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How To Raise Broilers Broilers are relatively an inexpensive animal to raise Broiler meat will always be a mainstay on Americas menu They are very easy to raise and require very little work to keep them healthy and strong When you see how easy it is to raise Broilers you will want to do it for a very long time When you are first thinking about buying broilers you need to consider a few things You should have plenty of space for them As they grow larger there should be a larger area for them to roam free When they are first born you need to have a space four-foot by four foot for each 25 broilers After about one month they need to be moved to a place about 11 foot by 11 foot About two days before you are going to purchase your broilers you should have their area pre-heated to a temperature of about 90 degrees Fahrenheit Their bedding should be sawdust this helps in clean up and also helps their feet and toes to develop better Before purchasing your broilers you should investigate the producers where you are planning to acquire them Some factors you should consider is where were the chicks hatched at have there been any outbreaks of diseases where the eggs are collected The company should have a very good record and should have a good live-to-cull ratio The producers where you purchase your broilers from should also provide you with a list of the medications they were given at the time of their birth When the broilers are in their first few weeks in life they are very susceptible to death and diseases When they are in the pin that you have constructed there is one factor you should consider heavily While in the pin the broilers can die very easily from heat exhaustion and the cold If the broilers are huddled
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