1. Use layer cages to raise chickens at an appropriate density
Stocking density refers to how many square meters of cage area each chicken occupies. On the ground of a chicken coop. The higher the stocking density, the more chickens will be raised. But if the density is too high. The air in the chicken house will become worse. Chicken activities and eating will become inconvenient. And the growth rate and egg production rate will decrease. Therefore, even high-density rearing. The density should also be appropriate, not too dense.
2. The use of layer cages to raise chickens should place enough feeders and water tanks
Under the conditions of high-density breeding in large groups. It is necessary to maintain the proper trough and trough length for each chicken. And place these feeders and water tanks as evenly as possible in all parts of the chicken house. In this way, despite the high density of flocks. But each chicken can have a certain position. And you can eat and drink nearby. To ensure that there is no shortage of water, which will not affect its production performance.
3. Use cages to raise chickens to enhance ventilation
Multi-layer propagation in a layer cage is a high-density propagation method. Therefore, under high-density breeding conditions, there are more chickens and a higher respiration rate. The relative humidity and the concentration of harmful gases in the chicken house are also prone to rise. In order to maintain good air conditions in the house, ventilation equipment must be installed or added to increase ventilation and constantly replace enough fresh air.
4 Provide suitable environmental conditions
The quality of environmental conditions directly affects the egg production of chickens. Try to create a suitable living environment for the chickens, so that the temperature of the chicken house should be controlled below 28°C in summer and above 5°C in winter. Warm in winter and cool in summer, with good ventilation.
5 Supply nutritious feed
Modern chicken breeds have high nutritional requirements. To give full play to their egg-laying potential, they must be provided with comprehensive, balanced and stable diets. Insufficient nutrition or unbalanced nutrition will increase feed consumption, affect the performance of laying hens, and even cause disease.