HOW TO MAKE LAYERS TO DROP EGG AT 18 WEEKS (FEED INTAKE OF LAYER/BIRD/DAY)

Today’s egg producers are facing challenges in this changing industry. For producers looking to transition to a cage free system, they will need the right Nutrient and feed to make the change smooth and successful.
For those people new in the poultry production. To achieve early Egg production in your layers, Your bird needs to attain 285-300g, within 4 weeks. feed intake require by the Layers from week 1-16 weeks.

Week 1 – 11 gram for 7days

Week 2- 17 gram for 7 days

Week 3- 25 gram for 7 days (Expected weight of chick 200- 210 gram)

Week 4- 33 gram for 7 days (Expected weight of chick 285-300gram)

Week 5- 39 gram for 7 days (Expected weight of chick 380-400 gram).

Week 6- 44 gram/day for 7 days ( Expected weight of chick 470- 500gram)

Week 7- 48 gram /day for 7 days (Expected weight of chick 560- 600gram)

Week 8 – 52 gram / day for 7 days (Expected weight of chick 650- 690 gram)

Week 9- 56 gram /day for 7 days (Expected weight of chick 740- 780 gram)

Week 10- 60 gram / day for 7 days (Expected weight of chick 830- 870 gram)

Week 11- 65 gram / day for 7 days (Expected weight of chick 920- 960 gram)

Week 12- 68 gram/ day for 7 days (Expected weight of chick 1010- 1050 gram).

Week 13 – 71 gram / day for 7 days (Expected weight of chick 1100- 1140 gram).

Week 14 – 74 gram / day for 7 days (Expected weight of chick 1185- 1230gram)

Week 15 – 77 gram/ day for 7 days (Expected weight of chick 1270- 1320gram).

Week 16 – 80 gram / day for 7 days (Expected weight of chick 1355-1410 gram).

Week 17 – 83 gram / day for 7 days (Expected weight of chick 1140- 1500 gram).
To achieve this weight, u need to formulate feed for your birds to meet the target weight or buy quality Feed for your layers.

Aboderin Ayobami Toheeb

2 Responses to “HOW TO MAKE LAYERS TO DROP EGG AT 18 WEEKS (FEED INTAKE OF LAYER/BIRD/DAY)”

  1. Comrade Sonde Oluwafemi

    Dear team,

    Kindly suggest good quality feed brand that you know

    Your Swift response will be highly appreciated.

    Regards

    Reply
    • DocPol Team

      A lot of feeds are good. always check the manufacturing dates. the problem is that feeds that have stayed long tend to lose their nutritional value
      i recommend hybrid, chikun, animal care etc

      Reply

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