Water is involved in every aspect of poultry farm metabolism. It plays important roles in regulating body temperature, digesting food, and eliminating body wastes. At normal temperatures, poultry farm consume at least twice as much water as feed. When heat stress occurs, water consumption will double or quadruple. A safe and adequate supply of water is therefore essential for efficient poultry production.
What are the characteristics of safe, good-quality drinking water for poultry? The answer to this question is often complex because the quality of drinking water can be evaluated in a number of ways. It can be tested for the presence of bacteria and other microbes, for the levels of minerals that occur naturally in the water, and for other chemical and physical factors. This guide describes the most useful indicators of water quality and tells how to take a water sample correctly to ensure accurate test results.
- Water Softning Plant
- Reverse Osmosis System (R. O. Plant)
- Ultra Violet Dis-Infection System
- Water Testing Kits
- Microbe Detection Device
- Water Testing Digital Equipement