(At present, many laying hens are raised mainly with powder feed, and some laying hens are raised with pellet feed. According to the actual feeding method, chicken feed processing equipment can be flexibly selected. If powder feed is to be processed, then no need to buy poultry chicken feed pellet mill and pellet cooler equipment)
Easy to operate,every inlet has one impulse dust collector,keep environment clean,protect workers healthy.
Pre-cleaner clean raw material ,then after magnet separator,storage bin and feeder,material goes into corn grinder for chicken feed to become powder.
③Batching & Mixing
After crushing,original powder and some premix will be weighed in batching scale according to proportional,then go down to mixer to reach uniformity.
After using high temperature steam to make raw material curing, the materials will be made to pellet through chicken feed pelleting machine. Then the pellet will be cooled down by pellet cooling machine.
The finish product contain pellet of normal size,smaller size and bigger size.By use grading sieve,we can get normal size pellet.
⑥Plant Control system
CCP/MCC are designed as per the requirement of the customer. It can also control automation level.
①poultry feed processing plant cleaning equipment
Costs of setting up a 3t/h poultry chicken feed mill plant is usually between 30000USD-200000USD.
2. How much feed does the laying hens eat every day?
The nutritional consumption of laying hens is relatively high, so there should be feed and sufficient nutrition. In order to increase the egg production of laying hens, it is necessary to feed a variety of feeds to ensure nutritional balance. Then how much does the laying hens eat a day? The key to measuring the value of laying hens Look at the egg production of the laying hens. The weight of the laying hens affects the production of the laying hens. Therefore, many farmers want to know how much feed a layer eats in a day. This should be calculated based on the age of the chicken. The specific analysis is as follows :
(1) Before 10 days of age
Daily feed quantity = number of days +2, for example, the daily feed quantity of 7-day-old chickens is 7+2=9 grams.
(2) 11-20 days old
Daily feed volume = number of days + 1, for example, the daily feed volume for a 15-day-old egg chicken is 15 + 1 = 16 grams.
(3) 21-50 days old
Daily feed amount = number of days old, for example, the daily feed amount for a 30-day-old egg chicken is 30 grams.
(4) 51～150 days old
Daily feed volume = 50+ (number of days-50) ÷ 2, for example, the daily feed volume of a 100-day-old egg is 50 + (100-50) ÷ 2 = 75 grams.
(5) Over 150 days old
The daily feed for laying hens over 150 days old should be stable at 100-12 grams.
Based on this calculation, a hen will consume about 8.84 kg of feed when it is 150 days old, and about 36.50 kg by 550 days of age. Of course, there should be slight differences in the amount of materials used in different varieties and different seasons. Eat more in winter and less in summer.
3. Types of layer feed
(1) Energy feed
Energy feed refers to feed with a crude fiber content of less than 18% in dry matter, a crude protein content of less than 20%, and a digestible energy of more than 2500 kcal per kilogram of dry matter, such as corn, barley, wheat, and sugar Bran, etc., is the main source of energy for laying hens.
(2) Protein feed
Protein feed refers to feed with a crude protein content of more than 20% in the dry feed and a crude fiber content of less than 18%. It includes vegetable protein feed (such as soybeans, soybean cake, soybean meal, peanut cake, etc.) and animal protein feed (such as Fish meal, blood meal, yeast meal, meat and bone meal, etc.), for supplementing other energy feeds that lack protein, can form a balanced diet to improve feed conversion rate. Its content generally accounts for 15%-35% of the full price compound feed.
(3) Compound feed
Compound feed refers to a commercial feed that uses a variety of feed ingredients, according to the nutritional needs of laying hens, and is processed and produced in accordance with a certain feed formula, which is balanced, complete and evenly mixed, and is called compound feed. According to its composition and purpose, compound feed can be divided into: complete feed, concentrated feed, pre-mixed feed, etc.
(4) Complete feed
Full-price compound feed refers to the compound feed that contains the types and quantities of nutrients that can meet the growth and maintenance needs of the laying hens. The finished products can be directly used for the production needs of the laying hens at different stages. It is more convenient to use, but the storage time is not appropriate. Too long.
(5) Concentrated feed
Concentrated feed is concentrated feed. Also called protein supplement feed, it refers to the removal of feed ingredients other than energy feed (such as corn, bran) from the complete compound feed, which mainly includes protein feed, minerals and various micro-lick additives. When in use, as long as the concentrated feed is mixed with energy feed in a certain proportion, it can become a complete compound feed, which can be directly used for feeding laying hens. The shared amount generally accounts for 15%-50% of the complete feed.
(6) Premixed feed for laying hens
Premixed feed is pre-mixed (additive pre-mixed, additive pre-mixed), refers to the removal of energy feed, protein feed (such as various cakes, fish meal, etc.), After the main macro minerals (such as calcium, phosphorus and salt, etc.), it is a material uniformly added by a variety of vitamins, trace elements and other trace additives and carriers or diluents according to certain technical means. The shared amount accounts for about 0.5%-5% of the full price of feed, but the current commonly used ratio in production is 1%.
4. Chicken feed formula for layers at various stages
(1) Homemade feed formula for laying hens 1 to 3 weeks old:
Corn 60%, millet 5%, sorghum 4%, wheat bran 5%, bean cake 8%, fish meal 8%, bone and meat meal 3%, blood meal 5%, stone meal 1.5%, salt 0.3%, appropriate amount of additives.
(2) Feed formula for laying hens at the age of 4 to 6 weeks:
Corn 60%, sorghum 4%, wheat bran 6%, bean cake 15%, peanut cake 3%, cotton cake 2%, blood meal 3%, fish meal 5%, shell meal 1%, bone meal 0.7%, salt 0.3%.
(3) Feed ratio of laying hens aged 7 to 14 weeks:
Corn 60%, sorghum 6%, barley 12%, soybean cake 10%, fish meal 3%, shell meal 0.7%, locust leaf meal 5%, bone meal 2%, table salt 0.3%, appropriate amount of additives.
(4) Feed ratio of chickens aged 15 to 25 weeks:
Corn 65%, barley 5%, wheat bran 15%, bean cake 7%, cotton cake 2%, fish meal 2%, shell meal 1.5%, bone meal 2%, salt 0.3%, and appropriate additives.
(5) Chicken feed formula when the egg production rate is 50%:
Corn 60%, wheat bran 6%, dried sweet potato 6%, soybean cake 18%, fish meal 6%, bone meal 2.7%, salt 0.3%, methionine 0.1%, and appropriate amount of additives.
(6) Feed ratio when the egg production rate is between 55% and 80%:
Corn 57%, dried sweet potato 5%, wheat bran 3%, bean cake 20%, cotton cake 2%, peanut cake 2%, fish meal 7%, bone meal 3%, salt 0.3%, and appropriate additives.
(7) Feed formula during peak period when the egg production rate is above 80%:
Corn 52%, sorghum 4%, wheat bran 4%, bean cake 20%, cotton cake 4%, peanut cake 4%, fish meal 4%, locust leaf powder 3.5%, bone meal 3.5%, salt 0.3%, and appropriate additives.
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