It should be used in accordance with the method and dosage described in the instruction manual, and the dosage should be accurate. The amount of spray should be controlled that the chicken body and cage net are appropriately wet. Do not spray too much, causing they are too wet. Generally, the spray amount is calculated at 15 ml per cubic meter of space. The doors and windows should be closed when spraying.
In addition, the age of the chicken, physical condition, season, infectious disease, epidemic characteristics and other factors must also be considered, and it must be targeted, so as to achieve the purpose of disease prevention.
The correct disinfection method is to first prepare the liquid medicine in the sprayer, start disinfection from one end of the chicken coop, and walk slowly to the other end while spraying.
The nozzle of the chicken disinfectant spray should be upward, so that the liquid medicine will slowly fall like a mist; the ground, walls, ceiling, and cages should be sprayed with liquid medicine; the movement should be gentle and the sound should be low.
During the initial disinfection, the chickens may become agitated due to fear, and the stress is great. As the frequency of spraying increases, the chickens will gradually become accustomed to it.
(1) Stop disinfectant spraying within 3 days before and after vaccination of the chickens, and at the same time, do not feed them antibacterial drugs to prevent affecting the immune effect. However, the chicken can be disinfected during normal administration.
(2) Ventilation: The chicken coop and the surface of the chicken body are wet due to the poultry disinfectant spray. After the disinfectant spraying, the windows should be opened for ventilation to make them dry as soon as possible. However, when opening windows and doors, you should pay attention to the principle of gradual and orderly actions. Do not open the windows suddenly at one time to prevent the chickens from catching a cold.
(3) Insulation: The temperature of the chicken coop must be maintained, especially during the brooding stage. The temperature of the coop should be increased by 3 degrees to 4 degrees, so that the wetted chicks can live in a suitable temperature and will not die because of coldness in groups.
(4) Different types of disinfectant products should be used alternately and rotated every quarter or every month. Long-term use of a chicken coop disinfectant will reduce the sterilization effect or give rise to drug resistance, which will affect the disinfection effect.
(5) After disinfection, clean the inside of the sprayer and the spray rod thoroughly with clean water, and place it properly after drying for next use.
(6) After the chicken is disinfected, some respiratory drugs can be used to control the occurrence of respiratory diseases according to the situation.