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Principles to be Followed in Modern Egg Farming

Principles to be Followed in Modern Egg Farming
The following "4321" safety management theory can make egg farming more difficult.

"4" - Four Strong Foundation Programs
Breed selection: choose a good breed of chicks, so that the best chicks can produce good results.

Broodstock: choose excellent opening material.

Breeding: The attainment rate + uniformity determines the production performance and the dead poult rate.

Pre-laying: In the pre-laying period of 16 weeks to 22 weeks, use high nutrition pre-laying premixes and special drugs for reproductive organ development!

"3"-Three Ways to Increase Efficiency
Cost reduction: reduce the cost of egg production, improve feed utilization and improve feed cost performance.

Increasing production: increasing the total egg production of a single chicken cycle, improving the egg production rate and extending the peak egg production period.

Improving quality: improving egg quality, eggshell quality, and the rate of positive quality.
"2"-Two Basic Tasks of Capital Fixation

Immunity: immunization: specific immunization; additional immunization: non-specific immunization.

Disease resistance: nutrition: special nutrients to strengthen chickens' constitution; health care: comprehensive scientific health care to prevent the occurrence of basic diseases.

"1" -A Key Point to Land on
1. Refers to good prevention of protozoal diseases, such as coccidia, tapeworms, trichuris, nematodes, roundworms, filarial worms, C. carinii dwelling leukocyte parasites, ectoparasites (mites, lice, fleas), etc..
2. Refers to good protection against fungal diseases, such as Candida albicans, various molds.
3. Refers to good prevention of bacterial diseases, such as Escherichia coli, Salmonella, Haemophilus parapsilosis, Campylobacter, S. typhi, Clostridium perfringens, Staphylococcus aureus, etc.
4. Refers to do a good job of prevention of various viral diseases, such as Malik, Newcastle disease, avian influenza, transmissible branch, transmissible throat, chicken pox, avian encephalomyelitis, avian adenovirus, etc.
5. Refers to good prevention of mycoplasma diseases, such as Mycoplasma septicum (MG), Mycoplasma bursalis (MS), Mycoplasma toxicum (slow call), etc.
6. Refers to the elimination of various stresses, such as heat stress, cold stress, environmental stress, shock stress, nutritional mutation stress, raw material mutation stress, etc.
7. Refers to the provision of comprehensive nutrition that is appropriate for the breed, stage and season.
8. Refers to the provision and creation of three environments that are suitable for the safety and high production of laying hens: the general environment in the plant, the small environment in the house, and the microenvironment inside the chicken.

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