Feeding management of pups at different growth stages

After the birth of the pups, their living environment has undergone dramatic changes. At this time, the organs of the pups are not yet fully developed. The adjustment ability is poor and the adaptability is weak. It is easy to die. Therefore, effective feeding and management measures must be taken to increase the survival rate of puppies.
First, the feeding and management of puppies during the sleep period is from the birth of the pups to about 12 days of age. Newly born puppies have no hair on their bodies, their eyes are closed, their ears are obstructed, their body temperature regulation ability is poor, and their digestive organs are not yet fully developed. If they are not properly cared for, puppies are very likely to die.
1. The puppies in the sleeping period in the rearing period have a fast growth. The birth weight is only 50g to 60g, and the body weight at 1 week can be increased by about 1 time. The body weight at 10 days can reach more than 3 times of the birth weight. Therefore, after birth, puppies should try to make them eat milk and eat enough milk. The puppies, who are often in starvation state, often suffer from poor growth and development and high mortality rates. In particular, the colostrum secreted by female rabbits within 1 to 2 days after childbirth is rich in nutrients and has a laxative effect, which is conducive to promoting the growth of puppies to excrete meconium. Therefore, try to make the rabbit eat colostrum as soon as possible.
Sleeping puppies, in addition to eating milk is to sleep. During this period, the metabolism of the pups was very strong. Most of the milk that was eaten was digested and absorbed, and there was very little excrement of feces. Therefore, as long as the puppies are raised during sleep, their normal growth and development can be guaranteed as long as they can eat enough milk and sleep well.
2. Management management of sleeping rabbits should be very detailed. The practice of raising rabbits shows that to improve the survival rate of puppies during sleep, the following measures can be taken: 1 Good care for fostering rabbits. In production practice, some females often appear to be farrower, and some females have fewer litters. To do this, it is necessary to do a good job of adjusting and fostering the young rabbits. Normal female rabbits that normally lactating can feed 6 to 8 rabbits. The fostering method is to take the puppies with similar birth dates (not more than 2 days to 3 days), take them out of the nest box, and divide the nests according to their size and size, and then apply a few drops to the pups. The rabbit's milk or urine disturbs the sense of smell and prevents the female rabbit from refusing to foster and bite or bite the puppies. 2 Implement forced breastfeeding. Some female rabbits do not have strong nurses, especially female rabbits, who refuse to breast-feed after giving birth. This causes the pups to go hungry and become starving. If they are not dealt with in time, they will cause the pups to die. The method of forced breast-feeding is to fix the female rabbit in the nest box to keep it quiet, and then place the young rabbit next to the nipple of the female rabbit and let it suck freely, once or twice a day for 3 days to 5 days. Most female rabbits will automatically breastfeed. 3 artificial breastfeeding. If the female rabbit is born, the female rabbit is dead, has no milk, or has mastitis, etc. If the disease cannot be breast-fed or if the female rabbit is not fostered, artificial breast-feeding may be used. Artificial milk can be replaced with milk, goat milk, or condensed milk (1 to 1.5 times water within 1 week, 1/3 water after 1 week, and full milk after 2 weeks). Can also be used soy milk, rice soup plus appropriate salt, the temperature is maintained at 37 °C ~ 38 °C. A glass dropper or syringe can be used for feeding, allowing it to freely suck. 4 cold and warm. Newborn rabbits have poor cold resistance and can easily cause freezing death. According to experiments, the temperature of the rabbit's incubation room is best maintained at 15°C~20°C. Once the pups are found to be frozen, they must be rescued in time. Generally, the frozen pups can be put in a warm water bath at 40°C~50°C. In the middle, the nose is exposed and slowly oscillated, or 25 watt bulbs are used to radiate warmth (the bulb can be hung from a nest box about 10 cm away from rabbits), which works well. 5 Prevent rat damage. In the 4th to 5th days after being born, the pups are most vulnerable to rodent damage. Occasionally, the whole litter is eaten by mice. Special attention should be paid to sealing the rabbit cage and rabbit's nest tightly so as not to allow the rat to enter. In the case that it is impossible to block cages or block holes, the nest boxes can be numbered in a unified manner, protected in the evening, sent back to the original cage during the day, and fed regularly.
Second, the opening of the pups feeding and management of puppies After opening the eyes of puppies have to go through a nest, feeding, weaning and Other stages, which is the second critical period for raising a good puppies. During the period of feeding and management, the following items must be done:
1. The growth and development of puppies after opening their eyes is very fast, and breast milk has begun to decrease, which can not meet the nutritional needs of puppies. Therefore, it is necessary to do a good job of feeding materials as soon as possible. According to rabbit production practices, generally the puppies will come out of their nest to find food around the age of 15 days. At this time, they can begin to feed and they should be fed a small amount of nutritious and easily digestible feed, such as soy milk, bean dregs or chopped Young grass, leaves and so on. After 20 days of age, appropriate cereals, bran, corn flour, and a small amount of charcoal powder, vitamins, inorganic salts, garlic, and onions can be fed to enhance the physique of the pups and reduce disease.
2. The management of eye-opening puppies is relatively difficult to raise, so in the management should focus on the following tasks: 1 puppies open their eyes to be examined one by one, found that open eyes, can be used to take warm water Wash the mucus that closes the eyes to help the pups open their eyes. 2 The pups have small stomach and weak digestive power, but they have fast growth and development. When feeding is started, they should be fed less frequently, preferably 5 times to 6 times per day. After 30 days of age, they can gradually turn to feed and do Good preparation before weaning. 3 Aberdeen rabbits are best kept with the female rabbits in separate cages and breast-feeding once a day. This will allow the pups to feed evenly, rest quietly, and reduce their exposure to the female rabbit's feces to prevent coccidiosis. 4 puppies are generally weaned at 28 days to 30 days of age, weaning should be used to separate milk from the cage, as far as possible feed, environment, management, three unchanged, to prevent the occurrence of a variety of adverse stress reactions. 5 After puppies started eating, feces increased and began to eat soft feces. According to rabbit production practice, at this time, the rabbits should not be over-fed to the green feed with high water content, otherwise it will easily cause diarrhea, bloating and death.

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