Poultry Resources

Broiler Managment Guide (Hubbard)    

Hubbard. Your choice. Our Commitment.In general the Hubbard broiler range of the JV, Classic, F15, Flex, H1 and H1 FF are well recognized for its growth, excellent FRC and good animal welfare traits (such as very low levels of hock burn and footpad lesions) in combination with good yields in the processing plant and flexibility to be used for a wide range of bodyweights and final products.

The Hubbard Broiler Guide is full of practical experience involving: Genetics, Nutrition, Rearing, Processing. The range of Hubbard broilers consists of 4 different types of product specifically selected for its market requirement:

  • Hubbаrd CLASSIC
  • Нubbаrd FLEX
  • Нubbаrd YIELD
  • Hubbard COLOR

For many years, the principal measure for the quality of the feed was growth and F.C.R. Today the nutritionist is confronted by numerous and more complicated factors.

  • The improvement of genetics has been very important to the point that broilers that eat too much cause many problems for the production network.
  • The growing demand by the consumer for a wider variety of products, cut-up, further processing and products grown using nutrition without meat products, growth promoters or antibiotics.
  • Environmental controls such as limiting nitrogenous and/or phosphorous discharges.
  • Tighter control on the grower of the climatic conditions, the houses, the management and bio-security.

Download the full version of “Hubbard Broiler Management Guide” (Hubbard Broiler Management Guide.pdf). (429kb).

Broiler Performance Objectives (Ross 308)

Ross Broiler

Read the Ross 308 Broiler: Performance Objectives (134kb) which demonstrates the performance achievable under good management and environmental conditions and when feeding nutrient levels described in the Ross 308 Broiler Nutrition Specification.

From: Aviagen
Where: In-house Publication
Origin: GlobalGlobal
When: 2007
Language: English

Layer Management Guide

ISA brown logo

If you are starting out in egg production, the ISA Brown management guide gives you a lot to think about.

The purpose of the ISA Brown Management Guide (300kb) is to help the producer to gain the best possible results for their investment. This will be achieved by providing conditions in which the ISA Brown can thrive. The information supplied in this publication is based on the analysis of extensive research and field results, produced over time and with many years of experience.


Nutritional Concepts to Optimize Egg production in Layering Hens

By Rick Kleyn, Spesfeed (Pty) Ltd, South Africa.

Nutritional Concepts to Optimize Egg production in Layering Hens (1,361kb)