Commercial Goose Breeding Technology

One week before picking
1. Thoroughly clean the brooding room. Used brooding rooms should be strictly sterilized and then left free for more than one month.
2. Overhaul the insulation facility. Ensure that the flue gas is open and the thermal insulation facilities warm up quickly.
3. Install lighting facilities. The lamp power is 60 watts, 2 meters from the ground, and 4 meters apart. It is best arranged in a plum shape.
4. Build a brooding net. Raise the brooding net (ground brooding) at a height of 80 cm from the ground. The mesh diameter should be 0.5 cm. The brooding net should be flat and tight and be properly fenced, and the strict window and rat hole should be blocked. 6 to 8 thermometers are hung around and below the brooding net to keep the average temperature around.
5. Adhere to disinfection. Before sterilizing, the room temperature should be above 25°C and the spray should be fully sprayed, leaving no dead ends. Disinfect 3 times a week, not less than 2 days at a time, and 2 liters per square meter of liquid medicine is appropriate. For the first time, the indoor floor and walls were wetted with water and then sealed with a 5% fire alkali solution. The second time the equipment and articles for the brooding are prepared, put into the room, fumigated or sprayed with 3% formaldehyde solution, and the doors and windows are ventilated after 6 hours. For the third time, spray 1:600 ​​dilution with 100 toxins and reserve it for use, and prepare a record form.
Second, pick up the chicks 48 hours before the warming and maintain at about 32 °C, check the insulation effect. Preheat the brooding facilities, pay attention to ventilation, and do not have the smell of formaldehyde.
Third, 24 hours before hatching, use 1:100 dilution of 100 toxin to spray disinfection, increase indoor humidity, prepare 5% of glucose water, and pour it into a drinking fountain for use.
Fourth, picking up the first day
1. Temperature adjustment. Keep the room temperature between 28°C and 30°C and humidity 60%. Make sure that the temperature difference in all parts of the brooding room cannot exceed 3°C.
2. Pick up the chicks. 25 to 30 strong and weak groups per square meter, each column can not exceed 30, weak young can not exceed 15, so that even if the crowd does not suffocate or die.
3. Immunity. Goose seedlings are best injected at the hatchery. If they are not vaccinated, they should be filled immediately.
4. Early drinking. Let goslings drink 5% glucose water first, drink water temperature boil cool to 15 °C ~ 20 °C, tune more than 5 per column, glucose water drinking time should not be too long, otherwise it will affect the absorption of egg yolk, generally not more than 20 minutes . When the water dispenser needs to change water, clean water can be directly used to pad the bottom of the drinking fountain to ensure a height of 5 to 6 cm.
5. Start eating. Make sure that most of the goslings drink when they drink water. In order to prevent goslings from getting stuck in the anus, you can feed some soft and soft millet or crushed corn, 100 geese with 0.5 kilograms, sprinkled in newspapers or plastic sheets, and induce goslings to feed.
6. Management. Keep the light for 24 hours; the position of the trough and drinker should be fixed; ensure the rest and sleep of the goslings; do not frequently drive away the goslings that sleep in small piles; work on duty in 24 hours, adjust indoor temperature and humidity, and adjust the indoor goslings.
V. 2 to 3 days after hatching
1. Each gosling is hand-sucked. It feels light to indicate that it did not eat or drink water. It should be fed separately to ensure that every gosling can eat normally.
2. It was found that the goslings with poor spirits, slippery edges and anus are not isolated and raised and treated. For refusal to eat, water repellent, light weight, cold feet, and obvious morbidity, goslings with no feeding value should be eliminated as soon as possible.
3. The brooding room should maintain a humidity of about 65% and a temperature of 28°C to 29°C, and be quiet and hygienic. Reserve a few weak young stalls, pick out weak chicks at any time, and keep them separately.
4. Make sure that most geese and chicks have gradually changed to the compound after eating. The crude protein content of the material is 18% to 20%, and the energy is 12 to 14 MJ/kg. It is best to use pellets. The feed in the trough should be even and not filled too much. The water and material should be supplied for 24 hours. Feed more fresh green fodder as appropriate.
Sixth, 4 to 6 days after hatching
1. Keep the interior dry, sanitary and air well, and remove manure promptly. Note that the drinking fountain should be leveled and height adjusted at any time, with the bottom to the gooseneck at 1/2, and there should be no obvious deposits in the water fountain.
2. On the 6th day, drinking water is added to the electrolytic cubes for 3 to 4 days. Temperature 26 °C ~ 28 °C, humidity about 60%, other work with 2 to 3 days.
Seventh day after picking
1. Temperature 26 °C ~ 27 °C, humidity is not higher than 60%. Each group of about 300, any activity, no more than 30 per column after lights out at night.
2. Inoculation of bird flu plus secondary mucosal virus secondary vaccine, 0.5 ml each.
3. Light is reduced by 1 hour each day until natural light. The temperature is reduced by 0.5°C to 1°C per day to the natural temperature, after which it is grazing for 1 hour at noon on sunny days, after which the grazing time is gradually extended. After 15 days of feeding in the winter, the animals are grazing and extend for 0.5 to 1 hour each day.
Eighth, the 8th to 35th days after picking
1. From the 8th day, feed 7 times a day, 5 times during the day, start feeding at 6, 9, 13, 16 and 19, respectively, and start feeding at 23 and 3 at 2 times in the evening. Feed 1 hour. Drink water continuously during the day and supply water at the same time in the evening.
2. Starting from the 15th day, feed 6 times a day and start feeding at 6, 10, 14, 18, 22 and 2 respectively, and adjust the breeding density at any time to increase the activity area. The room temperature is maintained at about 25°C and it should be fully deaerated at 21 days (except for weather changes). At this time, the weight of the goose is increasing, and it is necessary to prevent it from squeezing to death, especially at night. Keep the room clean and dry. The feed must be gradually increased and the growth is too slow to find the cause. According to the size of the body weight, 10 groups per square meter were regrouped.
3. From the 29th day, use 4 to 5 days to gradually replace the geese feed, feeding 5 times a day, including 1 evening, the amount of material gradually increased to ensure that you can eat more than half an hour, drinking water continuously.
Nine, 35 to 56 days after hatching
1. At this stage, the goose has the fastest growth, must feed the goose, feed 5 times a day, including 1 feed at night, and gradually increase the amount of feed to ensure that the finished feed can eat for more than half an hour, and the density is 6-8 per square meter. Only, put the frail concentration into one column, strengthen the feeding management, and strive to catch up with large groups.
2. Cleaning, disinfection, and drying in the field. Try to avoid severe behaviors such as panic and capture.
3. According to the situation, feed some antibacterial growth additives or probiotics to help digestion, attention can not be used.
Tenth, the first 57 to 63 days after picking
1. In this period, the growth rate is slowed down, the ratio of feed to meat is increased, the proportion of corn and other energy feeds should be increased, and some cheaper energy feeds, such as fine rice bran and brewers' grains, should be added.
2. Let the goose be quiet and inactive, and create a quiet and hygienic environment for the goose to facilitate its fat deposition.
3. Before the slaughter of 75 to 80 days, contact the acquisition unit in advance to strive for a good price.

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