, the production of eggs and meat is dedicated to the warm season. It provides for the use of local feed at their slightly increased consumption..
The bird is housed in a lightweight house using paddocks. She herself finds feed, minerals, but with such a system, laboriousness increases, mechanization of egg collection, distribution of feed, and cleaning of the house is difficult.
An intensive system is used in large industrial production. Transition systems are used in farms and large household plots. In this case, elements of industrial poultry content are used in combination with elements of an extensive system. When organizing poultry houses, it is necessary to combine the minimum required costs, ease of maintenance and compliance with veterinary and sanitary requirements.
Guidelines for organizing a house.
The main recommendations for organizing a poultry house or poultry farm are as follows:
1. The size of buildings and content technology depend on the intentions and capabilities of the owner:
– produce products all year round or only in the warm season
– from the availability of land for walking
– from feed availability.
2. The equipment and implements used must correspond to the type of bird, its age and productivity.
3. Heating of the house is required for year-round keeping and rearing of poultry.
4. The house should be built on a dry place with a low level of groundwater..
5. Do not build a house next to rabbitry or pigsty..
6. Do not build a house on clay soil or in places with high groundwater levels..
7. You can not organize walking on sandy soil.
If paragraphs 5 and 6 are violated, the bird is often sick, and the sandy soil is trampled down, and the range becomes dusty.
Contents of the book Maintenance and breeding of geese, construction of poultry houses, preparation of feed, incubation of eggs, cultivation of goslings.
ORIGIN AND BREEDS OF GOES
CONTENT OF ADULT GOES
Guidelines for organizing a house
House Requirements and Walk
SELECTION OF GOES FOR THE TRIBE
Geese to the festive table
CONCLUSION OF YOUNG PEOPLE
Obtaining eggs suitable for incubation
How to choose a hen
Care for the hens
Control the eggs
Brood and chicks
Preparation of premises for goslings
Conditions for proper growth and development
Grazing on pasture
Content goslings without grazing
How to have goose meat all year round
Cereal cereal feed
Preparing feed for feeding
Harvesting feed for future use
Feed and meat quality