Tuesday, 02 April 2019 08:29

Management measures for the incidence of chicken farms

When raising chickens in poultry cage equipment, they are all large-scale chickens. The occurrence of chicken diseases is generally in groups, and the degree is different. This adds a certain degree of difficulty to treatment. Once the control is not timely, it will cause significant losses. Farmers should take special protection against these chicken diseases, let them recover as soon as possible, and prevent diseases from spreading in the flock.

 Sometimes chicken disease may occur because of feed, feed can be caused by nutritional imbalance, such as vitamin deficiency, first of all, to do bio-security prevention and control, so as to avoid the spread of immune disease to the greatest extent, Chicken is a comfortable home, so as to avoid diseases caused by cold, heat, stress and so on.


Chicken farm disease management method

1, Feed

The diseased flocks often have elevated body temperature and metabolic disorders, which requires that the nutrients and their contents in the feed provided, and even the feeding methods, are more scientific.

2, Drinking water

During the onset of the flock, the normal supply of drinking water must be ensured, and the water in the drinker should be sufficient and clean. If you are taking it in drinking water, you should first put in a drug that is easily soluble in water and stir it thoroughly. Secondly, calculate the dosage according to the actual drinking water of the chicken to ensure that the drug is completely consumed by the chicken during the validity period. Generally, water should not be cut before administration.

3. Management

The ventilation of the house should be increased during the onset of the flock to keep the air fresh. However, in winter, pay attention to the heat preservation of the house, and prevent direct attack by the thief and cold wind on the chicken; in summer, try to reduce the temperature of the house and prevent heat stress. Do not carry out aerosol immunization and disinfection of chickens when respiratory diseases occur in flocks.