Get to know the benefits of plastic chicken mesh

In poultry farming, it is very common to use chicken mesh to protect corrals and for divisions inside of these. It is very easy to handle and doesn’t take much time to set up.

Keeping backyard chickens

Raising poultry owes its importance to the dietary quality that its products (eggs and meat) give us. These products have become essential to the diets of most families, even in the least well-off families.
Many people like to have fresh eggs easily available and so they keep backyard chickens. This way they can use them for cooking or to sell.

Keeping backyard chickens with chicken mesh. 

Keeping backyard chickens has many benefits:

  • They have a short production cycle.
  • Layer chickens reach laying age when they are 20 to 24 weeks old.
  • Chickens can be slaughtered when they are between 5 and 6 weeks old.
  • The incubation of a chicken egg lasts only 21 days.
  • The dietary products obtained are of high nutritional quality. They contain 20 to 22% of the necessary protein, among other important nutrients.
  • You can get various types of products: meat and eggs which are available to the population at a low cost. Chicken droppings are widely used as organic fertilizer for plants.
  • Because of their size, poultry products can be saved with no problem and in little space.
  • They are easy to care for (they adapt to any exploitation system and they require little labor).
  • They don’t need much space or time.

The big advantage of backyard chickens is that you get fresh eggs and meat.

In poultry farming, it is very common to use chicken mesh to protect corrals and for divisions inside of these. It is very easy to handle and doesn’t take much time to set up.

Chickens in a run protected by chicken mesh. 

Uses of chicken mesh:

  • Making corrals for a variety of species like chickens, ducks, turkeys, pigeons, and ostriches among others. 
  • Building cages for different kinds of animals.
  • Marking off spaces.
  • Creating divisions within a cage to separate birds by sex or age.
  • Protecting crops from bird attacks.

By keeping chickens in a corral, you protect them and you protect your garden.

Benefits of using chicken mesh:

  • It protects your birds by keeping them in just one place and also by keeping outside birds from getting into the corral. This way you avoid loss of feed.
  • It gives your birds microbiological protection because it doesn’t allow outside birds into your corral. These could bring in diseases like bird flu, salmonella, or parvovirus with them.
  • It is easy to set up and it doesn’t require much maintenance.
  • The inside environment and the exterior surroundings are practically the same.
  • In contrast with a closed in chicken corral, a chicken run made with chicken mesh provides correct ventilation, eliminating toxic gasses produced in the coop.
  • It protects poultry from predators.
  • It keeps poultry from walking so much, which means they use less energy and develop fewer muscles and as a result produce softer meat.

What chicken mesh should I use? 

Chicken mesh, CHICKENMALLA, is made from black polypropylene, highly resistant to humidity. It doesn’t rust and it isn’t affected by  the extremely acidic pH of poultry droppings which means it is long-lasting.

Chicken mesh, CHICKENMALLA, is the best option for protecting your birds. 

This chicken mesh has many benefits:

  • UV filter and protection from the elementrs for 24 months.
  • Cheap when compared to metal chicken wire.
  • Easy to install and maintain.
  • It doesn’t rust.
  • It is easy to clean and disinfect because of its smooth surface and it prevents the growth of microorganisms like viruses and bacteria.

In poultry farming it is common to use chicken mesh to protect the different kinds of birds people raise in their backyards.

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