Laying Hen Feed (16.50% Crude Protein – 2750 Kcal Metabolizable Energy/kg)
Laying Hen Feed is a concentrate poultry feed, which provides protein, energy, and other nutrients at optimum levels for laying hens from 19 weeks of age until the end of the laying period.
Raw Materials Used for the Production of Laying Hen Feed
Laying Hen Feed is manufactured from corn, barley, soybean meal (46% crude protein), sunflower meal (36% crude protein – dehulled), dried distillers grain with solubles (DDGS), and full-fat soybean.
Raw Materials NOT Used for the Production of Laying Hen Feed
Urea (NPN), ammonium sulphate (NPN), sunflower hulls, sunflower meal (28% crude protein), animal byproducts, all the food industry wastes (biscuits, pastry, chocolates, chips, nuts, etc.) are not used in the manufacturing of Manav Yem products.
Advantages of Use
Laying Hens fed with Laying Hen Feed produces large and quality eggs by providing balanced energy, protein and amino acids (essential) content.
Laying Hen Feed contains quality and delicious raw materials, which provide a nice aroma and flavor and is willingly consumed by laying hens.
Broiler Chicken Feed is manufactured from quality raw materials with high digestibility to enhance feed conversion efficiency in laying hens.
Laying hen Feed with a quality premix of vitamins and minerals supports the immune system, thereby improves animal health and growth performance and provides protection against diseases.
The inclusion of the premix of vitamins and minerals improves egg quality (shell thickness, albumen color) and extends shelf life.
Laying Hen Feed is manufactured in pelleted or granule form, which is easy to use, reduces feed scattering and wastage.
Due to its physical structure, mixing or sieving is not required for Laying Hen Feed.
Depending on the seasonal conditions, suitable raw materials are used for the manufacturing of Laying Hen Feed.
Recommendations for Use
Laying Hen Feed is used for the feeding of hens in egg-producing poultry farms.
Laying Hen Feed is also preferred by individual producers, who are interested in egg production.
Laying Hen Feed should be available fresh; on the other hand, stale or contaminated feeds should not be left in the feeders.
Laying hens should have free access to clean and freshwater.
Laying Hen Feed should be stored in cool and ventilated storages to prevent microbial activity and toxin production.