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                                                       {Kindly read about: "the booster application"

                                                                                     

 

Application of NOP:

 

Sprayer: Should ideally be a motorized model with a 5 to 6 gallon, (20 to 25 liter) tank backpack sprayer with a suction type pump, adjustable constant flow and a boom wand that can spray 1/2 the width of standard tunnel poultry sheds. The nozzles should provide a flow that will permit to spray the required amount at a brisk walk over the entire surface area. At least the sprayer must be able to provide a constant pressure and flow. For further information about available sprayers please contact our office, EST time.

It is important to cover the entire surface area of the fresh bedding, and, if any bedding was not covered an additional amount should be used to cover the unsprayed area. Further if the particular shed management procedures includes adding fresh bedding during the growth cycle the farmer should be provided with additional NOP to pre-spray this bedding material before spreading. Please note that the poultry are much more comfortable on sprayed bedding and may congest onto it from untreated areas.

 * NOP improves poultry health and growth; there may be less need for some of their products.

 

Most important is always to remember and state that NOP is not: a medicine, a disinfectant, an insecticide, or a treatment nor is it applied directly onto the poultry. NOP is a litter treatment product

 

By improving the environment for the working personnel and the poultry we reduce, the ever present, ammonia, odor and other pollution that harms, overloads and suppresses the flock's immunity system that leaving them vulnerable and susceptible to other infections and diseases. NOP indirectly increases the poultry's resistance to other diseases and allows them to develop with all the advantages as enumerated in our NOP information. The result is that the monetary benefits by far outweigh the cost of applying NOP.

Conditions differ from one country to country and county whilst generally raising methods and equipment are increasingly becoming standardized.

 

 How to use : *


* Measure the area of the chicken barn in meters.
* Divide the area by 125 to know the number of the required Liters of "No-Odor Poultry".
* Write the quantity on a signboard and hang it on the wall of the barn to be your future easy reference. It looks like this (NOP 5 Liters)
* Adjust the nozzle of the sprayer accurately to spray the liquid. Choose the right Modern sprayer that help in this situation.

How to use?  For  Chickens:    

1.Run the usual disinfecting and cleanup after a growing cycle and spread clean bedding.

2.Put the liquid as is in the sprayer with a fine nozzle one Liter of NOP for each 125 sm.

3.Close windows and ventilation, adjust the nozzle to very fine and spray entire surface from 5ocm above the ground.

4. Introduce the newly-hatched chickens. If you find any parts of the bedding wet for some reason or another, replace it with newly sprayed bedding.

    Remark:  “No-Odor poultry” may be sprayed on the feces  on the bedding during the cycle , while the hens are in a corner of the chicken house, then after an hour release the hens.

*The area is sprayed once at the beginning of the cycle immediately before putting the chichens in the barn: 
      The Liquid should be prepared in the rate of one Liter to (spray) 125 square meters. Then 4.8 liters is enough to spray a barn of 600 square meters. That is why
this product is economical and the bottle contains about 5 liters.

   
If the farm does 6 cycles a year, then it needs 6 sprays a year.
Thus the quantity for a farm of a total of 6500 square meters of chicken sheds, breeding 6 cycles per year, at 8 liters per 1000 square meters that is equal to 52 liters per cycle, by 6 times per year. Then you need 312 liters for a year. i.e. about a barrel/a drum and a half.( See the table below.)

     The starting point is a clean poultry shed, thoroughly cleaned and disinfected, ready to receive the fresh wood shavings as spraying No-Odor Poultry does not replace regular poultry shed procedures, fine spray,  with a portable hand  or engine-driven or engine sprayer, with adjustable nozzle, adjusted to fine drops. Spray from a distance of 50 cm, the specified  liters of NOP.  Adjust the amount according to the total surface area to be sprayed on the fresh bedding material such as wood shavings or on the remaining dry and suitable litter at the rate of  one liter of   for 125 Square Meters, at about 2 hours before introducing the new baby chickens (hatchings).

      This is to be repeated for every new growth cycle.  Consecutive growth cycles will gradually improve until most of the residual ammonia has been eliminated.  if, under extreme conditions, there is a recurrence of odor during a growth cycle, a booster application of half the prescribed amount onto the manure by driving most of the poultry  away from the immediate areas to be sprayed. We must always bear in mind is always completely harmless if applied as directed.

 Caution:  Keep out of reach of children! May cause eye irritation in concentrated form.

First Aid: In case of contact flush with water for at least 15 minutes.  If irritation persits get medical attention. 

Area & NOP quantity timetable*

For...Square meters  liters you need  For  ... Square meters     Liters you need
       2000      16.00     1000           8.00
       1900      15.20       900           7.20
       1800      14.40       800           6.40
       1700      13.60       700           5.60
       1600      12.80       600           4.80
       1500      12.00       500           4.00
       1400      11.20       400          3. 20
       1300      10.40       300          2.400
       1200       9.60       200          1.60
       1100       8.80       100          0.80

* For a booster application, use half the above quantities

    A RemarkThe Pooster Application:

    If you notice  non-disappearance of odors and bad smells after three weeks, study and look for the causes carefully and check:

 1. Water leakages in the barns:. There may be some leakage of water from somewhere. Check the drinkers,  taps, water pipes or water rains may enter from the windows or from somewhere. Bear in mind that the water is the first enemy.  If you find a wet area in the bedding, dry it and replace with sprayed with NOP beddings. 

2. Make sure that the workers do not upside down the bedding. The bedding 
should be kept as is during the whole period. Otherwise apply a new spray.

  If nothing was found, then it is recommended to apply a booster application. in the following way. The odors may be also due to old accumulations.

3. If the ground is not concrete or contaminated with ammonia, apply a sprayon the ground before placing the bedding and another spray on the bedding. Ie we have  to apply  Two sprays.

 A Booster Application:
        In this case, it is recommended to apply a new spray using half  the previous quantity of NOP only. For instance, apply one liter of No-Odor Poultry to spray 250 square meters, two liters to spray 500 square meters, and so on. 

For  Turkeys:

1. Run the usual disinfecting and clean up and spread clean beddings.
2. Put in the sprayer with a very fine nozzle one liter for each 125 square meters as usual.
3. In the middle of the breeding cycle. repeat the same spraying procedure moving the birds
    as you spray the floor. 
                             

Remarks

     The best policy to spray again every 5th week, even if its only 13 or 
    14 weeks. The last weeks the turkeys produce considerably more manure.  When the birds
    are present the best method for spraying is to have someone walk a few meters in from of 
    the spraying person to move the birds away from the area being sprayed. This is important
    because we spray so little that we do not want to waste any of the liquid that would be sprayed.
    We need all of it to go into the bedding, straw. It is most important to cover the entire 
    bedding area of any shed that is treated. Further, if there is no floor under the straw, many
    times it is just
earth, you must in this case spray the earth before they put in the new staw.
   
The ground has absorbed many years of pollution and it will affecty the results what ever
    you will do, as one spray will not eliminate all this pollution but minimize the effect for some
    time.  

       Ideally, to show how well NOP works,  you should always start in a cleaned out shed 
     without any old beddings/manure and if it is without a concrete floor spray

   a new NOP application is required if you wish to stop the ammonia pollution. 

 For Geese and Ducks:

1. Repeat the same procedure as above, after 42 days respray a protional amount  for the
    remaining growth days,

2. Use One Liter of "No-Odor poultry" per 125 square meters up to 42 days, followed by
    25 X days for the remaining period.

  Geese and ducks need more care as they are usually kept in a wet environment.

For Rabbits:   

  You can take a small hand operated spray bottle, the same as in use in home, fill it with 
No-Odor Poultry and then it can be sparingly sprayed on the floor of the rabbit boxes. For 
your own experiment you can take one the cleanouts of a cage and spread it over  a similar
 size area, or in a cage before cleaning  and the rabbits have been moved temporarily elsewhere. 
You spray it with No-Odor Poultry by lightly wetting the entire surface and see how it works
well enough with the first wetting. The results will be surprising for the observers. The strong 
odors vanishes and the atmosphere will be much better. 

How can we use NOP with Turkeys:

Please note that for turkeys the litter has to be sprayed every 5th. week.
 That is 3 times with 50% more for each application. With this manner 
of application the
USA farmers had their best results.

 

                             General   Observations

1. No overturning (up side down) by your workers of the bedding at all.  
    Leave the bedding  as they are without moving.  Stop the bad habit  of  turning the bedding upside down. This habit should be stopped immediately after spraying No-Odor Poultry. This daily-labor this daily work should be stopped. and saved. If you do that apply a new spray.

Every time the litter is moved the protective layer of NOP is pushed under and is not as effective.

2.      Check daily no water leakage. If you find a part or a square meter of bedding wet with water.  Remove it outside the barn and , and dry the place  then put instead new dry newly sprayed with NOP straw or bedding and place instead.

3. Keep always some NOP on the farm for this purpose .. . for such situations.

4. At the beginning of the Fourth week, (and here starts the bad ammonia from this day on),  apply a booster application where you use half the quantity… a liter sprays 250 sq. m, spray with a backpack sprayer that has a pressure gauge on the spray wand that is fitted with a very fine nozzle. The hand pump can be activated during spraying to always keep the same pressure in order to have the same amount of NOP coming out of the nozzle. 2 persons must do this together, one walks 2 to 3 meters in front of the persons that is spraying and moves the chickens away from in front so that we assure that most of the sprayed NOP goes onto the litter bedding and not on the chickens. It will not harm the chickens but we spray so little that we want it all on the litter. With Turkeys we do this all the time. With chickens we only spray once for 40 to 46 days but on wood shavings or saw dust not straw.

Please remember that if there is no concrete floor only ground then the ground must be sprayed once and then again over the fresh bedding when you first start treating a shed. You understand that the ground is completely polluted with ammonia from years of use and it is constantly giving off ammonia and smells. The second time this is not required.  On straw it is more difficult because straw is not as absorbent as wood and unless it is also split not just cut there will be more moisture that can produce ammonia.

In order to constantly get good results you should always start with a completely cleaned out shed for the first application of NOP. On concrete cleaned floors we only spray the fresh bedding on earth floors we always first spray the ground and then the fresh bedding. Never try to start when the old untreated litter has been left on the ground. This spent old litter is full of ammonia, much more than any treated layer would have and will reduce the effectiveness of NOP as it must now take away almost 4 times as much ammonia! Please make sure that the entire surface of the shed is sprayed.

 The straw should be 3 to 3.5 cm of wood shavings or saw dust are used. In Winter it could be up to 4.5 to 5 cm in the colder parts of the country. Wood shavings are the best material if available and cheap.

 

 

Slash Group

334 King Fiasal st., Giza , Egypt

No-Odor Poultry Trial Questionnaire

 

 

The following is the minimum required information to be entered in our records and to assure the right amount of NO-Odor Poultry to be sprayed on a particular farm. This is a free demo of the product and results must be shared with the Distributor.

 

1. What is the exact size of the sheds that will be used? …………………………………………………………
How many sheds to be treated? …………………………………………………………

Preferred starting date with a completely cleaned out shed? …………………………………………………

          

Always use a shed that has identical control shed on the same farm*.

 * Identical in size, chicken sex, type, density, growth period and feed, conditions such as geographic orientation and raising conditions and final weight.

 

2. What is the number of chickens per square meter? …………… Poultry type? …………………………

 

3. Final expected weight? …………………………………………………………………..…………………………

 

4. Bedding type used and weight per square meter and/or spread height? …………………..…

  Floor type? ………………………………………..………………………………..……..

 

5. Feed: % content of rendered fish?  ………  Rendered poultry?        Poultry fat?             Bone?

 

6. Average duration of growth cycle? …………………………………………………….…………………………………

 

7. Average feed conversion factor. …………………………………………………………………………………….……

 

8. Projected starting dates? ………………………………………………………………..………………………………………

 

9. How many sheds are to be treated? ………………………………………………..………………………………………

 

10. Do you have computerized and or automated controls? ……………………………………………………

 

11. Additional information if there are variations in size and weight or other factors for different sheds to be treated.   ………..……………………………………………………

 

12. Name of farmer,    Farm address and phone/email,. …………………………………………………………   

13 Treated shed/s number(s)?   ………………………………………………………………………………………………              

      Control shed/s number(s)?…………………………………………………………………………………………………     

 

Total number of sheds on farm?  ……………………………………………………………………………………………

 

 

   Signature:  ………………………………                                  Date:    ……….. /  ……   /2002