Bio Lit Poultry
BIO LIT as a litter is inconvertible on farms because of its excelent characteristics suitable for other groups of animals, depending of their speciﬁc characteristics. Long – term dryness of the BIO LIT POULTRY leaves animals clean, , save time and prevent development of pathogenic bacteria and fungi. By maintenance of hygiene and animals health, it directly impacts to quality of very animal products and production proﬁtability.
- Comfortable dry bedding
- Reduction of released NH3 and CO2
- Significant reduction of unpleasent odour
- Health booster
- Increased body weight
- Reduced mortality
- Easy application
- Long lasting (if properly maintaned, it can last 2 cycles of 45 days)
- decrease ammonia crust,significantly accelerates and facilitates the reaction and processes.
A reliable and environmentally sustainable litter. Our litter provides conditions similar to those in raising free-range chickens, which allow, to a certain extent, the birds’ natural behaviour, including dust-bathing and ground scratching. This definitely lowers the stress the chickens are normally exposed to in commercial raising, and improves the general health and immune status of the birds. A higher percentage of healthy birds is reflected in better meat quality and yield, which finally results in higher productivity and profit.
BIO LIT POULTRY leaves animals clean, save time and prevent development of pathogenic bacteria, mold and fungi. Made of clay mixture with speciﬁc function to adsorb dangerous gasses, mineral part ﬁltrate the gasses (ammonia and mercaptan) and herbs gives the antidisinﬁciens effect.
sound feet free of any deseases owing to BIO LIT poultry bedding
Standard beddings cause such burns.
Example of or Biotehnological improvements – We managed to appply a stable waste, obtained from a BIO LIT POULTRY bedding, into digestors ( BIO GAS production) in order to decrease ammonia crust, which significantly accelerates and facilitates the reaction and processes.
Comply to EU Nitrate Directive, Council Directive 91/676/EEC
Instructions for use
RECOMENDED BEDDING QUANTITY RATIO OF TIME AND DENSITY
- Pour the BIO LIT on the stall floor 3 days before putting chicken in the stable (quantity of BIO LIT depends of density of chicken per square meter and days of breeding,see table above)
- Sprinkle with 300 litres of water for each ton of BIO LIT (30% of total quantity).
- After approximately 20 minutes, chop it and evenly spread on stall floor BIO LIT should pop – up and grow up in volume approx. 5 times . Chop it from time to time (more is choped and turned over, more oxigen is provided, better effect, longer lasting ). If properly maintaned, it can last 2 cycles of 45 days.
To check up for properly done work, you should do next : The bedding should be all uniforme colour.If you see different in colouring (darker spots), it means that is not maintaned well. Scratch with shovel till the bottom of the floor. If the bedding is well mantained, shovel should easely slip trough. If it stuck on wetnes or if there are big peaces stuck together, it means that is not maintend at all. It can hapend if temperature of ambient is lower than nesseserly, and chicken are gather together. Not to worry if it happens in first 10 days. Chop it, turn it over, give some oxigen, and it will work and it will increase volume. Be aweare for beding under the water feeder. If nesseserly, add more bedding when you see that is getting saturized. BIO LIT bedding is saturized when it can’t apsorb any more moisture, it start to spread odour and changing colour from golden light to brown dark. It can apsorb up to 6 liters of liquid per 1 kg of BIO LIT.
How to make compost?
After the period in the poutry house, pile should be formed, not higher than one meter. The process needs to perform three fundamental requirements: that the materials have a balanced content of wet and dry debris, the mixture has enough ventilation and that there is a certain amount of water during the early stages of the process.
If these conditions guarantee the process will start normally reaching high temperatures at first, then at the end of the process, room temperature.
It is important to keep humidity around 60% during the early stages of the process, since the organisms responsible for decomposition of the materials require a certain water content for its activity.
Aeration is achieved by turning the material every so often. The more we turn further accelerate the process, however, turning every 15 or 30 days can be enough to process four to roughly four months. . For a longer period of low temperatures (0º C), degradation processes in compost are temporarily stopped, except inside, and will take longer time to be completely ready.
For agricultural purposes is recomended because of high nutritioned values, rich of micro and macro elements.
Packaging shaped so full truck can deliver 24 tons. Each jumbo bag, contains 1090 kgs.