Community Empowerment - Sinde - Namayingo

Visit by Ida Bazonoona on 2019-12-04

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Created by
Ida Bazonoona
Created date
2019-12-04 13:30:14 UTC
Modified by
Ida Bazonoona
Modified date
2019-12-05 12:39:23 UTC
Trip Time
10:25-18:09 (7 h 44 m)
Village Time
12:46-15:28 (2 h 42 m)
Travel Time
5 h 2 m

Community Empowerment Lessons

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Lesson Taught
Poultry Day 2 
Ida went to Sinde and taught about mixing chicken feeds. She first previewed the lesson before, which was well answered. Ida explained the three types of feeds that the community must prepare and these are 1. Chic and duck mash for chics from day 1 to 8 weeks. Just as babies are, they start eating solid foods immediately, they start with watery breast milk and then break milk and after six months introduce soft foods like porridge. The way with chickens, they have feeds for day one to eight weeks. Chic and duck mash. Maize brand. 62 kgs Cotton seed cake 25kgs Silver fish. 10kgs Shells. 02kgs Pre mix. 1/2kg Salt. 1/2kg 2. Growers mash. This type of feed is given to chics from week 9 to 20. At this point you will have realized female and male chics. This is when you need to separate these chickens, females alone and males order to balance the speed of eating. Growers Mash. Maize brand. 70kgs Cotton seed cake. 20kgs Silver fish. 07kgs Shells. 02kgs Pre mix. 1/2kg Salt. 1/2kg This feed is specifically for male chickens. 3 Layers mash. This type of feed is for female chickens. This feed will help strengthen the egg shell. Layers mash. Maize brand. 69.2kgs Cotton seed cake. 18kgs Silver fish. 5kgs Shells. 6.8kgs Pre mix(Layers pre mix). 300gms Salt. 300gms Do not mix feeds with water, give separately. Next time will look at the ratio, how much food does one chic eat? 
Next Visit
2019-12-11 - Purpose: To teach about the ratio of chicken feeds.
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9833 The group taking notes of the feeds recipe.