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Space Management in Poultry.

How much space you should provide to your birds from Starting to Lifting of broiler birds?

It Depends upon the age of birds and keep increasing space.

1 Square feet space is required for 1 bird.

Example if you are having 100 feet long & 20 feet long . then you can replace 2000 birds maximum .

But  If First day broiler  chicks you are receiving at your farm it will be Like this.

Example if 2000 chicks are arriving at your farm then you just divide by 4. Just divide by 4.

Number of chicks 2000 divided by 4 than only  500 square feet is the space required on the first day to 4-5 days.

Keep increasing the space regularly.

If you are planning to grow your all Commercial broiler birds more than 2 kg plus For all birds in extreme Summer.

 

Change the formula.  Now formula in Extreme Summer – Length of farm multiply by width example 100 feet long & 20 feet width .

2000 divided by 1.3 . Now You can rear 1538 birds maximum. This is for the winter season . & All birds planned more than 2 kg plus Body weight.

Otherwise Simply the below Figure can help you.

For 1 bird.

0-7 days-                     .25  Square Feet

7  -14     Days              .35  Square Feet

14 – 21    Days              .50   Square Feet

21 -28     Days               .80 Square Feet

28 -35      Days              1 Square Feet

35 -42      Days              1 -1.3 Square Feet

In extreme Hot ,Birds weight over 2 Kg and in Traditional Poultry Farms.

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But always remember this details is limited to commercial Broiler farming , not for backyard Poultry and its only to rear birds . Your Godown and other space for your sitting is extra.

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