31 May

Correct methods to reduce the rate of broken eggs

At present, the problem of broken eggs in domestic chicken farms brings larger losses to farmers. The daily rate of broken eggs is now around 18 percent of the daily output. This is a very high number. How to avoid such a situation? Next poultry equipment manufacturers will explain to you how to avoid egg breakage.



1.Increase the number of egg collection every day. Try to use automatic chicken equipment to collect eggs. Special attention is needed during peak egg production. Don't overdo it so as not to startle the chickens. Use the egg picker to collect the eggs after the movement should also be light.

2. flat chickens to ensure that the egg box is enough. Soft cushions should be laid at the bottom of the container, and cushioning pads should be used on the inside of the egg tank to cushion the impact.

3.Insist on checking the health status of chickens to prevent the occurrence of various diseases. Because there are a lot of diseases that not only cause the drop but the egg production plummets. It also makes the eggshell thinner. Directly leading to an increase in broken eggs.

4, breeding statistics of higher eggshell quality belongs to brown shell laying hens. The rate of shell breakage of brown eggs is generally lower than that of white eggs.

5, try to use automatic chicken raising equipment for feeding operation. Eliminate miscellaneous people to enter the chicken farm. Create a quiet and comfortable environment for chickens to grow and lay eggs.

6. From 48 to 58 weeks of age, a short hunger strike of 3 to 6 days is required. During this period, egg production will not be affected, and the rate of broken eggs can be greatly reduced.


The above is the poultry equipment manufacturers from 6 points to share the use of automated chicken equipment to reduce egg breakage rate. Here is a sincere proposal for poultry farmers to use poultry cage chicken. If you are interested, please leave a message.

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