Layers have different water requirements in different seasons. According to the farmer’s breeding experience, usually each chicken needs 110 ml in winter, 280 ml in summer, and 200 ml in spring and autumn.
When the egg production rate increases, the water demand will also increase. Pay special attention to the water supply work, otherwise it will directly affect the egg production and health of the chicken. At 8 am, 12 noon, and 6 pm every day, the chickens should not be dehydrated.
The chickens begin to receive light (sunlight or light) at around 8 in the morning; around 12 noon is the peak time for laying eggs, and more water is consumed in the body; Around 6 pm, the lighting time is over, and the chickens begin to prepare for the night rest. Let the chicken drink enough water to prepare for body consumption at night.
In addition, it should be noted that in winter, the weather is cold and the temperature is low. It is best to drink hot water to the chicken, which can reduce the heat loss in the chicken body and enhance the cold resistance ability. It is also conducive to the health of the chicken and egg production.
Chickens have suitable drinking time, and pay attention to purchasing chicken drinking equipment. Only regular manufacturers, quality assurance, and precision processing products can provide sufficient drinking water for chickens.