Buying chicken equipment, the cheaper the broiler cage equipment, the better? Broiler cage equipment and cage chicken equipment directly affect the efficiency of farmers, and the proportion of brooding, breeding and laying houses among many chicken farmers is not up to standard. The feeding area is often too small, the stocking density is too large, and the feed and drinking water tanks are not enough. It can be said that this is a common problem common to chicken farmers and one of the important factors affecting the economic benefits of laying hens. In addition, some chicken farmers have to raise chickens, use less houses or have no extra houses to support chickens, and prematurely raise the chickens in cages, which is unfavorable to the growth and development of the young birds, and the results ultimately affect the laying performance of the hens. The laying hens are harvested after the hens are opened.
Chicken equipment is of poor quality and does not match. Equipment for raising chicks, broiler chickens and laying hens is subject to specifications and proportions. The equipment should be matched to each other, so as to facilitate the normal growth and development of the flock and reasonable turnover, and make full use of the utilization rate and operation rate of the equipment, so that the depreciation charge allocated to each hen or per kilogram of eggs is more reasonable, so that reduce manufacturing cost.
Nowadays, the laying hens are mostly caged, and the chicken cages are indispensable equipment. The chicken farmers generally pay more attention to them. However, the lack of identification of the quality of the chicken cage tends to be low-priced when purchased. Cage is the place where hens live, produce and sleep. The quality of the cage should not be neglected. The quality of the cage bottom, the width and slope of the cage are especially important. The author once witnessed the difference in the quality of chicken cages from two manufacturers in the same chicken farm, resulting in significant differences in egg production, number of dead hunters and egg breaking rates. Another notable and more common problem is not to pack chickens in cages. When the survival rate of brooding is high, the number of surviving hens exceeds the number of budget tranches, or the hens who are underweight are reluctant to retire. In this case, they are often over-loaded. According to statistics, when the number of cages per cage increased to 5, 22.5% of hens died before 305 days of age. According to the statistics of the production reports accumulated by the author for many years, the flocking rate exceeds the prescribed standard, and the egg production rate is 5% to 15% lower than that of the normal flock.
Therefore, the purchase of chicken equipment can not only be cheap, but needs to consider quality as a whole.
Broiler cage equipment is very scientific and reasonable in regulating temperature, humidity, and space density of chickens. Therefore, while ensuring a large number of broilers for the market, it can also provide high quality broilers with a more delicious taste. The palate is more palatable and the appearance is more beautiful! Such chicken raising equipment guarantees the quality of broilers to bring good income to chicken farmers.