CARE, NUTRITION, AND ROUNDATION PROCESS DISEASE TREATMENT IN RI LAI CHICKEN AT NGUYEN QUANG CHINH, TRUNG MON COMMUNE, YEN SON DISTRICT, TUYEN QUANG PROVINCE
Keywords:Crossbred Ri chicken, growth , nurturing, prevention and treatment
This process is carried out on the chicken farm of Nguyen Quang Chinh househoid, Trung Mon commune, Yen Son district, Tuyen Quang province. Research results have shown that the survival rate of Crossbred Ri chicken is quite high, with good adaptability to local natural conditions. Body weight of Crossbred Ri chicken at birth was 33.03g/head; at 3 weeks old is 223.87 g/head, at 15 weeks old is 1807.62g/head. The average absolute growth rate for the whole period was 16.90 (g/head/day), relative growth was 26.09 (g/head/day). In the process of raising chickens infected with E.coli, coccidiosis, CRD, the highest rate of chickens infected with coccidiosis was 1.73%. When chickens are sick, use the drug after 5 days of symptoms of the disease in the disease in the chickens.
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