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Poultry Feed:

Poultry Feed  is food for farm poultry, including chickens, geese, ducks and other domestic birds.
Usually, it include many cereals like rice, wheat, maize, oat, barley and a few cereal byproducts such as rice polish or wheat bran, as well as animal and vegetable protein sources like meat meal, fish meal, soybean oil meal, groundnut cake, etc.

Some facts about Poultry Feed:

  • Feeds for poultry generally consist of grain, protein supplements such as soybean oil meal, mineral supplements, and vitamin supplements.
  • The quantity and the nutritional requirements of the feed, depend on the weight and age of the poultry, their rate of growth, their rate of egg production, the type of weather, and the amount of nutrition the poultry obtain from foraging which results in a wide variety of feed formulations.
  • Additional variations can be introduced with the substitution of less expensive local ingredients.
  • A sufficient amount of protein and carbohydrates, along with the necessary vitamins, dietary minerals, and an adequate supply of water is required for healthy poultry.
  • Lactose fermentation of feed can help in supplying vitamins and minerals to poultry.
  • Four grams per day of calcium is required by egg laying hens of which 2 grams are used in the egg.
  •  Oyster shells are most often used as a source of dietary calcium in poultry.
  • Grit, tiny rocks such as pieces of granite are used in the feed as it is required by certain diets.
  • Grit helps in digestion by grinding food as it passes through the gizzard.
  • Grit is not required if commercial feed is used.
  • Calcium iodate can be used as supplement of iodine.
  • The feed must be kept clean and dry as contaminated feed can infect poultry.
  • Fungal growth is encouraged by damp feed.
  • Mycotoxin poisoning is one of the most common and most under reported causes of toxicoses in poultry.
  • Various diseases can be avoided with proper maintenance of the feed and feeder.
  • Feed serves as the largest cost of the operation for commercial poultry farming.
  • The cost can be reduced and the scale of farming can be increased by automating the feeding process.

Essential Nutrient:

Water, protein , carbohydrates, Fats, vitamins and minerals are essential to life, growth, production and reproduction in all classes of poultry. 
Most of these essentials in the form of pasture, bugs and insects, gravel, grains and seeds, sunshine, etc. are provided by nature.
Full responsibility is on the attendant to supply these same requirements in some or another form and in adequate but not excessive amounts for indoor feeding of young or adult poultry.

Water:

Water is the most essential component that is responsible for proper growth of young poultry as birds can live longer without food than without water.
The growth of young poultry gets affected leading to low egg production and early moulting in the laying flock with lack of a consistent supply of fresh water.

Protein:

Although, protein is the most expensive feed material, but it is the one most likely to bring profitable results if properly used.
Milk, liver, fish scraps, meat or meat meal are protein from animal sources which is more effective in promoting growth and egg production, than protein from most vegetable sources.
Grains alone is a kind of protein if used as poultry feed will be entirely inadequate in amount.
Protein fed in excess amount has a forcing effect which may be detrimental to poultry of any age.

Carbohydrates:

Carbohydrates are found in grains and grain products as starchy materials.
There will be ack for carbohydrates in a starved flock.
Fuel and energy is supplied by carbohydrates.
The excess of carbohydrates is going to form fat in the body or egg.

Fats.

Some fat is usually present in practically all feed materials.
An excess of fat from fish oil or meat and fish products can cause digestive upset in birds, and lead to some disorders such as fatty degeneration and 'crazy chick disease'.

Vitamins:

Any vitamin deficiencies in the rations of young poultry is revealed by the naturally speedy growth of them.
Hatching of eggs is an imporant test of the vitamin content of a breeder diet.
Vitamin A from green feed, yellow corn and fish oils can help protect against cold and infection.
Vitamin D found in marine fish oils and synthetic products, or formed in body when exposed to ultra-violet rays of sun helps in laying down of mineral in shell or bone, and in preventing leg weakness and rickets.
Riboflavin is a vitamin that is found in milk, liver, yeast, green feed, synthetic riboflavin, etc.is one of the most important factors in hatchability as it promote the growth of chicks and poults, both in the egg and after hatching.
Nutritional or curled-toe paralysis in young chicks can be prevented by providing Riboflavin in an adequate amount.

Minerals:

Most of the egg shell are formed by calcium carbonate in the presence of Vitamin D. Calcium carbonate  can be derived from limestone or gravel, clam or oyster shells, bone, etc.
The major part of bone is formed by calcium and phosphorous.
However, excess phosphorous from bone materials can contribute to immobilization of the manganese in the diet, leading to crooked bones and slipped tendons in chicks and poults.
Some essential minerals are supplied by salt.
Small amounts of certain highly important minerals are present in green feed.

Feeds:

Wheat:

Although a proportion of course grains in some form should always be included in the ration, along with wheat, it is one of the best grains for poultry feeding.
More of wheat should be ground and fed in mashes and less in the scratch feed in seasons of rust or frost, when wheat is shrunken.
Either Durum wheat or hard spring can be used.
Wheat can be used as a replacement of maize as a source of energy.

Wheat bran: 

Wheat bran is bulky and quite laxative because of its high fibre, manganese and phosphorus content.

Pearl millet: 

Pearl millet is a very useful feedstuff, which is similar to wheat in its nutritive value.

Rice: 

Broken grains of rice can be used as a replacement of maize.

Rice polish: 

Rice polish is a very good substitute for cereal grains and can be used up to 50 per cent of the ration. 
It is likely to become rancid on storage under warm conditions because of the high oil content.

Deoiled rice polish:

Deoiled rice polish is rich in protein and ash content.
However, the energy content of deoiled rice polish is low because of the removal of fat.

Sorghum:

Sorghum has a higher protein content, quite palatable and can be used in place of maize.
Sorghum-meal is a good source of some amino acids, as the nutritional value of sorghum is similar to that of maize.
These are costlier than other oilcakes.

Groundnut cake:

Groundnut cake is quite palatable and is widely used as a source of protein in poultry rations as it contains about 40 per cent protein .


Oats:

Oat is not very palatable because of its high fibre content and the amount of oats vary considerably in feeding value, due to difference in hull.
Oats can be fed whole as part of a scratch feed, or in mashes in the rolled, crushed or finely ground form.
You can sift out the hulls if it is light.
Poor quality oats is of little use for poultry feed as these frequently have so much hull .
It should not be given more than 20 per cent in the ration.
I may help in preventing hock disorders, feather pulling and cannibalism because of its manganese content.

Barley:

Barley can be used as part of the scratch feed and in mashes in crushed, rolled, or finely ground form as it is not quite as palatable as wheat or oats because of its high fibre content.
It should not constitute more than 15 per cent of the ration.
More can fed in the different forms in seasons when these two grains are of poor quality.
Soiled or soaked barley can offer very good results. 

Maize:

Maize is used as a source of energy as it is highly digestible and contains very little fibre.
It is low in protein, especially lysine, and sulphur containing amino acids.
The yellow varietiesof maize are a good source of vitamin A and xanthophyll. 
Xanthophyll is responsible for the yellow skin in certain breeds of fowl.

Corn:

Corn is a very essential and desirable grain that can be fed whole, cracked or ground.
Ripe corn on the cob can be fed to hens and turkeys where as shelled corn can be used with other grains as scratch feed.
Corn chop can be included in any of the dry mash rations of poultry.
The corn should be mixed with the other chop in the mash immediately after grinding, if not thoroughly dried.

Millet:

Millet can be used to good advantage in growing, laying, and fattening rations.
One-third of the whole grain fed, and up to one-third of the chop mixture in dry mashes can be compromized by using either proso or hog millet.

Rye:

Rye can be fed in limited quantities as a scratch feed or in mashes along with two or more of the other grains.
Rye is likely to cause digestive disorders in large quantities as it is not as palatable as wheat, oats or barley.

Flax:

Flax can be fed in the whole or ground form in mashes during the moulting season and fall and winter months. 
Flax should be fed in a small amount as it is high in protein and fat.

By-products of Grain:

By-products of grain such as wheat middlings, oat flour, oat middlings, shorts, bran, barley meal and oat feed) can also be used in poultry feeding, especially where feed must be bought.
These should be fed for a specific purpose if used as these ma be expensive than the whole grain.
Such bran, shorts or middlings can be used in growing and laying rations, and oat flour, oat middlings, oat feed, or barley meal can be used in fattening rations

Skim milk and Buttermilk:

Although, skim milk and buttermilk are excellent for all classes of poultry but especially valuable for young chicks, laying hens and fattening birds.
The vitamin riboflavin is supplied by milk which is indispensable to high hatching quality in eggs.
Milk undoubtedly is an excellent source of desirable protein supplement.

Concentrates and Balancers:

Concentrates and Balancers are prepared supplements by feed companies which should be added to home grown chopped grains in proportions recommended by the manufacturers.

Fish Oils and Fish meal:

Fish-meal is one of the best poultry feedstuffs as it is a source of animal protein.
The composition fish meal varies widely depending upon whether it is made from whole bony fish or fish cannery scraps. 
Most Indian fish-meals contain 45 to 55 percent of protein. 
The feeding value is reduced by the presence of fish scales.
Fish Oils such as cod liver oil, pilchard oil, etc. are used in chick rations, in winter laying rations and in rations for producing eggs for hatching.
These are used as a source of Vitamins A and D when direct sunshine and the supply of green pasture is limited or lacking. 
There should be 1,250 units or more of Vitamin A, and 200 A.O.A.C. units or more of Vitamin D, per gram in standard fish oils for poultry.
The fish oil should be mixed first with a small quantity of ground wheat if fed in dry mash.


Rations for Poultry:

  • A diet rich in protein and certain vitamins, with a carefully balanced mineral content is required for young chicks.
  • Tender green pasture should be provide throughout the growing period.
  • The amount of mash and grain consumed can be reduced by using pasture which allows to use a cheap and simple growing ration.
  • Fresh clean drinking water should be provided at all times, or as soon as the daily amount of milk is consumed.
  • The riboflavin content of the feed must be greatly increased to obtain high hatchability as a ration that is suitable for egg production, is not necessarily satisfactory for the breeding flock.
  • Riboflavin is provided in milk, or specially prepared commercial breeder concentrates or balancers. 
  • Flesh is produced during the growing season, and it is difficult to regain if lost through improper or insufficient feeding.
  • Therefore, market poultry should be well fed all summer.

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