POULTRY HOUSING AND POULTRY HOUSE EQUIPMENT 5 TYPE OF HOUSE The type of poultryhouse is largelydetermined bythemanner in which the housing principles are applied. Failure to use them means that all of the effort to gather the information will have been wasted and performance not monitored. Houses that are wider will not provide ample ventilation during hot weather. For comfort and warm;'th the house should be as deep as possible, but if too deep, sunlight will not reach the back. The weighing or measuring of all the ingredients must be accurate. 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The control of the movement of staff and equipment around the farm. If the enterprise is to be successful it is necessary to use stock known to be of good quality and of the appropriate genotype for the commodity to be produced in the management situation to be used. Examples of these are the regulation of day length, the management of live weight for age and of flock uniformity. What #egg dish will you be cooking to celebrate? All of the specified ingredients must be included. Different types of innovative poultry housing design are used in poultry farming business. There are a number of requirements by which animals should be managed so that the best performance is achieved in a way acceptable to those responsible for the care of the animals and to the community generally. The principles of poultry husbandry Nematollah Dayyani1* 1 lecturer of Payam Noor University, Qom, Iran. The following are of major importance when considering the health, welfare and husbandry requirements for a flock: Confining the birds provides a number of advantages: Importantly, the confinement of the birds at higher stocking densities has a number of disadvantages also including: A harsh environment is defined as the one that is outside of the comfort range of the birds. stream 26 Systems of housing -Deep litter and cage systems –merits and demerits. The micro-ingredients such as the amino acids, vitamins, minerals and other similar materials should not be too old and should be stored in cool storage – many such ingredients lose their potency over time, and particularly so at high temperatures. eChook newsletter October 2020 issue - https://mailchi.mp/une/echook-newsletter-march-issue-1257100, © 2020 Poultry Hub All Rights Reserved | ADMIN, Identifying non-invasive biomarkers of intestinal permeability and inflammation in broiler chickens, List of common anatomical and physiological terms, Provides a degree of protection from predators, Reduces the labour costs in the management of the birds, Increases the number of birds that can be maintained by the same labour force, Better organisation of the stocking program, Better organisation management to suit the type and age of the birds housed, Increases the risk of infectious disease passing from one bird to another, Increases the probability that undesirable behavioural changes may occur, Increases the probability of a significant drop in performance, Birds housed at very high densities can often attract adverse comments, The provision of adequate floor space with enough headroom, The provision of good quality food with adequate feeding space, The provision of good quality water with adequate drinking space, The opportunity to associate with flock mates, The elimination of anything that may cause injury, The elimination of all sources of unnecessary harassment. Storage facilities such as silos should be cleaned frequently to prevent the accumulation of mouldy material. Failure to satisfy these needs … Diets may be formulated for each class of stock under various conditions of management, environment and production level. There are two types of records that need be kept on a poultry enterprise: For records to be of use in the management of the enterprise, they must be complete, current and accurate, be analysed and then used in the decision making process. At the same time feeders, drinkers and other equipment can be checked for serviceability. The provision of wash facilities for staff, essential visitors and vehicles prior to entry. %PDF-1.5 Most treatments should be administered under the guidance of the regular flock veterinarian. When treating stock, it is important that the treatment be administered correctly and at the recommended concentration or dose rate. %&'()*456789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz��������������������������������������������������������������������������� The stockperson who spends as much time as possible with the stock from day old onward by moving among them, handling them and talking to them, will grow a much quieter bird that reacts less to harassment, is more resistant to disease and performs better.