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Final profession dvm internship report

  1. 1. FINAL PROFESSION DVM INTERNSHIP REPORT
  2. 2. MUHAMMAD TANVEER SHAH Registration No: - 2K6-VAS-03 Session: - 2006-2012 Duration of internship 16 weeksFrom: - 19-Sep-2011 to 08-Jan-2012
  3. 3. GOVERNMENT POULTRY FARM QUETTA
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION: -• Establishment 1944• For breeding purpose of fancy birds (game birds) initially, but• Re-established in 1955-56• For the commercial farming of layer and broiler breeds respectively for egg and meet production.
  5. 5. ORGANIZATIONAL CHART• Employees Fifty Six (56)• Head Superintendent• Sub-Incharge Poultry development Officer, And Six (6) Veterinary Officers(V.O), Five (5) Stock Assistants,• Rest of the staff include poultry attendants, V.C, office Staff, Sweepers, andChowkidar(Watch Man).
  6. 6. ORGANIZATIONAL CHART Superintendent Poultry development Officer Veterinary Office Officer (6) SuritendentStock Assiatant Office Assistant Veterinary Care Senior Clerk Taker Poultry Attendnt Sweeper & Chokidar Senior Clerk
  7. 7. LAYERS MANAGEMENT IN THEGOVERNMENT POULTRY FARM: - The success of the Layer poultry farm depends uponthe eight (8) points programmed.• Selection Of the best breeds of layer with maximum production and outcome.• Balance Feed.• Framing On the Scientific Basis.• Control of the diseases Management.• Construction of the Building On scientific Basis.• Number of the Birds According the Space and the Equipment.• Regular income and budget planning.• Farming should be According to the Trading Rules.
  8. 8. SELECTION OF LAYERS BREEDS: -The selection of layers breeds bird with good traitseffect the production of farmThe breed kept at this farm is White leghorn
  9. 9. CHARACTERISTICS: -• Well known breed of layers• High egg producer• Good environment adaptation• Broodiness traits
  10. 10. REARING SYSTEM: -• The system adopted for layers breeding in Government Poultry farm is Cage System.• There are 5 Cages having the capacity of rearing 10,000 birds & two hall rooms for these cages.
  11. 11. SCHEDULE FOR LAYERS MANAGEMENT: - I visited the poultry farm during internship a lotof times Doctor informed me during the visit aboutmanagement and bio-security of the farm. Bio-securityis the most efficient and cost-effective method ofdisease prevention.
  12. 12. WEEK 1ST : -• Feeding after 1 hour + Simple water + Antibiotics (Tribersin or Trizen for the control of yolk sac infection Omphalitis)• The brooder temperature should be 90-95F* (250 birds/brooder)• Flushing of baby chicks (Molasses @4-5kg + Electrolytes (Vinegar) @250ml for 1000 birds)• Chick guard is used to avoid overcrowding and hurdling.
  13. 13. WEEK 2ND, 3RD: -• The brooder temperature should be 85-90F*• Avoid overcrowding and hurdling.• Put more drinker and feeders. There should be 4 drinkers for 100 birds.• Provide light for 16 hours.• The brooder temperature should be 80-85F*• Provide light for 16 hours.
  14. 14. WEEK 4TH: -• The brooder temperature should be75-80F*• Brooder can be removed fully.• Put more drinker and waterers.• Provide light for 12 hours.• Control humidity in the shed.Recommended values are:• Air temperature of 30°C/86°F (measured at chick height in the area where feed and water are positioned).• Litter temperature of 28–30°C/82–86°F, Relative humidity of 60-70%.• Check litter condition.
  15. 15. WEEK 5TH TO 10TH: -• Provide light for 10-12 hours.• Remove all weak and underweight birds.• Shift birds to grower house.• Provide anti-stress and anti-coccidian medication soon after shifting.• Grading of the flock may be done in this weak
  16. 16. WEEK 16TH TO 18TH: -• Final de-beaking may be done.• Shift the flock to the cages during this week.• Final grading of the flock is done.• Also give pre-layer diet.• Continue pre-layer diet.• De-worm the flock.• First egg may be laid during this week.
  17. 17. WEEK 19TH TO 21TH: -• Egg production gradually increases now.• Continue pre-layer diet.• Collect egg frequently.• Prevent fly problem around the shed.• Between 23 and 28 weeks increase the light by 30 minutes per week until a maximum of 16 hours is reached. Usually the 100” feet length, 30” feet width, and 10-12” feet height is recommendation of the shed for 1000 chicks but it can be changed according to the area and space• Except Cage/battery rearing system.
  18. 18. DISEASE CONTROL MEASURES FORLAYERS: -• Adequate precaution must be taken to prevent all kinds of diseases• health control measures are taken from early age.• Vaccination is most effective way of prevention of specific disease by inducing immunity.• All type of vaccines is not capable of imparting lifelong immunity.• So the period of effectiveness of particular vaccine, the dosage and route of administration are essential factors which should be considered. Each vaccine is done on due date according to following vaccination schedule.
  19. 19. DRUGS AND SUPPLEMENTS USED FOR LAYERS
  20. 20. Vaccination Schedule for LayersSr.No Age in days Type Of Vaccine Route Remarks 1 6 ND Clone Eye Drop 2 10 IBD 1 Eye Drop 3 14 De-beaking 4 20 IBD 2 Eye Drop 5 23 ND+IB Eye Drop 6 30 IBD 3 Drinking Water 7 32 Hydro Pericardium Sub Cut 8 35 ND Lasota Drinking Water Repeat After Every 30 Days 9 16 Week E.DS Vaccine Sub Cut
  21. 21. BROILERS MANAGEMENT IN THE GOVERNMENT POULTRY FARM The success of the broiler poultry farm depends uponCharacteristics of commercial importance are given below: -• Health• Feed supply• Lighting• Ventilation• Stocking density• Nutrition• Temperature• Water supply• Vicinal status
  22. 22. FARM PREPARATION Following Farm operations should be adopted forsanitation of poultry house before rearing a Broiler flock.• Depopulate the house• Cleaning of old feed from house• Clean and disinfect the equipment & expose equipment to sun• Cleaning of house ceiling & walls• Removal of old litter• Make need repairs• Wash house thoroughly
  23. 23. • Application of Germicides• Fumigation• Disinfection of floor• Apply Germicides• Put new litter• Install the sanitized equipment• Install & change foot baths
  24. 24. PREPARATION OF HOUSE Lock the poultry house and rest the building for at-least 2-4 weeks and Prepare house for chicks. Installwaterer, start brooders, warm the building to the appropriatetemperature, and place chick guards. Keep an area of 15-30meters around the poultry farm closely mowed and free oftrash or debris.
  25. 25. COMMERCIAL IMPORTANCE CHARACTERS• Growth rate• Feed conversion ratio (FCR).• Livability and meat yield.• Bird welfare.• The prevention, detection and treatment of illness and health.• The environment that is managed to provide bird with all their requirements for ventilation, air quality, temperature and space.• The provision of nutrient requirements through the compounding of appropriate feed ingredients.• And the proper management of the provision of feed and water.
  26. 26. SCHEDULE FOR BROILER MANAGEMENT
  27. 27. WEEK 1ST : -• Feeding after 1 hour + Simple water + Antibiotics (Tribersin or Trizen for the control of yolk sac infection Omphalitis)• The brooder temperature should be 90-95F* (250 birds/brooder)• Flushing of baby chicks (Molasses @4-5kg + Electrolytes (Vinegar) @250ml for 1000 birds)• Chick guard is used to avoid overcrowding and hurdling.
  28. 28. WEEK 2ND, 3RD: -• The brooder temperature should be 85-90F*• Avoid overcrowding and hurdling.• Put more drinker and feeders. There should be 4 drinkers for 100 birds.• The brooder temperature should be 80-85F*
  29. 29. WEEK 4TH: -• The brooder temperature should be75-80F*• Brooder can be removed fully.• Put more drinker and waterers.• Provide light for 12 hours.• Control humidity in the shed.Recommended values are:• Air temperature of 30°C/86°F (measured at chick height in the area where feed and water are positioned).• Litter temperature of 28–30°C/82–86°F, Relative humidity of 60-70%.• Check litter condition.
  30. 30. WEEK 5TH TO 7TH : -• Check all weak and underweight birds.• Start the finisher ration.• Provide anti-stress and anti-coccidian medication• Check all birds’ health status.• Marketing of the flock may be done in this weak or next week as soon as possible.
  31. 31. FEED CONSUMPTION FOR BROILERS (PER BIRD) Age Feed 1st Week 20-30 grams 2nd Week 30-40 grams 3rd Week 40-50 grams 4th Week 60-80 grams 5th Week 80-100 grams 6th Week 100-110 grams 7th Week 110-120 grams 8th Week 120-125 grams
  32. 32. Vaccination Schedule for BroilersSr.No Age in days Type Of Vaccine Route Remarks 1 6 ND Clone Eye Drop 2 10 IBD 1 Eye Drop 3 17 Hydro Pericardium Sub Cut 4 20 IBD 2 Eye Drop 5 24 ND+IB Eye Drop 6 30 IBD 3 Drinking Water 7 35 ND+IB Drinking Water
  33. 33. QUESTIONS……………………???

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