that when the mature chicken is sexually mature, achieve the best weight and body condition. Feeding pre-opened feed containing 2%-3% calcium in 15~16 weeks, when the egg production rate reaches 50%, it will be replaced with laying hen feed in time. It has been proved that osteoporosis is rare in laying hens fed by this calcium nutrition program. Cage free eggs vs regular eggs
The calcium level in the diet of high-yielding laying hens should be 3.75%, and the appropriate ratio of calcium to phosphorus should be ensured, and VD32 000 IU or more per kilogram of diet should be added. If the chickens eat less or in the hot season, increase the calcium content to 3.8% to 4%, and increase the amount of vitamin D3 added, so that each hen's daily calcium intake reaches 3.5 g or more. Gas heaters for chicken houses


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