How to choose the right chicken cage?

According to experience, different types of chickens have different cages, especially some broilers with relatively large weight. The cages of common broiler breeders are specially made. In addition, farmers should pay attention to the following points when purchasing chicken cages:

1. The angle of the layer chicken cages design. The angle of the cage must be accurate when the angle of the cage is rolled out. The angle cannot be rolled out of the egg in time. It may be broken by the chicken. The large angle is easy to fall to the ground and the impact of the egg rolling is broken and broken. The slope of the cage should be kept at 7-8 degrees.

2. The spacing of the iron bars at the bottom of the cage. This indicator of the chicken cage is also very important. It is generally recommended that the spacing is 2.5 cm × 5 cm. It is wrong to think that the size of the broiler breeder can increase the spacing. It is recommended that a qualified chicken farm lay a plastic mesh at the bottom of the cage that is consistent with the cage bottom mesh. Practice has proved that the plastic net can buffer the strength of the egg hitting the net and rolling down the bottom of the net, which not only greatly reduces the egg breaking rate, but also reduces the incidence of leg disease and chest bursitis.

3. Pay attention to the connection between the chicken cage and the chicken cage. Here, you need to remind the purchaser to pay attention to the treatment of the connection between the chicken cage and the chicken cage. It must be done fine, and there should be no large gaps, because there are more fallen eggs here. If you are not paying attention to this detail when purchasing a chicken cage, then we recommend that you use a plastic cable tie, a thin wire or a string for cross wrapping, and a wooden or iron baffle can be added to the cage at both ends of the house. Prevent rolling onto the ground.

4. The material selection of the chicken cage. The choice of materials for the chicken cage is very particular. To choose a suitable material with toughness, the diameter of the wire at the bottom of the cage is the smallest at 2 mm, and the larger the diameter of the wire, the more likely it is to break the egg.