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How to protect Your chicken coop from bird flu?

800 445 Farmingport

Avian Influenza (AI), also known as Bird Flu, is a group of viruses that affects both domestic and wild birds. Some signs of AI include: Sudden death Lack of energy…

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Attention to Three tips for Baby Chicks

800 502 Farmingport

1,Check local regulations on keeping chickens. Most communities permit keeping chickens, but there may be zoning codes you should follow. You may need to get a permit or a signed…

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How to care for new baby chicks in your chicken farm?

800 450 Farmingport

Keep Chicks Warm Chicks need to be kept in a warm place until they are fully feathered. The temperature at the bottom of the brooding area should be 95-100 degrees…

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Raising Baby Chicken: Bring up Baby chicks

800 450 Farmingport

RAISING CHICKS   Tending young chicks isn’t difficult, nor need it be elaborate. First,get your baby chickens from your eggs or other factory.Put them into your pullet raising equipment. Automatic baby…

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What should you check for chicken cage in your poultry farm?

800 450 Farmingport

A well-run chicken farm requires regular inspections of farm external and internal environment.You must be clear about possible issues and solve it as soon as possible.what you should check for your chicken…

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How to feed chickens in your poultry farm house?

800 450 Farmingport

Starter Feeds Newly hatched chicks ages 0-10 weeks should be fed a chick starter diet with a protein level between 10%-20%. These rations are formulated to provide proper nutrition for…

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How your chicken cage can affect your business?

800 463 Farmingport

An accountant at a government institution, says. “Egg production from my 8,600 chickens has doubled since I moved them from deep litter to the caging system”. Using chicken cage poultry farming become…

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Why have my laying hens stopped laying?

800 664 Farmingport

There can be several reasons why laying hens have stopped laying but with a little bit of detective work, you can normally work out why your birds aren’t laying.Generally speaking, all…

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Nipple drinker provide fresh drinking water in chicken cage for laying hens

800 449 Farmingport

water is so important for the correct digestion and the overall health of laying chickens and other poultry so really shouldn’t be over-looked. Water is the most important nutrient in a…

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Don’t need to close the vents to keep the chicken coop warm in winter

800 586 Farmingport

You will close some of them down, relative to summer conditions; but you still need a goodly amount of air exchange going on, so you cannot shut your ventilation off. In some…

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