Dr. Md. Mehadi Hasan
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Any technical & manage-mental issues related to Commercial Layer & Pullet especially automation or control shed management.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
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Profitability in poultry production can only be optimized when everything goes right, and that includes keeping the birds healthy. Hygienic Water supply system is one of the most important key factors for good health and growth of poultry. It is important for water to remain hygienic all the way until it reaches the birds, and so water & drinker lines hygiene must be a focus of attention for ...
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We present an efficacy study carried out at the Superior Technical School of Agricultural, Food and Biosystem Engineering, at its Experimental Farm in Catalonia, Spain, where the positive effects of a biosurfactant on the diet of 3,000 Ross 308 broilers are shown, with a slaughter age of 38 days. Improving Digestion - Enhances the absorption of fat-soluble nutrients, such as vitamins A, D, E ...
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Introduction. Maintaining drinking water quality for poultry is an important nutritional aspect as birds consume water at twice the level of feed. One prime factor that determines the wholesomeness of water is its microbial quality. Therefore, it should be of primary concern for production personnel and poultry producers to know the microbial quality of water supplies provided to their birds and ...
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The term cage layer fatigue was initially used in North America (Couch, 1955) to describe a leg weakness in high producing hens housed in cages. Caged layer fatigue (CLF) seems to be an extreme consequence of loss of structural bone in the vertebrae that leads to spinal bone collapse and paralysis (Urist and Deutsch, 1960 Bell and Siller, 1962) which is and characterized by an inability to st ...
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The uterine prolapse is one of the problems facing egg-producing poultry growers, whether it is eggs for hatchery or for human consumption. In the normal situation and when laying eggs, part of the oviduct is taken out for a few moments and then return to the normal state. However, sometimes after ovulation, a reversal of that part, especially the last part of the uterus and vagina, can not retur ...
Participation in Forum on July 16, 2019
A good article about Tunnel fan shutter indeed.
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Figure 1. Damaged fans with butterfly shutters For decades, the “slant wall” fan was the preferred poultry house exhaust fan (Figure 2). Testing found that by simply moving a traditional exterior panel shutter (Figure 4) to the intake side of the fan, the air-moving capacity of the fan was increased five to ten percent. Furthermore, the interior fan shutter location resulted in a re ...
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Darrin Karcher (Purdue University) discussed the minimum stocking density in this system to achieve sufficient production and welfare conditions -including feather coverage-, during an interview at the Multi-State Poultry Feeding and Nutrition Conference and Silvateam's Technical Symposium in Indianapolis, USA.
Participation in Forum on June 27, 2019
Due to heat stress Egg shell color lost as well as production also.
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1. Introduction  Stress, a response to adverse stimuli, is difficult to define and understand because of its nebulous perception. According to Selye [1], “stress is the nonspecific response of the body to any demand”, whereas stressor can be defined as “an agent that produces stress at any time”. Therefore, stress represents the reaction of the animal organism (i.e., ...
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