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Tex Biosciences is a leading Animal Feed Additives manufacturers for Poultry, Piggery and Aqua market. We are featured in manufacturing the finest animal feed enzymes and probiotics which heals proteins in animal supplements.
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Written by: Dr. Jacquie Jacob, University of Kentucky All animals need to receive a nutritious diet in order to maintain good health and...
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What can chickens eat and when should you supply grower feed for chickens?
Feeding Backyard Chickens: 5 Mistakes to Avoid - Backyard Poultry Nutritional deficiencies are a relatively rare problem for a flock of backyard chickens, ducks or other poultry. Of greater nutritional concern are the following five easily avoidable mistakes commonly made in feeding poultry. 1. Inadequate Water The most important thing to remember about what to feed chickens is water, and water deprivation is a serious matter.
What's the Best Chicken Coop Light? - Backyard Poultry Add to Favorites When we supplement light to our chickens in winter, does it matter what type of bulb we use? Between incandescent, fluorescent, and LED bulbs, there are benefits and drawbacks to each chicken coop light, but do the chickens have a preference? How should that light be set up?
Thin Eggshells Are More Likely to Let Bacteria In - Backyard Poultry Add to Favorites Sunny side up, over easy or hard boiled? Think about the last time you made eggs. Did the shell break in a crisp, perfect line or was the crack more of a crumble and shatter? If it was the first, your eggshells are strong and protective.
Chicken Supplements | Community Chickens At the minimum, a well balanced, age-appropriate chicken feed will provide a complete source of nutrition for your flock. I say "age-appropriate," because chickens need different levels of protein at different ages. For example, chicks and young chickens need higher protein levels as they grow than adult birds.
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