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Artificial Insemination in Poultry



Artificial Insemination in Poultry 

 

Artificial insemination is the most widely used reproductive skill in livestock industry. In China, 

Chicken farmer are using Artificial Insemination as commercial purposes. Through Artificial 

insemination, chicken farmers can reduce the quantity of Roosers, while Roosters will consume

up lots of food during the production of breeding eggs.

 

Artificial insemination is cost effective in broiler breeding management.

In broilers Feeding, the male broilers have bigger body weight and short legs, which will make

it hard for natural mating.  For farmer's selection for faster weight growth in broilers is intensified, 

fertility in males is likely to decline due to negative relationship between weight growth and fertility.

 

 Also Read: How to Artificial Insemination in Poultry?

 

Artificial Insemination allows for incompatible Chicken to mate;

incompatibility usually arises for male chicken are heavier in body weight than females, and it may 

result to injury of the females in natural mating.

  

Artificial Insemination allows for better use of the cage feeding system in hatchery breeding operations,

especially when you demand for large number of layer hens to lay fertilized eggs.

 

Also Read: Chicken care: Chicken's Frist Day on the Farm 


 

Artificial Insemination make it possible that one male of high genetic merit for a particular trait serves 

for more layer hens,  therefore, this will reduce the quantity of Rooster, the mating ratio can be 

1Rooster:10 layer hens.

 


Artificial insemination in chicken requires chicken farmers to understand the basic knowledge of the 

hen's and the Rooster's reproductive tract. In addition, Chicken farmers must be technically competent 

with the semen collection and deposition procedures to achieve effectiveness in producing fertilized 

eggs.