Large Scale Fully Autoamtic Layer Cage System Located in South of China of YunNan Province of 80000 layersx5 houses has finished installation, which come into equipment adjustment before put into operation.
The client inspect the equipment and test the operation of the whole system, everything is under great condition and ready for layer chicken put into the farm.
Since 2019, the demand of large scale layer farm is on the upward tendency, we expect in the next five years, or even longer, the proportion of large-scale layer breeding companies will increase substantially. Why is this happening?
The possible reason is :
Environmental protection policies; 2. Food safety; 3. Investment costs; 4. Changes in the rural population structure;
First: The implementation of environmental protection policies: In recent years, the implementation of environmental protection policies has also had a certain impact in the laying hen breeding industry, especially in the economically developed areas of the central and southern regions. The deepening of environmental protection policies has prohibited and restricted breeding in some areas. To a certain extent, a part of the stock of laying hens has been removed. This part of the stock is mostly small or moderately scaled (the current moderately scaled households are basically small), medium and large chicken farms, Rarely are limited or forbidden!
Second: Food safety. This is a red line for all chicken friends. In the past, laying hen farming was invisible in the background. As the country attaches importance to food safety and strict supervision, the backstage has changed to the front office and displayed in front of everyone. Faced with monitoring at any time. In recent years, there have been media reports from time to time that certain eggs were not up to standard and the farms were punished.
Food safety is a red line and must be achieved. For more small retail households, the chicken house conditions are average, and the external climate change has a greater impact on the internal environment of the chicken house. In addition, most traditional old breeding areas have high breeding density around the chicken house. Some farmers’ concepts and technologies have been updated slowly, leading to large changes in the climate during the beginning of spring or autumn, which are likely to cause diseases, especially some infectious diseases that spread to the surrounding area. The final treatment of the epidemic still has to rely on drugs, which is contrary to non-resistance.
For more medium and large-scale farms and closed chicken coops, the internal management and environmental control of the chicken coops will be relatively unaffected by the direct impact of external climate change, which is conducive to reducing the risk of disease and reducing the risk of drugs. Probability of use!
Third: investment cost. In recent years, layer breeding equipment has been continuously updated and more advanced. With this, the investment cost has increased year by year. According to the current medium and large-scale investment costs, one chicken The investment is generally more than one hundred yuan, which is not affordable for ordinary small farms.
Third is the investment cost. According to the construction data of moderately large-scale breeding farms based on economic chicken houses, from the construction of new chicken farms to the installation of chickens to the balance of income and expenditures of about 160 days, the investment of a laying hen will not be less than $20, layer breeding is no longer an industry that ordinary farmers can do. The entire livestock industry is facing this problem!
Why use more advanced equipment? On the one hand, for more medium and large enterprises, it is for the future layout. When all the farms are on the same starting line and the scale is similar to the equipment, then the products can compete equally, but when The balance is broken, and some people have both hardware and software up there, and the competition will be out of balance. On the other hand, the labor cost is a big one, and workers are getting harder and harder to recruit. They can only use equipment, let the equipment raise chickens, and people manage the equipment, reducing the demand for and dependence on labor.
Forth: Changes in the rural population structure. With the rapid growth of the domestic economy and the advancement of urbanization in the past few years, the economically developed areas in the central and southern regions are okay. The rural population is relatively large, but in more remote areas, the rural left-behind population is increasing. Few, especially the young and middle-aged population, resources such as migrant workers, medical treatment, employment, education, and elderly care, have gradually concentrated in economically developed cities. Many young people have merged into the city with employment, settled in rural homes, and become childhood memories of this generation. !
This generation of moderately large-scale farm workers, who have been employed for more than 10 years, generally have an average age of over 50. The construction layout of chicken coops is relatively simple and economical. After up to 10 years, they generally face the problems of succession and house renovation and expansion. The next generation who enter the city are seldom willing to return to the countryside to engage in aquaculture, and will further reduce the number of small scattered or moderately large-scale layer breeding groups!