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Detailed Technical Guide to Commercial Luggage Farming

Dui is a specialty of the mountains with delicious and attractive meat quality, the price of meat is up to 580,000 VND/kg. Although they rarely get sick and grow well, many farmers are “lost” due to lack of experience and basic care knowledge. This article, Argi.vn will provide rearing techniques The most methodical way to help farmers reduce risks and achieve high economic efficiency

  1. Breeding requirements

For those who raise bats for the first time, they should choose to buy small bats to raise. Because it is easy to adapt to weather conditions, it is convenient for people to take care of it. In addition, it also minimizes the risk (because the big tree is difficult to adapt, especially the forest tree, the price is expensive).

Choose a reputable address to buy varieties, need a full ranger certificate.

Should choose breeds of similar size that are convenient for care.

Breeds must be healthy, have smooth hair, are not deformed, eat well, eat a lot, be agile, run and jump well in the cage.

In addition, to choose male – female, people observe the genitals:

If it is a male, there will be 2 testicles similar to the testicles of a dog, without breasts.

If it is a female: there will be 2 rows of breasts on both sides of the pig’s breed.

The male pins must be the same size or larger than the female ones.

The selection of seed is very important because it determines the quality of the product
The selection of seed is very important because it determines the quality of the product
  1. Design of cages

General requirements for bat cages:

The hedgehog cage must be solid and firm, limiting light during the day because they do not like light and are often active at night. People can make cages half-light and half-dark.

The barn must be clean, dry, cool, and free from rain

The design of the cage should be chosen in a quiet location where other animals (dogs, cats, mice, snakes, etc.)

Cement floor is convenient for cleaning. The foundation has a slope of 1-2%, from 8 to 10cm thick so that they do not burrow.

The roof of the barn is made of leaves, it will be cooler for the herd

In addition, around the barn should be surrounded by B40 steel mesh to protect the nest and prevent theft.

In addition, people can also make artificial caves for the deer.

  1. Build a breeding barn

People divide the cage into each box of 50cm in width, 80-100cm in length, 70cm in height for 1 breeding bat. The cage must have a lid, inside the cage there is a 20cm diameter drain pipe, the number of pipes is equivalent to the number of sticks.

The design of the barn in the style of a traditional medicine cabinet is more convenient for care
The design of the barn in the style of a traditional medicine cabinet is more convenient for care

Build the cage into each cell with a lid, the area of ​​each cell (horizontal x length x height): 1 x 2 x 7 (m) to ensure that from 15 to 20 animals can be raised.

In addition, people can also refer to making a barn like a traditional medicine cabinet. Can use wood or square bricks to build.

This type of barn is suitable for small spaces. Many people at the beginning also make this type of cage to try, after seeing it suitable, they will build a large-scale cage.

The advantage of the traditional medicine cabinet is that it is easy to clean. However, the disadvantage is that it requires meticulous barn making techniques, which is quite time consuming.

  1. Food and rations

The main food of the bat:

Bats are rodents, they can eat many different foods, but mostly roots and tubers (bamboo shoots) of the family trees bamboo, cork, bamboo, sugar cane, elephant grass, tubers of cereals cup, cassava, potato they also eat some green vegetables such as water spinach, celery, shrubs.

Commercial farming can also add mixed concentrates, animal foods such as insects, snails, earthworms, and mineral supplements.

However, solid food is still required in the bat’s diet, the amount of soft food accounted for less because according to some studies, if given too much soft food, it will cause diarrhea.

Mosquitoes are rodents, so they can eat a variety of foods
Mosquitoes are rodents, so they can eat a variety of foods
  1. Prevention and treatment measures for some common diseases in guinea pigs

Ducks have good resistance, so they rarely get sick. However, in the process of raising, farmers must pay attention to some preventive measures as follows:

Clean the barn and clean the urine to avoid scabies.

The cage must be cool, not too hot, but also not too cold and wet.

Food sources must have clear origin and do not contain toxic substances. Fresh food, best preserved.

Some common diseases and their treatment:

The cause may be due to the consumption of stale, moldy food left in the barn, disrupting the digestive system.

In addition to cleaning up leftovers, people can mix Sulfatrim, Ganidan in water for them to drink or pump directly into their mouths.

The cause may be due to the herd fighting for food, biting each other causing injury or causing food to fall into the eyes, causing the eyes to become inflamed conjunctivitis and cornea.

People use Chloramphenicol 1% eye drops to drop sick animals, on average 2 times a day until completely cured.

  • Parasitic diseases of the skin

The reason is that the barn is not clean, causing many insects, bugs, mosquitoes, flies, ticks … to appear. They will attach and suck blood, causing the skin of the bat to get scabies, causing other infectious diseases.

You need to regularly observe and check to know if the condition is infected or not
You need to regularly observe and check to know if the condition is infected or not

Measures are cleaning, close to the barn, using lights to catch insects … In addition, if you detect ticks and fleas, use insecticides such as: Ivermectin injection or oral, dosage. equivalent use of cattle.

Emilia Chaney
Emilia Chaneyhttps://agrisearch.net
My name is Emilia Chaney. I'm a social girl from Romania with a big smile and 3 passions: Agriculture, Travel and Social Media. I try to make this blog practical, full of great advice and inspiring ideas.

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