Wild boar feed collocation

Wild boar has gradually become a substitute for domestic pigs and a new type of green health food because of its characteristics of less fat, high nutritional value, and rich game flavor. Special wild boars have less food intake and are generally fed twice a day. It is raw and eaten raw, mixed food, all kinds of weeds, leaves, plant roots, crop stalks, etc. can be used as feed. Wild boars particularly like to eat green feed, can account for more than 50% of the ration, with a small amount of concentrated feed can raise a robust wild boar. Here are some boar feeds.

Green and juicy feed

Including green fodder, tubers, roots, fruits and silage, this is the main source of feed for wild boars.

Green fodder commonly used wolfberry, purple parsley root, leeks, sweet potato vine leaves, barley corn, barley and other barley. Green feed has high crude protein content, high digestibility, comprehensive amino acid requirements, and rich vitamin content.

Root, tuber, and melons include sweet potatoes, potatoes, squash, and carrots. This type of feed is crisp and juicy, stimulates appetite, and has a high digestibility of organic matter. It plays an important role in improving nutrients in the diet and improving digestibility. However, it is not suitable for single feeding, but it must be used together with coarse and fine materials, and then supplemented with protein feed in order to achieve the effect of feeding.

Silage is to store green feed for winter and spring feeds. Commonly used for silage are sweet potatoes, vine leaves, cabbage to help, carrots, cabbage, grass and so on.

Crude fodder roughage includes hay, agricultural and sideline products (crops, vines, vines, shells, straw, alfalfa, etc.), leaves, and bad residue. They have a wide range of sources, many types, and large yields. They are the main feed for boars in the winter and spring. Crude feed has high crude fiber content, rich vitamin D content, but low phosphorus content. Feeding should be done with other feeds.

Concentrate energy feed includes corn, sorghum, barley, rice, sweet potato, etc. These feeds have high energy content and contain only 7% to 11% of crude protein. Due to unbalanced nutrition structure, they should not be used as wild boar feed alone. They must be used together with protein feeds. With nutrient additives, the nutritional balance of the diet can be fully balanced.

Protein feeds include vegetable protein feeds, animal protein feeds, and other protein feeds. Vegetable protein feeds mainly include by-products of soybean oil cakes, peanut cakes, and cotton cakes, which have a protein content of about 17% to 45%. Fish meal in animal protein feed is the most widely used animal feed with a protein content of 40% to 60%. It is particularly useful in the supply of methionine and lysine, and has a high nutritional value. Flesh meal, blood meal, cocoon, etc. are also good animal protein feeds, which can be blended according to needs and conditions as a component of compound feed. Other protein feeds mainly refer to chicken manure, yeast, bacteria, etc. If 30% of fermented chicken manure is added to the diet (50 kg of chicken manure plus 1 kg of ferric sulfate, 25 kg of water is added and blended and left to ferment for 1 to 2 days), its nutrition is comprehensive, the feeding effect is excellent, and it can be saved. A lot of concentrate feed.

Feed additives

Currently used as feed additives are vitamins, amino acids, minerals and trace elements and other nutrient additives, as well as antibiotics, enzyme preparations, growth promoting agents, sedatives and other growth promoters and Chinese herbal medicine additives. When feeding wild boar, according to the nutritional content of various feeds in the diet and the needs of wild boar nutrition in each period, adding a small amount or a trace amount of the above nutrients to make the diet full of nutrition, can significantly improve feed utilization and conversion rate, reduce feed Nutrition loss during storage period to improve the quality of wild boar. Antibiotics, herbal additives, etc. stimulate the growth of wild boars, enhance immunity and prevent certain diseases. After years of research, wild boar supplemented with traditional Chinese medicine additives made from 20 valuable rare Chinese medicines such as Lei Pill, Atractylodes rhizome, cassia twig, hawthorn, astragalus, guanzhong, radix astragali, and magnolia has the effects of strengthening the spleen and tonifying the kidney, digestion and stomach, and clearing away heat and detoxification. It has significant effects in enhancing boar physique, preventing diseases and so on.

Hormone & Endocrine

Hormone:

A chemical substance produced in the body that controls and regulates the activity of certain cells or organs. Many hormones are secreted by special glands, such as thyroid hormone produced by the thyroid gland. Hormones are essential for every activity of life, including the processes of digestion, metabolism, growth, reproduction, and mood control. Many hormones, such as neurotransmitters, are active in more than one physical process.

Endocrine:

Pertaining to hormones and the glands that make and secrete them into the bloodstream through which they travel to affect distant organs. The endocrine sites include the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, pineal gland, thyroid, parathyroids, heart (which makes atrial-natriuretic peptide), the stomach and intestines, islets of Langerhans in the pancreas, the adrenal glands, the kidney (which makes renin, erythropoietin, and calcitriol), fat cells (which make leptin). the testes, the ovarian follicle (estrogens) and the corpus luteum in the ovary). Endocrine is as opposed to exocrine. (The exocrine glands include the salivary glands, sweat glands and glands within the gastrointestinal tract.)

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