Talaat Mostafa  El-Sheikh
T. M. El-Sheikh Prof. Dr. of Poultry Production, Head of Animal & Poultry Prod. Dept.
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T. M. El-Sheikh Prof. Dr. of Poultry Production, Head of Animal & Poultry Prod. Dept.
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Dear Dr. Ram Singh , Thanks for your interest in the product. We will contact you by pvt message for further discussions Regards
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Thanks for this nice article. though, there is no much difference between performance data, but 4 light saving is still a big achievement.
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In the field, I have raised chicks on 4 hour darkness at hatch till day 4 and working up to 6 by day 8, and I have found the same. That the 7 day weight is slightly lower but the "burst" of growth after day 9 more then makes up for it. The concern was that in finishing when feeding mash diets that in higher density barns (3.5 kg/ sq ft) that the chicks wouldn't have enough time and feed intake wou ...
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George Entz Thanks for your feedback
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George Entz How old are condemns with longer than four hours dark
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I personally believe it is better to have a single dark period, the length of which would remain the same for essentially the entire length of the flock.
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Dr. Mike Czarick, Please email me at entzgeorge20@gmail.com. Thanks.
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Dr. Mike Czarick If the dark period exceeds 4 hours the birds are getting very excited at light on and crowd in front of the feeders. This bears the risk of deep scratches on the back. Splitting the dark periods in two phases may be better in this respect. Werner
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Werner Bessei This is why I believe it is important to use a "dawn/dusk" dimmer. If the lights are brought on gradually you will avoid potential piling and scratching problems. In my opinion breaking a six hour dark period into two three dark periods somewhat defeats the purpose of having a dark period. I know I would rather sleep six hours continuously than have two three hour naps.
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Werner Bessei but than they are not getting 4 hours rest which is very important for growth performance
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