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Archive for May, 2017

Veterinary medicine students, faculty of agricultural sciences, Antioquia University, Medellin, Colombia. March 2012. Summary. In recent years, extensive animal farming systems have been implemented, in this case egg production from grassland birds, which has given rise to a lot of unease among farmers as to whether these systems are financially viable or not. For that […]

This article offers advice about grassland poultry farming and was produced by the Department of Animal Sciences, the Florida Cooperative Extension Service, the Florida University Institute of Food Sciences and Agriculture. There are various important points for a small and medium-scale poultry farmers to consider when thinking about grassland poultry production as an alternative to […]

Varieties of Layer Hens Rhode Island Red hens are the well-known layers of the “colored” eggs that can be found all over the world. This variety is originally from Ancient China and was established as a breed in Little Compton, in the state of Rhode Island, United States, at the beginning of the 19th century, […]

Housing structures for animals: Pasture for birds Grassland chicken rearing is commonly used in large, extensive production, small farms and medium-sized producers. It consists of gathering eggs from hens which are allowed to graze freely as well as having a hut or hen house. Grassland chicken rearing is commonly used in large, extensive production, small […]

Crop net, overcoming the traditional “on ground” cultivation

Crop net is used as a tutoring net for vegetables and flowers. It substitutes the traditional method of cultivating “on ground” and the inefficient raffia based supporting technique. Crop net both in vertical and horizontal installations, permits a neater arrangement of the plant canopy and a more uniform exposure to solar light of the fruits. […]