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The Kienyeji housing guide is a practical manual on how you can construct a chicken house. It includes information such as the right materials to use when constructing the house, the dimensions to use when constructing the chicken house as well as the costing for the kienyeji house. There are details on the right location to choose, the elevation as well as the positioning of the house. For additional information, you can order your Comprehensive Kienyeji Chicken Farming Guide Here
THE KIENYEJI HOUSING MANUAL: LEARN HOW TO BUILD A KIENYEJI CHICKEN HOUSE
Building a good kienyeji chicken house with the right design and appropriate space to accommodate your chicks doesn’t have to be difficult. Building the right chicken house design is the first step towards a profitable Kienyeji chicken farming. This is especially important if you are going to commercialize your Kienyeji farming venture and you need to protect your flock from both the thieves and the predators.
By building a proper Kienyeji house, you will be able to provide an environment for healthy and happy birds and this will in turn lead to better yields as well as lower rates for disease in your poultry flock.
Building a good chicken housing or chicken coop is not an easy process. There are some specifications and as well considerations that you need to follow when building the Kienyeji house. A good kienyeji chicken house or coop should include the following:-
- Make sure it is predator proof on all sides of the house and also above.
- Secure it from rodents such as rats that are generally attracted to feed on the chickens’ droppings.
- Make sure it is breezy. This will protect the chickens from the respiratory diseases to which your chicks will be especially prone. However, it should not be too drafty where the cold air is moving through and making the chicks or hens uncomfortable especially during the cold seasons that their tushes or teeth are frozen off. Your chickens may withstand a little cold but not draught.
- Make it easy clean to prevent the bacteria and bugs from festering.
- Ensure that you have provided the “roosting poles” on which the chickens will sleep. These should be 2” wide and with rounded edges. It is advisable to allot spaces of 5-10” for every bird side to side as well as 1-“ between these poles in case you need more than one pole. You should also include ladder like grading to ensure that the poles are several inches apart. Birds generally like spending their time sitting in these positions and it prevents anti-social behaviors amongst your birds.
- Put in nest boxes in the coops in order to encourage egg laying amongst the birds. There should be one nest box for every four to five chickens.
- Make sure it is roomy: It should be roomy enough to accommodate at least 4 square feet for every birds where you are allowing your birds to roam freely. In case you keep the birds in spaces which are permanently confined, allow at least 10 square feet per bird.
- Add feeders and drinkers on the surface. These should be hang 6-8” off the ground surface.
- There should be a removable “droppings tray” which is placed under the roosting poles or perches in order to enable you to easily capture and dispose of the birds’ droppings.
- If you have attached a chicken run, the sides should be buried 12” deep into the soil so that you can keep the rodents and various predators from digging into the chicken house.
- If you set the house amongst the tall trees, you will also be protecting your chicks from aerial attacks by hawks.
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