Participation in Forum on August 15, 2015
I read with interest all the nice comments but are about production management practices. What about breeders and vertically transmitted diseases especially in African and Asian operations what is the comment?
Participation in Forum on January 10, 2015
It could be a mycotoxin or nutritional problem i.e biogenic. It can also be pathological i.e viral, bacterial or fungal infection. My advise is take feed for testing and get a Vet to assist on pathological conditions
Participation in Forum on January 1, 2015
I agree with the comments earlier posted but apart from variability in chick size and weight other managent practice play a bigger part in creating this situation. These include nutrition, house environment and off course stocking densities. Poor management of the afore mentioned can also lead to the problem of uniformity variation
Participation in Forum on December 18, 2014
It may not just be feed there are other factors you should look ot for eg disease, stocking density, ratio of feeders and drinkers to the number of birds,, temperature variations during brooding and hygiene
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