The step egg cage is a type of egg cage equipment commonly used by farmers to raise laying hens in the past few years. The commonly used layers of ladder egg cages are three-tiered egg cages and four-layered egg cages. The specific application type depends on the size of the farmer’s house to determine
The stepped egg cage is three layers and four doors, each group is 187cm in length, each group spans 190-200cm, the unit number is 24, the unit length is 47cm, the unit depth is 37cm, the height in the table is 33/38cm, and the feeding amount is 96 pieces.
The ladder type egg cage is three layers and five doors, each group has a length of 195cm, each group spans 190-200cm, the unit number is 30, the unit length is 40cm, the unit depth is 37cm, the surface height is 33/38cm, and the feeding amount is 90 pieces.
The stepped egg cage is four layers and four doors, each group has a length of 187cm, each group has a span of 220cm, a unit number of 32, a unit length of 47cm, a unit depth of 37cm, a height of 33/38cm in the table, and a feeding amount of 128 pieces.
The stepped egg cage is four layers and five doors, each group has a length of 195cm, each group has a span of 220cm, a unit number of 40, a unit length of 40cm, a unit depth of 37cm, a table height of 33/38cm, and a feeding amount of 120.
The net and bottom net of the ladder egg cage are encrypted, which effectively avoids the phenomenon of chicken licking and anal, reduces the egg breaking rate and the fatigue syndrome of laying hens. The whole set of equipment uses hot-dip galvanizing process and has long service life; Q235 raw material The utility model has the advantages of large elasticity and difficulty in bending, and the bold structure of the front net wire of the chicken cage is firmer, the structure is reasonable, the energy consumption is low, the unique cage door design, the cage door space is larger, the position of the chicken feeding can be arbitrarily changed, and the solution is effectively solved. The chickens are crowded when eating, ensuring that the birds eat more evenly;