Food For Pheasants That Grow Fast – Healthy

It is obvious to everyone that food plays an essential role in the life of all species. Raising hemorrhoids without knowing what foods are suitable for them is a matter of … disaster. It is obvious that everyone knows that food plays an essential role in the life of all species. Raising hemorrhoids without knowing what foods to enjoy with them is a matter of … disaster. Let’s find out with BSF Smart Farm.

Effective Pheasant Feeds

As mentioned in other articles about pheasants, more than half a century ago, the movement to raise ornamental pheasants spontaneously broke out, so much so that wherever they went, people heard gossip, despite the price of pheasants. At that time, it was very high, but many people were still eager to participate… However, because no one had any manuals on how to raise pheasants, the movement only emerged for less than a year and then collapsed!

Pheasant Food Status

At that time, people were racing to raise pheasants without knowing what food to feed the pheasants to live, especially baby pheasants.

Think about raising livestock in that way, is it different from the scene of people squirming around in the dark?

For adult pheasants, we feed rice, because we think that pheasants simply eat chicken fins, but whatever chickens eat, pheasants will probably eat the same. Fortunately, hemorrhoids also like to eat rice, but as a result, the hen lays only fifty-five eggs per litter. Eggs still have co, incubating still hatched hemorrhoids, so everyone is happy, also believes that this breed is not difficult to raise.

Only when hemorrhoids in every family died, no one could save them, then the people raising hemorrhoids at that time were confused. The baby pheasants that have just come out of their shells are as precious as gold. Every day they spread broken rice to feed them, but each one turns their eyes away and refuses to peck a grain! The more hungry they are, the more diligently they drink water, and after a few days, all of them show signs of exhaustion and then they all die! The simple reason was that newly hatched pheasants did not know how to eat broken rice, while the pheasant world at that time thought simply: “Children are like chicks, it is reasonable to feed them broken rice in the first few days of life! ” There! Breeding is subjective, so everyone ends up failing.

Learn more: 12 behaviors of pheasants.

Food for raising pheasants needs to be thoroughly understood

Unfortunately, at that time, the industrial chicken farming movement had not appeared in our country, so the mixed bran pellets (food for raising pheasants today) people had not heard the name, where did they buy and use the incubator.

Remember, by the time we found plant-based protein food that could feed baby pheasants, before we could, the industrial chicken-raising movement started to emerge, so the hemorrhoid farming was no longer interested.

Today, the basic food for raising hemorrhoids is mixed bran pellets for industrial chickens of all ages:

  • Baby hemorrhoids feed pellets of chicks
  • Hemorrhoids are fed bran pellets of gilts and broilers
  • Laying hemorrhoids feed pellets of laying hens

Raising pheasants of all ages with mixed bran pellets is very good, because the bran is full of nutrients that are essential for the growth and development of pheasants such as:

Protein: There are two types: vegetable protein and animal protein.

Plant protein is found in rice, corn, beans such as green beans, red beans, black beans, soybeans, etc. Plant proteins are also found in peanut oil cakes, coconut oil cakes.

Animal protein is abundant in meat meal, fish meal, milk powder … insects such as worms, crickets, locusts, and other insects.

Protein is essential for hemorrhoids of all ages, such as hemorrhoids, whose diet lacks protein, they will be flat and slow to grow; empty hemorrhoids become dull, slow, lazy covering the roof; and female hemorrhoids have poor reproduction, small eggs …

You can supplement protein with the extremely effective Black Soldier Fly Larva.

Carbohydrates: also known as starch, found in rice, corn, broken rice bran, beans …

Carbohydrates have the function of providing heat and heat energy for hemorrhoids of all ages.

But, please note that if hemorrhoids are fed too much starch in their diet for a long time, their body will quickly become fat because of the accumulation of fat. Hemorrhoids with flesh that are fattened so quickly are happy, but hemorrhoids are empty, they walk and stand heavily, lazy to breed; and female hemorrhoids, the egg production decreases, many children vomit.

On the contrary, if the diet of hemorrhoids is high in starch, all children will be weak and slow to grow. The reason is that the amount of fat stored in their body from before will be gradually destroyed to create heat, the heat that helps them live.

You can ferment to increase nutrition with BIO SU silage.

Fat:

The use of fat for the growth of pheasants is similar to the starch mentioned above. Because fat also has the function of providing heat and heat to help hemorrhoids live, healthy and chubby.

For pheasants, in their diet only 3% fat is moderate, because if you eat too much fat for a long time, the hemorrhoids will not be fully digested, so it is easy to have diarrhea.

To add fat and nutrients: Use BIO BSF hydrolyzed larval protein solution.

Mineral:

In minerals, there are two important substances, which are calcium (available in snail shells and shells) and phosphorus (in abundance in bone meal, fish meal, and cuttlefish).

The use of minerals is to strengthen the bones of pheasants of all ages, so that pheasants are healthy, grow well, gain weight quickly.

Minerals are abundant in snail shells, shells, egg shells, bone meal, fish meal, cuttlefish capsule, dead lime and table salt.

Baby hemorrhoids, hemorrhoids, if the daily diet is full of minerals, they will be healthy and gain weight quickly. Female hemorrhoids eating enough minerals will lay wrong, large eggs, thick shells.

Vitamin:

In the pheasant’s food, it is necessary to have vitamins A, B, D, E. Because if you eat a lack of these vitamins, hemorrhoids of all ages will be thin and thin. On the contrary, if the daily diet has enough of these necessary vitamins, the baby hemorrhoids will be strong and grow fast; hemorrhoids drum energetic, dynamic, covered with pungent roof; The hen lays wrongly, the eggs are large and the hatching rate is quite high.

  • Vitamin A: Rich in morue liver oil, germinated rice, yellow corn, carrots, sweet potatoes, squash, pumpkin, morning glory, and fresh young vegetables. Lack of vitamin A hemorrhoids will suffer from eye diseases, such as puffy eyes, watery eyes, mucous membranes in the eyes that cause lots of pain, causing hemorrhoids not to see the way, so you should stand still and do not care about eating and gradually exhausted. but die. Severe vitamin A deficiency will lead to blindness.
  • Vitamin B: Rich in germinated rice, rice bran, legumes, fish meat, shrimp and fresh vegetables … If the diet lacks vitamin B for a long time, hemorrhoids will develop acne on eyelids, oral mucosa and The palate causes pain, so I don’t care about eating. If the disease is severe, the head of hemorrhoids will be crooked to one side, some children will hang their heads on the ground, or their legs will shrink and become paralyzed, causing them to lie down forever and gradually become exhausted and die from hunger and thirst.
  • Vitamin D: very important for the life of pheasants of all ages, its role is the same as that of vitamin A. Vitamin D is abundant in milk, cod liver oil, and is synthesized under the effect of ultraviolet rays in the morning sun. If the hemorrhoids are released daily into the sunny yard (or the barn faces to the east), they will synthesize a lot of vitamin D. If the diet of the pheasants is deficient in vitamin D, the baby’s skeleton will be soft and crooked. Weak legs make it difficult to walk. If mother hemorrhoids are deficient in vitamin D, the egg production will be reduced, the eggs are small, and the eggshell will be thin. In more severe cases, the hemorrhoids will be paralyzed, hungry can not drag to the feeding trough, drinking trough should lie in one place exhausted and gradually die.
  • Vitamin E: Rich in bean sprouts, germinated rice, yellow corn, legumes and fresh vegetables. If the diet of hemorrhoids of all ages lacks vitamin E, their legs will be weak, difficult to walk, have children. Standing unsteadily falling up and down. If hemorrhoids are seriously ill, the neck will be crooked, the head will be tilted to one side, then the paralysis will lie down in place. Hemorrhoids don’t eat enough vitamin E, don’t kick the hens, eggs are deficient. As for hens with severe vitamin E deficiency, they will have poor reproduction, some women will stop giving birth…

In mixed pellets, each of the feed ingredients mentioned above are mixed in a reasonable proportion for each litter. However, for hemorrhoids that are two months old or older, we should mix in mixed bran pellets with about 20% of rice, and hemorrhoids that have laid will increase the percentage of rice to thirty or forty percent, which is both suitable for their taste and good for reproduction. , avoid witnessing for being too fat.

Feed the pheasant with green vegetables to supplement the necessary vitamins

In addition to a full diet with nutritious ingredients in mixed bran pellets, daily we should feed hemorrhoids with animal protein, trace minerals and fresh vegetables, so that hemorrhoids can be raised. for better growth. We also know that in fresh vegetables, there are many vitamins and fiber, helping the stomach and hemorrhoids to work better. If you eat a lack of fresh vegetables and herbs, the barn-raised hemorrhoids will bite each other, eat each other’s feathers…

How to feed pheasants

Raising pheasants is like raising other poultry breeds, there are many ways to feed:

  • Meal feeding: In this way, we feed the pheasants twice a day: morning and afternoon. At meals, at a certain time, we feed the hemorrhoids. The food poured into the trough was about the right amount for each animal. Feeding in this way is not much food left after the meal, so it is not damaged, rancid, less expensive, but it takes a lot of effort and time. Usually when raising hemorrhoids in a single cage, people apply the method of feeding by meals.
  • Free feeding: In this way, every morning we go to the pheasant’s cage to fill the trough with food for them to eat as much as they want. All day when they are hungry, they go to the trough to be full because food is always available. You can plan to feed the hemorrhoids one day at a time or for several days in a row to pour enough bran pellets into the automatic troughs. On the day the food runs out, come refill it.

In addition to the main meals, in the evening, we should also feed the pheasants with an additional meal with food that is fresh vegetables for enough nutrients.

Read more: How to make a cage for pheasants.

Drinking water for pheasants

Due to eating bran tablets, hemorrhoids need to drink a lot of water to be thirsty. Water for hemorrhoids to drink is fresh and clean water for people to drink. The water trough needs to be hung as high as the pheasant’s breast, so that dust and things lining the floor of the cage such as rice husks and sand can hardly be splashed into the water to contaminate drinking water. Should provide enough drinking water for hemorrhoids, so that the water trough is always full so that hemorrhoids can drink as much as possible. Ideally, twice a day should add more water to fill the trough.

Lack of water to drink, hemorrhoids are thirsty, so anorexia slows down. Every day, before adding new water, we should clean the trough clean, so it is hygienic.

How to mix minerals

Breeding pheasants in a barn needs to be fed with adequate minerals in order for them to live healthy and reproduce well.

The mineral preparation formula includes the following substances and ingredients:

  • Sand: 25%
  • Red soil Bien Hoa: 25%
  • Dead coal: 35%
  • Foam salt: 1%
  • One seed: 1%
  • Sand sugar: 1%
  • Oyster shell: 1%
  • Owl grass powder: 1%
  • Licorice powder: 1%

Making:

  • Sieve sand to clean garbage and impurities, then soak it in a basin of clean water a few times and then dry it.
  • Red soil is pounded, dried and sifted to get a fine powder.
  • The purchased coals are heated to red, cooled, crushed and then sifted to obtain a fine powder. (Three things above put in a roasting pan thoroughly to sterilize)
  • Crushed granulated salt
  • Baked oyster shells, pounded, sifted for flour.

All 9 flavors are weighed according to the ratio of the formula set out, then mixed together and stored for use gradually … Once full, can be kept for birds to eat all year long, as long as it is not in a humid place.

Keeping food and drinking water clean

Food and drink are food that feeds pheasants, if it is a food containing many nutrients, it has a delicious taste. And if you feed hemorrhoids with food that is too old, no longer nutritious, and it is still moldy, that food is toxic, will kill hemorrhoids, and also slowly.

For that reason, we should feed hemorrhoids with freshly mixed, freshly prepared food that is still delicious and nutritious. The old food has been rancid, so throw it away without regret. Because if you regret your money, if you want to feed your hemorrhoids with this old food, if you want to feed them cheaply, what else would you deliberately poison your precious herd of hemorrhoids?

Read More: Prevention and Hygiene Techniques for Hemorrhoids.

This also means that any leftover food left in the pheasant’s trough after dinner should be thrown away. Even that feeder needs to be thoroughly cleaned with clean water before being dried in the sun to be sterilized and reused.

Because if the leftover food in the trough is left overnight without being properly covered, it will be moldy, fermentable, and sure not to be eaten by rats and dirty cockroaches outside, and eat and defecate in it? Try to ask that leftover food after a night of no cover, how can it be guaranteed to be pure?

With feed pellets that feed the pheasants, we should only buy and store them for the pheasants to eat gradually within a few weeks. The bran purchased should be stored in a jar with a lid and placed in a cool, dry place, so it won’t go rancid.

Water for hemorrhoids, too, must be fresh and clean.

Raising baby hemorrhoids within a few weeks of age, many people are careful to cook boiling water to cool before pouring it into a trough for hemorrhoids to drink.

Just like food, water for hemorrhoids to drink must always be filled with troughs, and refilled whenever they feel dry. The hemorrhoids haven’t starved to death, but without drinking water for a day, the baby hemorrhoids will die of thirst, while the adult hemorrhoids will quickly become exhausted, and the female hemorrhoids will stop laying eggs…

In short, every day after dinner, the leftover food in the troughs should be collected and discarded. Excess drinking water is also discarded. Feeders and drinkers must be washed thoroughly before reuse.

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