Feeding worms Cinnamon as a food for poultry - A model of clean farming

: Thursday - 08/12/2016 22:20  |  Viewed: 356
Le Quang Huy's family (village 1, Ea Kao commune, Buon Ma Thuot city) has been raising cinnamon for more than 10 years. This model is considered to be beneficial in many aspects such as treating agricultural waste into organic fertilizer, providing food rich nutrients for livestock, creating clean agricultural products with The quality is higher than other methods of animal husbandry.

In order to implement the model, Mr. Huy made use of old boards and planks to set up a small worm farm. Wrappers are also made of old boards or take advantage of foam boxes. Above the container covered with old cloths, show the item, just to cover this cover up have encountered right worms as a sewing needle, silver in color. With sudden light, the worms flicker right down to the stool - the food is also their habitat. Mrs. Le Thi Nga (Huy's wife) said that the daily food of the worms is fresh cow dung in water. Every day, she feeds the worms once in the morning. In addition, she regularly water to keep the habitat of the worms moist.

Mrs. Le Thi Nga is taking care of the worms.

With the original intention of creating more food for herds of chickens, chickens and eels, he bought worms from a farm in Dong Nai. Worm farming is extremely simple and convenient. "Just feeding and keeping it moist enough to keep the worms breeding is just as fast as breeding. From 20 to 30 days it was possible to split the biomass tank to form new worm tanks. Feed for worms is also very diverse and easy to find, including organic substances such as vegetable residues, vegetable bark, tubers (except bitter, sour or toxic); Animal excrements such as cows, pigs, goats, rabbits, industrial chickens ... Just be aware that organic residues and chicken manure and manure should be composted to avoid heat generation during decomposition. " As the number of worms grew, Huy proceeded to harvest chicken and feed. However, after eating worms, some chickens died. He quickly learned that the worms contain a lot of protein, chicken and worms eat too many worms causing the phenomenon of multiple deaths. After referring to the experience of some other local producers, he reduced the amount of worms for chickens, fed each meal and changed the way they were fed. In this way, chickens and shrimps from 10 days or more feed on worms and feed only in the morning. The amount of worms mixed in food only accounts for about 10% of the amount of food supplied each day.

Thanks to fresh protein from worms, chickens and ducks grow as fast as blowing, less disease. Mr. Huy also reduced costs because no need to buy more synthetic feed. The quality of the meat is much better than that of a conventional one. Many good neighbors in the area came to visit Mr. Huy's model and suggested to buy breeding worms; Most fish, eel, frog households. Seeing the demand for high worms, the land area of ​​the family was small, not suitable for expanding chicken production, so he stopped raising chickens, and only focused on raising worms to provide for the breeding. Family needs. With the current price of cinnamon worms is 20,000 VND / kg, every month, Mr. Huy's family collected 3 - 4 million.

The most important thing in raising the worms is to avoid ants, frogs, frogs, mice ... So it is important to close the worm case. The base is oiled to avoid penetrating ants. During feeding, it is also important to regularly check for flea-shrouded covers, to avoid worms.

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