This course aims to provide an overview of the feeding and management practices for grower chickens, a crucial stage in the chicken's growth cycle. Firstly, we will discuss the objectives of raising grower chickens, which include achieving maximum growth rate and weight gain, maintaining good health, and preparing them for the laying stage.We will also explore the physiological characteristics of grower chickens, including their dietary requirements, digestive system, and environmental needs. Understanding these characteristics will help us develop appropriate feeding and management practices to ensure optimal growth and health.The key points of feeding and management that will be covered in this course include feed formulation, feeding frequency and quantity, water management, disease prevention, and environmental control. We will discuss best practices for each of these areas, including the use of appropriate feed ingredients and additives, monitoring feed consumption, maintaining a clean water source, and implementing biosecurity measures. Finally, we will touch on other feeding and management practices, including lighting programs, vaccination schedules, and record-keeping. These practices are essential for successful grower chicken rearing, and we will discuss their importance and how to implement them effectively. By the end of this course, you will have a comprehensive understanding of the feeding and management practices for grower chickens, and be equipped with the knowledge to raise healthy and productive birds.