Feeding management of guinea fowl during the breeding period

The guinea fowl grows from 22 to 25 weeks old at the early breeding stage. From 57 to 25 weeks of age is the late growth period. During the rearing period, open-style ground-fed chicken houses are usually kept in closed chicken houses. The ground uses cement to facilitate washing and disinfection. When the weather is cold, the grass is covered with grass, and when it is hot, it is covered with a layer of sand. The light-permeable part of the vent should have a hood, and the entrance should be blocked with a wire mesh to prevent the chicken fly and wild beast from invading. In the early and late stages of brooding, guinea fowl have different nutritional requirements. Available grain feed (such as corn, broken rice, barley) 55%, bran (such as rice bran, bran) 10%, vegetable protein feed (such as bean cake, rapeseed cake) 10%, animal protein feed (such as fish meal , cocoon powder) 15%, minerals 2% (including lime powder 0.4%, bone meal 15%, salt 0.1%), vitamins and trace elements and other additives 0.5% (such as methionine 0.08%, Lai 0.12% of alginate, 0.015% of multidimensional pigments, 0.025% of oxytetracycline powder, and 0.26% of trace element supplements). Feed hay powder or green feed (such as weeds and leaves) as appropriate. Feeding volume should be controlled according to different ages of guinea fowl. Because the chicken's skin is gray and the color is not good, some feeds with natural pigments should be added to the feed. Such as yellow corn, red pepper, etc., this can change the chicken skin color. When feeding, the water is required to be separated and the dry powder is fed 3 to 4 times a day, and it is better to eat freely. For laying hens and breeders, feeding should be restricted before opening. It is not advisable to feed too much, resulting in premature birth and premature senility. It is also not possible to feed too little, resulting in late maturation, late production, and affecting production. In addition, the length of the trough and sink should be determined based on the growth rate of the chicken. So as not to affect the intake and drinking water.
Guiji has the habit of sand bath and habitat. A gravel-filled ceramic or enamel basin must be placed in the house for free foraging or sand bathing. If it is a breeder chicken, it is best to build a 1-meter 2-meter 0.4-meter sand field for every 100 chickens on the playground. Perches can be made of bamboo and wood, requiring 60 to 80 centimeters from the ground. Each chicken has a length of 15 to 20 centimeters. Under hatchery, hens start production at 27 weeks of age, and are generally listed at about 1.5 kg body weight.

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