Here are some steps you can follow to make a mobile poultry structure: I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.
If you have a chick that is struggling to hatch, there are a few things you can try to help: It is important to remember that hatching eggs is a natural process, and interference should be kept to a minimum. However, if a chick is in distress, it may be necessary to provide some assistance […]
Candling is the process of holding an egg up to a light source in order to see the inside of the egg and assess its viability. Here are the steps to candle an egg: It is important to remember that candling is not a foolproof method for determining the viability of an egg, and it […]
Here are some tips for caring for eggs in an incubator: Keep the incubator clean and disinfected. Use a mild disinfectant and clean the incubator before and after each use. Keep the eggs at the correct temperature. The ideal temperature for incubating eggs is 99.5°F (37.5°C). Use a thermometer to monitor the temperature and make […]
Here are some tips for taking care of fertile eggs before incubation: I hope these tips help! If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us on 0727 087 285.
A fertilized poultry egg is an egg that has been fertilized by a rooster’s sperm, resulting in the potential development of a chick. When a hen lays an egg, it can be fertilized if the egg is exposed to sperm from a rooster during the process of ovulation and fertilization. If the egg is not […]
If you suspect that one or more of your birds is sick, it is important to take action as soon as possible to try to treat the illness and prevent it from spreading to other birds. Here are some steps you can take: It is important to remember that each bird is different, and the […]
Feeding Schedule for Brown Egg Layers and Leghorns: 0-6 weeks 20-21% protein chick starter 6-10 weeks16-19% protein pullet grower 18-22 weeks at onset of egg production16-18% protein layer diet (20% layer feed is fine for free range hens.) As soon as hens begin to lay, offer oyster shell as a free choice, available at all […]
Remember, good egg layers begin with proper care when they are chicks. There is a real advantage of raising your own chicks, you control their diet, medication and everyday care. Be careful buying grown chickens from different places. Ask questions about their diet and vaccinations before you buy them. Supplies needed: 1. A chick brooder […]
Candling is a process used to examine the inside of an egg without breaking it. It involves shining a light through the egg to reveal its contents, allowing you to determine whether the egg is fertile, has a developing embryo, or is infertile. This technique can be useful for identifying eggs that are suitable for […]