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Some introduction about battery cage


Trough of hot galvanized plate material, wear rust. Grille is made ​​of cold-drawn steel wire galvanized, grid spacing uniform, chicken bits width 44 mm, can also be customized according to the user. Stand high nylon material, durable rust.
Stent-chain feeding system, conveyor speed of 36m/min feed to ensure uniformity, fast and reliable delivery to the entire house, feed capacity of 0.7 to 1.5 kg / m
Product Name: 9LCDd-4200 overlapping caged hens
equipment Scope: goods on behalf of laying hens
Device configuration: cages, the first aircraft, tailstock, automatic feeding system, automatic egg collection system, automatic manure removal system, nipple drinking system Features:
1 package of equipment with hot-dip zinc technology, corrosion resistance, long life;
2 high feeding density, small footprint, saving land, high degree of intensification, good economic returns;
3 with automatic feeding, egg collection, water and manure removal systems, saving manpower, improve labor productivity;
4 save feed, hens will reduce emergency response, water conservation, broken egg rate, reducing the faecal contamination of the environment;
5. Applicable to various types of sheds (open, semi-open and closed).
In farms using cages for egg production, there are more birds per unit area; this allows for greater productivity and lower food costs. Floor space ranges upwards from 300 cm2 per hen. EU standards in 2003 called for at least 550 cm2 per hen. In the US, the current recommendation by the United Egg Producers is 67 to 86 in2 (430 to 560 cm2) per bird. The space available to battery hens has often been described as less than the size of a piece of A4 paper. Animal welfare scientists have been critical of battery cages because they do not provide hens with sufficient space to stand, walk, flap their wings, perch, or make a nest, and it is widely considered that hens suffer through boredom and frustration through being unable to perform these behaviours. This can lead to a wide range of abnormal behaviours, some of which are injurious to the hens or their cagemates.


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