Chicken equipment teaches you how to raise chicken. When it comes to garlic and ginger, the first thing that comes to mind is the seasoning. When cooking, it is usually added with garlic or ginger to make the dish more delicious. But do you know that garlic and ginger are also medicinal, and they are also very useful.
The chickens found that if the chicken's spleen and stomach were cold, the feeding was reduced, the dung was dung, and the breathing was difficult, the garlic and ginger would have the following effects. It can alleviate the symptoms of spleen and stomach deficiency, loss of feeding, and squatting caused by cold in the flock. The reason is that the garlic and the ginger are spicy and the temperature is warm to the spleen. In addition, ginger contains volatile oil, which can promote the secretion of gastric juice and help digestion of feed. Therefore, feeding garlic and ginger to the chicken can not only dispel the cold, but also regulate the spleen and stomach to promote digestion.
Garlic has allicin, trace iodine and other ingredients, and has a good inhibitory effect on Vibrio cholerae, mycobacteria and Shigella. When the flock is infected with Salmonella typhimurium, the diseased chicken will have liver enlargement, bronze liver and other diseases. At this time, feeding the chicken to the diseased chicken can inhibit the Salmonella typhimurium in the body. If the flock is infected with Pasteurella, the chicken will have avian cholera, such as purple crown, diarrhea, and myocardial hemorrhage. At this time, ginger and garlic can be used. The same feeding of ginger and garlic to diseased chickens has a good effect on killing Staphylococcus aureus, septicus and mycobacteria in chickens. If the chicken is infected with aphids, feeding the chicken can kill the chicken aphids.