貉 Feed storage method

The low temperature storage method can kill microorganisms or inhibit the decomposition of feed by microorganisms at low temperatures, and also inhibits the enzymatic action of the stored feeds themselves, thereby preventing the deterioration of the feed or producing harmful substances. Conditional farms can build larger mobile cold storage or purchase cryogenic refrigerators to store feed.

Thermostat storage can kill various microorganisms and bacteria at high temperatures. Newly restocked fresh fish and meat, when not fed for a while, can be steamed (or boiled) in the pan and stored in a cool place after removal. Heat-treated feeds can only be stored for a short period of time. They are temporary and cannot be stored for too long.

Dry storage method Metabolism cannot be performed when water loss or moisture content in a living body is reduced to the lowest temperature. When the feed is dry, the microorganisms attached to the feed dies or loses the conditions for survival and reproduction, and the feed itself cannot be oxidatively decomposed due to drying.

Saline storage method The salt treatment of the feed can kill the microorganisms in the feed. Even a low concentration of salt can inhibit bacterial growth. The method of salting is: in a dry concrete pool or large tank, sprinkle a layer of salt, put a layer of feed, then sprinkle a handful of salt, and then put a layer of feed, so repeatedly stacked, the top with a wooden board compaction, submerged in water feed.

Grain and vegetable storage methods Grains and legumes used for harvesting are packed in sacks and stored in a cool, dry, ventilated warehouse. The feed is best left on the ground. The stacking layer must not be too thick, and it is often turned to dissipate heat. To prevent mildew. At the same time, we must prevent rat pests and pests and minimize food consumption.

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