This course will provide an in-depth exploration of the nutritional requirements of poultry and the application of various feeding technologies to meet those requirements. We will cover six major points in this course, starting with energy. Poultry require energy for their metabolic processes and physical activity. We will discuss the sources of energy in poultry feed and the appropriate levels required for different stages of growth and production. The second point will be protein. Protein is essential for building and repairing body tissues, as well as for egg and meat production. We will discuss the sources of protein in poultry feed and the optimal levels required for different life stages and production goals. Next, we will delve into fat. Fat is a source of energy and a carrier of fat-soluble vitamins. We will discuss the role of fat in poultry feed, the different sources available, and the appropriate levels for different production goals. The fourth point is vitamins. Vitamins are essential nutrients required in small amounts for various functions in the body, such as growth and immune function. We will cover the different types of vitamins needed by poultry and the recommended levels for each. The fifth point will be minerals. Minerals are essential for bone development, nerve function, and other physiological processes. We will explore the different types of minerals required by poultry and the appropriate levels needed. Finally, we will discuss water. Water is crucial for poultry health and performance, and we will cover the importance of clean, fresh water and the appropriate amounts required for different stages of growth and production. By the end of this course, you will have a thorough understanding of poultry feed nutrition and the practical application of feeding technologies to achieve optimal growth, health, and production in poultry.