There are many kinds of pig feed, which can be divided into additive premix, concentrated feed, full price feed and mixture according to different sources and ingredients. As one of the common feed types, the types and brands of concentrated feed are also very many. If you want to buy good feed, you need to learn to identify the true and false feed. Therefore, the following pig feed manufacturers ask you to quickly distinguish the quality of concentrated feed.
When people want to distinguish the quality of feed first, they can twist the concentrated feed of livestock and poultry with their fingers, feel the size, hardness and viscosity of feed particles by touching, and the effect of concentrated feed for pigs can also be used to judge the quality of feed.
Of course, you can also put a little concentrated feed of livestock and poultry into your mouth and lick it. The high-quality feed tastes good, while the inferior feed smells strange because of the selection of materials.
After that, we can also check whether the concentrated feed of livestock and poultry has mildew, putrefaction, ammonia smell, burnt smell, etc. if so, we can identify it as poor quality feed.
Concentrated feed is a kind of feed made by mixing various protein raw materials (such as fish meal and soybean meal) with certain proportion of additives according to the feeding standards of livestock and poultry. The protein content in the concentrate is more than 35%, and the contents of various essential amino acids, vitamins and inorganic salts are sufficient, so it is not necessary to add them. Some farmers have their own corn, rice, wheat and other feed raw materials, according to the needs of different growth stages of livestock and poultry to choose different concentrated feed, to prepare different series of full price feed.
The proportion of concentrated feed in livestock and poultry diets varies according to its nutritional content, generally speaking, it can account for 25-40%. The proportion of the diet for young poultry or young animals is: corn 60%, wheat bran 5%, concentrate 35%. The ratio of corn, wheat bran and concentrate was 65%, 10% and 25%, respectively. During the fattening period, livestock and poultry are mainly fed with high energy and low protein feed, and pigs are wholesale with concentrated feed. Therefore, as long as farmers add appropriate amount of concentrated feed to energy feed, they can achieve good feeding effect. The concentrate is easy to use and suitable for small farms and farmers.