Bio Poultry Grow Lamp (ESH-BIRD series)

Research has shown that the color of light can have many different effects on behavior, growth, and reproduction in poultry. Birds sense light through their eyes (retinal photoreceptors) and through photosensitive cells in the brain (extra-retinal photoreceptors). Since long wavelengths of lights (we call them red-end of spectrum or near infra-red, NIR) penetrate the skin and skull more efficiently than short wavelengths (toward blue-end or Ultra-Violet, UV), it has been observed that the growth and behavior are linked to retinal photoreception; on the other hand, the shorter wavelengths where lead of reproduction has been linked to the extra-retinal photoreceptors.

The following may be the general effects of Light on a bird,

  • Blue light has a calming effect on birds.
  • Blue-Green light stimulates growth.
  • Red light reduces cannibalism and feather picking.
  • Orange-Red light stimulates reproduction.

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Birds may probably see brightness of color different from humans, and recent researches show that the lens of birds is transparent to light in the UVA range (320nm~400nm).

Our ESH-BIRD series of CFL product as displayed in Pic-1.1 above, contains a glass cover that protect and ease of maintenance within the poultry industry, and it is designed to comply with your current GMP practices. Furthermore, the patent-pending Light spectrum as shown in Pic-1.2 presents a few functions for poultry farming. The Green that stimulates bird growth, expanded Orange-Red reduces cannibalism and picking as well as stimulates of reproduction (include improve of breeds), and some NIR that helps improve the wound and cut curing.

From the lab experiments that organically grown of chicken (groups accounting of 50 birds that hatching dropped out, and without vaccine given), the recovery results show less than 4% of mortality rate (improvement of 50% in comparison) during the early stage of 6 weeks growing period. In addition, we experience a tremendous early inflexion weight at early stage of about 7.8th weeks versus control data of 10.7th week average (an improvement of 27.6% earlier). Furthermore, our experiment data also show that the egg-laying rate improved by more than 23.5% compared to the conventional lighting method.

NOTE that the inflexion data are as followed,
Controlled Inflexion weight: Cock = 1098.99 g, Hen = 824.29 g
Controlled Inflexion week: Cock = 10.77 wk, Hen = 10.23 wk

We are confident of this patent pending Light of Bio-lamp (ESH-POULTRY series) for poultry will provide additional advantages to the farmers that help in the following,

  • Improve of surviving rate of the birds.
  • Improve of inflexion and growth of the birds.
  • Improve of breeding rate of the birds.