The use of battery cage systems in Ghana to raise chickens in summer for heat stroke has been highly valued by everyone. Let's ask the poultry cage manufacturer to explain the relevant solutions.
- Regularly ventilate and cool the house. In summer, farmers can open the windows in the coop to allow the air in the coop to form convection. Conditional farmers can install fans and wet curtains in the chicken house to help cool down. Farming equipment manufacturers remind farmers to avoid direct sunlight to the birds through windows, doors or vents during the summer.
- Take measures on the roof of the house. In summer, white lime milk can be sprayed on the roof, which can effectively reduce the temperature in the room.
- Take timely measures for treatment. If some chickens in the flock are found to have heat stroke, they should be moved to a cool and ventilated place in time. The most important point is to clean up the manure in the chicken house outside the chicken house in time to prevent the chicken manure from deteriorating and polluting the air of the chicken house.
- Strengthen the feeding and management of chickens. The best times to feed chickens are in the evening and in the morning. Lower temperatures in both phases can promote flock rationing.
The above are some specific measures for poultry cage manufacturers to prevent heatstroke in chickens. Hopefully these measures will help farmers raise chickens in the summer.