FAQ

  • Straw feed refers to the stalks and leaves of corn, soybean, sorghum and other crops that are mature and harvested, but many straws are burned or buried in the field during the harvesting season, causing great unnecessary waste.
    Reasonable and refined. Under normal circumstances, straw feed has low net energy and large volume. Single feeding cannot meet the nutritional needs of poultry and livestock. It must be mixed with a certain amount of cornmeal, cakes, soybean meal and other concentrates. If necessary, add vitamins and trace element additives. Waiting for the best.
    Adjust feeding at the right time, avoid single. When feeding straw livestock to poultry and livestock, do not feed a single straw for a long time. This is because straw, wheat straw, etc. contain relatively few crude protein, calcium, phosphorus, etc., and should be combined with legumes containing more protein and calcium. The straw-like mixed feeding, on the one hand, meets the nutritional needs, promotes the gastrointestinal motility of the livestock, and on the other hand reduces the incidence of digestive diseases.
    The green is evenly matched and the nutrition can be prepared. Relatively speaking, the straw feed contains little vitamins and phosphorus, while the green and juicy germinated feed has a high content. Therefore, when feeding poultry and livestock, try to mix appropriate amount of cabbage, radish, carrot and other green feed. To supplement the necessary nutritional health needs of livestock and promote their rapid growth.

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