Pig farming with nine strokes can not afford the summer

During the summer, the pigs are warm-blooded animals. The pigs are thick and the sweat glands are underdeveloped. Therefore, the pigs can easily fall out of heat, stagnation, and even death from heat stroke in order to resist heat. Therefore, raising pigs in summer must be stepped up to prevent heatstroke, ensure the safety of live pigs over the summer, and increase the efficiency of raising pigs. To scaffold shade. Most of the pigs in rural areas are open-type pig houses. They should be sheltered by a temporary pergola to prevent direct sunlight. You can also build sheds around the house or plant vines such as grapes and squashes so that the vines can be covered in pergola shade. Adjust the diet structure. During the midsummer period, the energy feed in the diet should be relatively reduced and the green feed can be increased. Normal energy feed is 50% to 70% of the diet, summer is 40% to 50%, and green feed is increased from 0.5 to 1 kg to 1 to 1.5 kg. The feed should be fresh and free from mildew. Feeding pigs at night. Feeding time can be carried out at 7 PM, 11 PM, and 4 AM. Feeding 3 times a night, feeding 0.5% salt water and green and blue succulent feeds at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Feeding reasonable, to meet the needs, about 50 kg of pigs, the same increase in daily gain of 0.5 to 0.75 kg. Provide enough clean drinking water. Water is the best solvent and transportation tool for all kinds of nutrients. Excluding waste in the body also works through water. Pig water accounts for 1/3 to 1/2 of the weight, and summer pigs drink 23.8% of their own water. Drink 0.5% saline to regulate body temperature. To reduce the temperature inside the house. Cooling water can be used to cool the floor and walls of the ring. There are tap water pipes in the tap water condition. Rinse several times a day. Tap water without ground water is used to reduce the temperature. Use water to cool the pig. (1) Wash the pig body with spray or shower 2 to 4 times a day to help the pig to cool. (2) The water from the first well is of low temperature and can be sun-dried for a while. The water can be used to rinse the pig body, which can not only cool the heat but also make the pig body clean and sanitary. (3) When rinsing pigs with water, they should be arranged before feeding and cannot be washed within 30 minutes after feeding. Do not use water to suddenly flush the pig's head to prevent the pig's head from contracting and shocking. Take a bath to cool down. Dig a shallow pond in the corner of the pig house and pour clear water so that the pigs can soak in the pool at any time to promote body heat. If the circle is small and unconditionally digging the pool, you can dig the pool nearby. After a certain period of time in the afternoon, let the pig out and allow the pig to stand up and soak for 10 to 20 minutes. Feed heatstroke. (1) Vinegar or sauerkraut juice. Each time can be taken orally, depending on the size of the pig increase or decrease. (2) White lentils. White lentils have the effect of relieving heat and stimulating the stomach, and can use 20-50 grams according to the weight of the pig. (3) mung bean soup. Take the amount of green Beans, add water 20 times until the skin is rotten, cool, drink soup to eat beans. (4) Add the water to fry the soup with plants of plantain and light bamboo leaves and feed the pig with the same feed. (5) watermelon rind. 2000 grams of fresh watermelon rind, smashed and mixed with 100 grams of sugar, every other day. Do a good job in pig and pig house hygiene. The piggery should open all ventilation holes so that the pig body is cool and comfortable. The hygiene sand can be laid in the house and is 3 to 5 centimeters thick. The heat is dissipated through the contact between the pig body and the sand. Disinfect the wall and floor with 20% lime milk daily, disinfect all the feedstuffs with 3% stone carbonate solution.


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