Hello Hivers 💕💞,
There's always a step you take when you want to brewed your chicken or want to raise your either broiler chicken or Layer birds. These are my own few steps I took when preparing for another brooding session of birds. They are probably going to be either four weeks old chicken or eight weeks old depending on the rate at which I see them at the moment. I made these steps earlier today in the morning around 9:00am.
The Feeding Trough.
This are the metal feeding trough I bought some months ago and I'm going to use them for this task ahead. I love the wooden ones though but I prefer the metal feeding trough.
This upper layer of the cage is the one I will use for the raising of the birds for now and as soon as possible when they gain more weight and size I'm going to demarcate and also put them into sections as the size of the birds emerged.
The Preparation Began Proper
This was how I made the Layer ground of the wooden cage top initially, when I stocked my last Bird inside the cage I first of all put a cut sack underneath then I poured on it the wood shavings to prevent easy access of their faces and also to prevent coccidiosis and some other related diseases.
After pulling out the hole dirty sack I formally used , I preceded by sweeping the main wooden layer below the sack until it was well swept thereafter I make sure I removed all the cobwebs attached to the cage front and at the back also inside the cage as well.
At this point I proceeded again to the disinfectant means and procedure. I needed to be Strict in this aspect because I always lose my chicken anytime I use this cage for brooding or raising of chicken.
The Insecticide And Pesticide Used.
- the Perfect Killer.
Are used a perfect killer to set decayed into a very hard mode in order to be very in conducive for the Insects and the pest to also eradicate them all once and for all.
I measured just 5ml of the Perfect Killer and poured into the 4litters of the water and Mixed thoroughly and sprayed it effectively as shown below.
The Process Began Proper
I will leave the cage for two days before I stock the cage with the chicken.