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CHAKRA Poultry Watering System

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"What is the most important ingredient for a poultry health?"

Water 80% of all diseases are a result of deficit of water for a living being. Be it humans or a hen. As we have always come across, most of the doctors and health specialists suggest water as a necessary intake to fight away flues and any abnormalities. When this is the scenario for humans, how is it any different for a hen. Rather, a human can consume water after prolonged intervals but a hen can not tolerate water deficiency for a longer time. There will be a noticable contrast in a hen's health or it's performance or it's behaviour. Some times it is not any surprising that a hen might even die if deficient of water and in such a short span of time like a couple of hours. This is how important why water is such an important ingredient in a poultry health tabulation.

How can CHAKRA help?

We result as a healthy bird with immaculate and flawless supply of water. Every bird has the equal amount of water. Any bird is never in a deficit of water. Every bird has adequate water consumption. Water is never a crisis with CHAKRA watering systems. These are pleasant poultry health tips which are a standard with CHAKRA.

What is a healthy bird?

When a bird is given enough water and feed, the bird follows it's time chart of production. Production is conserved.
When a bird is consuming enough water, there is always a sign of more immunity in a bird from local flues and environmental changes.
The litter is pasty neither loose nor dry which reflects a well bred chicken.
The egg shell is strong along with other factors involved in an egg quality.
The growth of birds are uniform with uniform water consumption.

These are symptons of a healthy bird which are mostly neglected by a minority of farmers because of their unawareness on this concern. We recommend you to read and implement most of our explanations which will benefit you to sustain your hens healthy and happy.

We hope your chicken are drinking more water to stay healthy.

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