1. Feeding density New chicken farms can be raised at 8 to 12/m2, and old chicken farms should be kept at a lower density. For chicken farms with poor heatstroke prevention and cooling conditions, the density of chickens should be reduced in summer, preferably 5-8/m2.
2. Sanitary disinfection of chicken houses There is a disinfection tank at the entrance of the chicken club. It is necessary to thoroughly disinfect the broiler cage equipment and the surrounding environment regularly, regularly remove chicken droppings or replace the litter. Scaffolding or online chicken can spread hydrogen phosphate on the ground. calcium. Because peracetic acid can form a non-toxic acetic acid hinge with ammonia gas, calcium hydrogen phosphate can synthesize odorless solid phosphate with ammonia gas, thereby reducing the ammonia content.
3. The ventilation of the house will ventilate the house to avoid various diseases that cause the flock due to air pollution in the house. For example, after 35 days (or even a little more time), the chicken snoring may not be an infectious disease, but related to ammonia. There are several solutions: one is to remove chicken manure or replace the litter regularly to solve the problem of sanitation; the second is to add zeolite to the feed to reduce the production of ammonia; the third is to open the window when the weather is warm. However, beware of the thief wind, the chicken house should be arranged with a fan or longitudinal ventilation.