Managing laying hens requires careful attention to a number of areas including the farm environment (ventilation, temperature, lighting) and the type of housing system.

As your litter moves from the breeding stage to the beginning of lay and the end of lay, the birds will have specific needs in their diet and environmental conditions. To ensure that egg production remains high and that birds are eating well, there are a number of resources available to help maintain good performance.

Our technical service team is always available to help you with any management question or answer any questions you may have.

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Cold weather requires careful management to keep the birds comfortable and productive. Read more

How are our hens so productive? More than a decade ago, we committed ourselves to developing laying hens that are able to produce 500 eggs per hen in 100 weeks of age. All over the globe we can clearly see a trend that egg producers are keeping their birds in production longer with every new generation of laying hens that we place in the market. Read more

Bodyweight management is an important parameter to track throughout the life of your birds. From day old to transfer, growth and organ development occurs at various ages. A lack of growth during a stage could have a detrimental impact on pullet quality. Read more

Health management of your flock in alternative system involves choosing the right breed, feeding program, and system design. After that, it's up to you to plan, observe, and adjust. Read more

In order to give your flock the best start possible, brooding conditions for newly placed chicks is very important. Read more

Managing breeder flocks in high temperature climates is an even greater challenge than managing flocks of the same genetics in temperate climates. Effective breeder management includes several factors in both rearing and production: Body weights, Flock uniformity, Lighting program, Feeding technique, Male management, Hatching egg handling. Read more