Broiler Finisher Mash Feed Formula

Broiler Finisher Mash Feed Formula

Today we are going to discuss about the broiler finisher mash feed formula for your broilers: Using a total compounding quantity of one ton (1,000kg) below is the formula for your broiler finisher feed: FORMULA: Maize = 450kg Soya Bean Meal = 150kg Full Fat Soya = 200kg Groundnut Cake = 20kg Wheat Offals = 140kg Bone Meal = 30kg Salt = 2-5kg Lysine = 2-5kg Methionine = 2-5kg Vitamin/Mineral Premix = 2.5kg Total = 1,000kg (one ton) Note: There are certain factors that can alter this formula provided above…

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Broiler Starter Mash Feed Formula (For Female Broilers)

Layers or Broilers which One is More Profitable in Poultry Farming? Find Out!

Practically everything created by God is made up of two genders (Male and Female), including poultry birds. In poultry farming, when we talk about Layers as the female, we also talk about the Cockerels as their males. Meanwhile in broilers, there are male and female broilers and they posses some unique characteristics which slightly differentiate them from others (as discussed in our previous topics, you can search the website for more information on this). Today we are going to discuss about the broiler starter mash feed formula for the female…

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Broiler Starter Mash Feed Formula (For Male Broilers)

Broiler Starter Mash Feed Formula (For Male Broilers)

Practically everything created by God is made up of two genders (Male and Female), including poultry birds. In poultry farming, when we talk about Layers as the female, we also talk about the Cockerels as their males. Meanwhile in broilers, there are male and female broilers and they posses some unique characteristics which slightly differentiate them from others (as discussed in our previous topics, you can search the website for more information on this). Today we are going to discuss about the broiler starter mash feed formula for the male…

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Different Systems of Rearing Rabbits

THE IDEAL FEEDING PATTERN FOR RABBIT KITS

There are basically three systems of rabbit rearing widely known and adopted, and they include the following: 1. Free Range System: It is one of the easiest ways to raise rabbits, by letting them run around, find their own food, mate as they want, and when you are hungry you can easily trap one for food. This is free range system. However good it is, it comes along with disadvantages, yes the disadvantages are discouraging; -very difficult to handle rabbits -there is easy disease outbreak, eg. Ear canker -uncontrolled breeding/inbreeding…

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Pulpy Kidney Disease in Goats: Symptoms and Prevention Control Measures

Pulpy Kidney Disease in Goats: Symptoms and Prevention Control Measures

This disease is caused by bacteria that often exist within the sheep’s intestine but only cause disease symptoms under certain circumstances such as a change of grazing, exhaustion, sudden dietary changes and dosing with dewormers. The bacteria in the intestine produce a toxin (poison) which results in death. It’s symptoms vary as sometimes the goats are found dead while at other times, they either: (1) appear exhausted, show paralysis and a loss of consciousness and may have labored breathing, salivation and diarrhoea or (2) have nervous symptoms with convulsions, accompanied…

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Tetanus Disease in Goats: Symptoms and Prevention Control Measures

Tetanus Disease in Goats: Symptoms and Prevention Control Measures

Tetanus is a disease that causes stiffness that leads to paralysis and then death. This fatal disease occurs as a result of a wound becoming infected by bacteria commonly found in soil and faeces. Therefore, animals are at high risk when using the elastic band method of castration as this makes a wound. The disease is preventable by using the appropriate vaccine at the right time or as recommended by an expert. Symptoms, Prevention and Treatment Some of the basic signs and symptoms may include but not limited to the…

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STRAWBERRIES AND IT’S NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS

STRAWBERRIES AND IT'S NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS

The moment I hear the word ‘Strawberry’ the first thing that comes to my mind is the dark red juicy strawberries of Mahabaleshwar. How about you? Have you ever wondered what is so good about this fruit that we all love? It is loved so much that you tend to get various food products ranging from syrups to biscuits, toffees, chocolates to ice creams etc with this flavour. People want to enjoy its flavour in any form possible. Let us have a look at its nutritional values and its health…

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Silage Production for Livestock

Silage Production for Livestock

Definition: Silage is the process of preservation of chaffed green fodder in anaerobic condition (no air inside the pit/bank/ tube) by way of fermentation method. The fodder should have good sugar content and required moisture to prepare good feeds as sugar is utilized in fermentation process to make lactic acid by microorganisms. Cereal green fodder crops like maize, Napier, sugarcane tops are most suitable for making silage. Other leguminous crops like alafalafa, lablab are also suitable for making silage. The following points should be kept in mind before harvesting green…

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Importance of Mineral Licking Blocks in Livestock

Importance of Mineral Licking Blocks in Livestock

Mineral Blocks are essential vitamins which contains salt, essential macro and micro trace elements including calcium and phosphorus. It also contains added vitamins required for optimum performance for use in all breeds and ages of cattle, goats and sheep. Salt and minerals are important for the improvement of appetite, growth rate, milk production, and the prevention of diseases and infertility in animals. Below are some of the trace elements found in mineral links: Salt, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, E4 copper, E5 manganese, E6 zinc, E1 iron, E2 iodine, vitamin A, vitamin…

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Recommended Pastures for your Livestock Grazing

Recommended Pastures for your Livestock Grazing

The most important constraints to improve livestock production. For instance: Dairy, Beef and Goat, Piggery and Poultry Production are also related to Animal Nutrition. Most plant species sown for pastures usually belong to one of the two plant groups: Legumes and grasses. Legumes are plants with flowers like Caliandra which produce their seeds in pods compared to grasses like Napier that have compound leaves with three or more broad, rounded leaflets. Most legumes have tap roots that are able to obtain water from deeper in the soils than the roots…

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What exactly keeps your Animals Healthy? Find Out

What exactly keeps your Animals Healthy? Find Out

It is very simple, The immune system keeps the animal healthy. All animals and people have immune systems. The job of the immune system is to fight germs that invade the animal and could cause it to get sick. The immune system is like the animal’s own army, ready at all times to fight invaders that put the animal’s life at risk. The immune system is found everywhere in the animal’s body. It is made up of millions of little cells that are too small for people to see with…

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