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How to build a good micro-climate of Breeding house in Nepal

How to build a good micro-climate of Breeding house in Nepal


Having a clear picture of breeder and its egg production is a basic rule for getting the normal laying of breeders,

instead of losses due to late egg production.


The followings are a measure to avoid late egg production of breeders:

1. Maintain a good growing uniformity of breeder

Prevent the problem of poor growing uniformity, its production value and economic effect will be higher. 

Therefore, from the 1st day of age, we should keep a good breeder uniformity. The better the growing 

uniformity is, the higher the performance of flocks will be. The goal of growing uniformity control must 

be above 85% or higher before 10 weeks.

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2. Establish a good micro-climate in breeder house

Please maintain a reasonable stocking density, and equipped with adequate feeding equipment; Maintain

good ventilation and strengthen the litter management; Provide high quality full price of feed; and offer 

all-round management, and try to reduce stress reaction , to create a good micro-climate environment 

for flocks.


3. Strengthen the lighting management

Chicken farm should not only pay attention to the importance for light time, but also focus on the effect

of light intensity. Flocks, responding to light stimulation, will depend on the body weight compliance, and

growing uniformity of the flock,  as well as nutritional intake.

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4. Control breeder’s weight according to the growth


At the end of Four weeks, the body weight should meet or slightly exceed the standard, but should not 

below the weight standard. Breeders have a better skeleton development, because the breeder of 9 weeks

old would have 85% of skeleton completely developed.


Before 40 weeks, weighing breeder once a week; after 40 weeks, weighing once every two weeks to know 

clearly about the growth of breeders, and make an timely adjustment accordingly.