Summer chicken cages should pay attention to feed mildew

Why pay attention to feed mildew when using chicken in a broiler rearing equipment in the summer? This is due to the high temperature in summer, leftovers or feed moisture, heat and easy to spoil and acid, which will stimulate the wall and cause inflammation after being eaten by chickens. If the leftovers produce too much acid during the process of decay, the acid will enter the blood through the walls and walls of the chicken, causing chicken acidosis. Therefore, users of poultry farming equipment should pay special attention to the mildew of the feed during the summer!

First, the symptoms: after the chicken acidosis, the general cockscomb purple, out of the group, the wings drooping, feathers fluffy, food intake greatly reduced, and even refused to eat. Pressing the hand by hand, some empty, some filled with liquid, the chicken is lifted, it will pick up the foamy sour liquid from its mouth, the chicken with serious illness will also coma or death.

Second, prevention

1. The feed for each preparation or purchase should not be too much. The warehouse where the feed is stored should be kept dry, ventilated and cool to avoid mildew.

2. Farmers who are used to feeding chickens with wet materials should preferably feed dry powder. You can place clean water on the side of the trough to allow the chicken to drink freely.

3. Feeding chicken without heat and fermented feed should be done with less feeding and no leftovers. The utensils are often brushed and kept clean.

Third, treatment

Once the chicken has acidosis, the feed should be stopped immediately, and then treated according to the severity of the poison. For chickens with less acidosis, prepare 2% baking soda to make it free to drink. The chickens with heavier acidosis were fed with baking soda powder twice a day for 5 grams each time. For chickens with severe acidosis, minor surgery should be performed, the sputum should be cut, the contents should be removed, and then washed 2~3 times with 2% baking soda water, 6~12 hours after suturing, and a small amount of glucose powder should be fed.

The above matters about the use of chicken cage equipment, m is only for the majority of farmers to learn!