“Poultry Farming in Summer “article was published in Poultry Planner, Magazine,May-21

“Poultry Farming in Summer “article was published in Poultry Planner, Magazine,May-21. This article is written by Mr. Rakesh Kumar, Marketing Director -Growel Agrovet Private Limited

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Amino Power-Unique Combination of 46 Powerful Amino Acids, Vitamins & Minerals

Amino Power It is a Unique Combination of 46 Powerful Amino Acids, Vitamins & Minerals. It is the strongest amino acid for poultry & cattle with a remarkable result and quality. Composition: Each 100 ml contains: Vitamins: Vitamin A : 80000 IU Vitamin B1 : 250 mg Vitamin B2 : 25 mg Vitamin B6 : […]

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Broiler Poultry Medicine Schedule Chart

Poultry Medicine Chart for broiler poultry is meant for healthy and profitable broiler poultry farming. Apart from good quality feeds, chicks, and following bio-security rules, a proper poultry medicine schedule and method are required for broiler poultry farming profitability. In broiler poultry farming, at a different stage of age, different medicines and supplements are needed. […]

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About Poultry Digestive System

Poultry Digestive System in the domestic fowl is very simple but efficient when compared to many other species, such as cattle.In the process of evolution, those avian species that developed simple but effective digestive systems were more able to fly and hence survive, as the simple digestive system would be lighter in weight. It is […]

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Poultry Water Treatment

Poultry water treatment is a very crucial step in a poultry operation and should be effectively carried out because poultry industry uses various water sources such as the municipal water, underground water, and to some extent, surface water and rain water. Regardless of the source, it is highly important that water provided should be free […]

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Brooding Management in Poultry

Brooding Management in Poultry is done in the first 14 days period of the broiler poultry life – which is the most sensitive period because the bird is changing from an immature system to a mature system. For a better and profitable poultry production we can't ignore Good Brooding Management practice.While Brooding Management in Poultry, […]

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Managing Heat Stress in Layer Poultry

Heat Stress in Layer Poultry can have a significant impact on layer flocks, but there are measures for heat stress management in layer poultry  that can be taken to keep hens healthy and producing more eggs. When summer temperatures rise, egg producers need to be ready or they will see egg output decline, and flock […]

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How To Do Poultry Farming in Summer ?

Poultry Farming in Summer is an important topic to understand because heat stress causes adverse effects on the performance of poultry production. The summer season causes several harmful effects on broilers and layers, which ultimately reduces profitability. Summer stress is a severe concern for poultry producers as it directly leads to financial losses by impaired […]

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Poultry Nutrition Guide

Poultry Nutrition Guide is describing the nutrients requirements for layers & broilers,nutrient levels in the feed ,amount of feed consumed & quality of feed supplements.Poultry Nutrition Guide for a better profitability of  layers & broilers farming has been outlined below. Poultry Feed Consumption: There are a number of factors that influence voluntary feed intake (discussed in the section […]

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Mineral Deficiencies in Poultry.

Mineral Deficiencies in Poultry can produce numerous health problems for chickens including in some cases, death. Thus, to prevent Mineral Deficiencies in Poultry, or when deficiency symptoms are noted, feeding a balanced poultry diet with the required vitamins and minerals should be practiced. Calcium and Phosphorus Imbalances in Poultry : A deficiency of either calcium […]

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Vitamin Deficiencies in Poultry.

Vitamin Deficiencies in Poultry  are most commonly due to inadvertent omission of a vitamin premix from the birds' diet. Multiple signs are therefore seen, although in general, problems with deficiencies of the B vitamins appear first. Because there are some stores of fat-soluble vitamins in the body, it often takes longer for these deficiencies to […]

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