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Egg Chick Feed

Egg Chick Feed

Definition

- It is produced to meet the energy and nutrient needs of laying chicks in the 0-4 weeks period.

- Development is high thanks to highly digestible raw materials and essential amino acids.

- Its performance is high under appropriate maintenance and feeding conditions.

- In ideal care and feeding conditions, the growth of chicks varies according to white - brown layer breeds (White & Leghorn - Brown & Lohmann), but after six weeks, a live weight of 450 grams for white breeds and 500 grams for brown breeds is reached.

 

Features

- Improves digestive functions and strengthens immune systems.

- Reduces the negative effects of bacteria.

- Animal protein sources are not used.

- Natural growth factors are used, it does not contain antibiotics.

 

Advices

- Light is very important for egg production, so egg production of wandering hens decreases in winter.

- In periods when daylight is insufficient, the lamp should be turned on and lighting should be increased gradually for 16 hours a day.

- In ideal care and feeding conditions, daily feed consumption can be up to 120-150 grams depending on egg weight and season as a result of the hens roaming outdoors.