A Natural Chicken House with never a smell!:This is how!

A Natural Chicken House with never a smell!:This is how!

Master Cho’s NF book

NF chicken housing is designed carefully utilize the nature’s power and to suit
the habits, instincts and behaviors of the residents ( Chickens!)

* Roof
and wall

The roof has a window. The roof window allows sunlight to come
in and the sun light will always shed light on 1/3 of the floor throughout the
day. This bright area shifts as the sun moves, and the whole floor gets a chance
to see the sun once ( and is disinfected). The ratio of 1:2 of sun and shade is
also ideal for microorganisms to grow.

Roof is made from galvanied zinc
sheet which is a good heat conductor. The roof becomes hot so does air beneath
it. The hot air escapes through the window and cool wind comes in from the open
walls (convection). The wind takes away moisture from the floor, controlling the
dampness. The walls are made of net at the front and back and has curtain to
control air flow.

* Floor

Floor MUST be touching soil. Chop rice
straw in 3 cm length and cover the floor at depth of 7 cm (3 cm for broilers).
The soil floor with straw carpet mixes with enzymes on the straw, nutrients in
chicken feces, microorganisms and NF inputs (FPJ, LAB, IMO,etc). Air convection
povides ideal moisture level on the floor for the IMOs. From April to November,
the floor dries up easily so spray water 1-2 times week ( this may differ
depending on the regions)
Because IMOs are active in the floor, they break
down chicken feces. That is why the chicken house has no smell. Chicken feed on
the fermented products of their feces. You do not remove the feces, continue
rearing for 10, 20 years without cleaning. Just take it out when you want
fertilizers. Take out only 1/2 of the fermanted feces because removing them
completly may have negative effect on the chickens. That is why you have no
waste,wastewater,excretions to go treatment.
All treatment is done on the
floor. The floor is feed producer,fertilizer factory and waste treatment
plant.

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