BREEDING TIPS

BREEDING TIPS

  • How to Protect Your Chicken Coop from Bird Flu?

    How to Protect Your Chicken Coop from Bird Flu?

    2017 - 02 - 27

    Avian Influenza (AI), also known as Bird Flu, is a group of viruses that affects both domestic and wild birds. There are some signs of AI include.

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  • Attention to Three Tips for Baby Chicks

    Attention to Three Tips for Baby Chicks

    2017 - 02 - 27

    Attention to Three tips for Baby Chicks.Check local regulations on keeping chickens. Decide the number of chickens you will keep.Decide what chicken breeds to keep. 

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  • How to Care for New Baby Chicks in Your Chicken Farm?

    How to Care for New Baby Chicks in Your Chicken Farm?

    2017 - 02 - 27

    How to care for new baby chicks in your chicken farm?Keep Chicks Warm,Cleaning Baby Chicks droppings,Food and Water for Baby Chicks and Picking Problems in Baby Chicks

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  • Raising Baby Chicken: Bring up Baby Chicks

    Raising Baby Chicken: Bring up Baby Chicks

    2017 - 02 - 27

    Tending young chicks isn't difficult, nor need it be elaborate.Got your baby chickens from your eggs or other factory.Put them into your pullet raising equipment.Automatic baby chicken cage will be good for reducing labor burden.

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  • Please Do These Preparations for Baby Chicken Cage before Pullet Arrive in

    Please Do These Preparations for Baby Chicken Cage before Pullet Arrive in

    2017 - 02 - 22

    How to Improve profit always is a hot topic for Chicken Farmers.Early stages in a flock's life are crucial.If you want to improve farm profit,you must be clear about preparation before baby chicken arrive.Farming Port share experiences and tell you what you need to pay attention.

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  • How to determine the broiler chicken quantity and the coop size?

    How to determine the broiler chicken quantity and the coop size?

    2016 - 05 - 15

    Broiler chickensa are more suitable for high-density rearing,the raising quantity is deternmined by the effective raising area and appropriate raising density of the coops. First is the number of keepers,then is the capacity of fodder supplying and source of chicks,finally is the size of the chicken coops.If the first two is ok,the quantity of the chickens is dependong on the area of the coop.

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