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How to... Take a representative feed sample on farm using a sampling spur by Aviagen

by 5m Editor
24 January 2019, at 12:00a.m.

The Broiler How To series provides practical, hands-on, step-by-step advice on key management topics for broilers.

Nutrition represents the largest cost in poultry production. Delivered feed which is of lower than expected quality will have a negative effect on flock performance. Taking a feed sample will provide the farm with information on the feed being given to the birds (physical quality / nutrient content). If required this can be used for future analysis and investigation.

Monitor and act

If there is a concern that physical quality or nutrient levels of the feed are below specifications and impact bird performance, laboratory analyses are required. Discuss analyses and results with your local nutritionist.

Aviagen Boiler How Tos:

This information is taken from Broiler "How to 7... Take a representative feed sample on farm using a sampling spur."

The Broiler How To series provides practical, hands-on, step-by-step advice on key management topics for broilers.

  1. How to set up a spot brooding circle
  2. How to set up whole-house brooding
  3. How to monitor temperature and relative humidity (RH)
  4. How to assess crop fill
  5. How to bulk weigh broilers between 0 and 21 days onwards
  6. How to individually weigh broilers from 21-28 days onwards
  7. How to take a representative feed sample on farm using a sampling spur

Please visit www.aviagen.com or contact your local representative to get copies of the Broiler How To documents or to obtain further information.