Guinea fowl is native to Africa, and it is heat-resistant and cold-resistant. After domestication, it survives in winter weather conditions, but its performance is limited, its resistance to disease decreases, and its fecundity declines. Therefore, it is extremely important to strengthen scientific feeding and management in the winter.
Breeding density: The activity of guinea fowls is relatively large. It is necessary to pay attention to heat preservation and also to spawn groups in time. In order to save the cost of insulation, some growers postpone the swarf. As the age increases, the density becomes larger and larger, and the environmental conditions in the house are poor. The guinea fowls are uneven and not strong due to uneven feeding. First, it is vulnerable to becoming infected and causes a dangerous source of the disease in the entire population.
Insulation: Insulation of young guinea fowls is better, and the temperature in the brooding room cannot be lower than 28Â°C. The horizontal temperature of the guinea fowl range of activity should be 32 Â°C, with guinea fowl free to spread activities, do not play pile, do not stand still as the optimum temperature. Cold-resistant guinea fowls have reduced resistance to disease and can easily cause infections such as Salmonella, E. coli, and enteritis viruses. In addition to young guinea fowl, guinea fowls over 50 days of age must also have appropriate measures to prevent cold, such as blocking the cold wind into the shed, the best conditions to maintain the temperature above 18 Â°C. The pearl sheds must be kept cold and windproof, and they must maintain room temperature above 20Â°C. This is the key to the reproduction potential of guinea fowls and ensure normal production, otherwise the egg production rate and fertility rate will both decline. In the fall, we must pay close attention to the arrival of the cold wave and prevent the cold wave from blowing directly into the house. The guinea fowls at the peak of egg production will be moulted and discontinued when they catch cold. The male guinea fowls have no semen. Therefore, in Guangdong, the measures to prevent cold in a kind of pearl chicken house should be implemented from the autumn to prevent the sudden change of climate from disturbing the production of guinea fowl.
Ventilation: As long as the breeding bred house and bred house for flat-raising have good control of the breeding density, diligent excrement, and attention to changing the air, the ventilation problem can be solved. However, a kind of pearl sheds, especially cages reared in cages, have high stocking densities and are usually closed in order to prevent the cold. Therefore, two sets of exhaust systems are required to take turns in order to make ammonia and carbon dioxide toxic gases in the houses. Reduce to normal levels.
Light: The guinea fowls are extremely frightened and suffocate. Therefore, the broiler houses should be kept overnight and the illumination should be 1 watt per square meter, which can be seen with the naked eye. If it is a kind of pearl chicken house, two sets of lighting lines are needed, with strong light for 18 hours per day and then weak light for 6 hours, so as to maintain a high egg production rate and fertility rate.
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