How to lay eggs

First of all, we must raise the embarrassment of the year, and pay attention to individuals who are strong and have no disease or appetite. The life span of the pupa is generally two years. The hatching female quail eggs begin to lay eggs 35 days to 45 days. After the eggs are laid for 8 months to 10 months, the egg production drops. Therefore, pupa that have been raised for more than one year should be eliminated early.
Second, after the mother quail starts to lay eggs, her appetite is strong and she must supply enough quality feed. Crude protein should generally account for about 28% of feed. More than 300 eggs are produced in a year and a large amount of calcium and phosphorus are consumed. Attention should be paid to the supplemental supply of calcium and phosphorus in the diet. Therefore, formula feed should be fed, and as little or no grain as possible should be fed. For: corn 48%, cake 33%, light fish meal 6%, hay powder 5%, shell powder 5%, bone meal 3%, a variety of vitamin additives 0.3%.
Secondly, egg laying mother cubs have certain requirements on temperature and humidity. For example, if the ambient temperature is lower than 15°C, the egg production will obviously decrease, and even the production of eggs will be stopped. The proper temperature should be kept below 18°C ​​and below 25°C. High and low should be adjusted in time. The appropriate indoor humidity should be controlled between 50% and 60%, and the supply of clean drinking water and chopped green and juicy feed should be maintained. At the same time, the light has a great influence on the egg production of the mother quail. There must be 15 hours of light in 24 hours a day. It is best to use light to supplement red light.

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