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BROILER CHICKEN PRODUCTION BUSINESS PLAN
by Faisal Sulaiman
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Starting Broiler Poultry Farming Business Plan (PDF)
The world’s insatiable appetite for poultry meat has made broiler poultry farming an attractive and lucrative venture for entrepreneurs and farmers alike. Whether you’re a seasoned agricultural enthusiast or someone looking to venture into the world of poultry farming for the first time, starting a broiler poultry farming business can be a rewarding and profitable endeavor. The broiler poultry farming business is not merely about rearing chickens; it represents a thriving sector that caters to the insatiable global appetite for poultry meat. With a steadily growing global population and a shift towards healthier protein choices, the demand for chicken products has skyrocketed, creating a robust market for broiler farmers. This increasing demand, coupled with advancements in breeding techniques, nutrition, and management practices, presents an enticing opportunity for entrepreneurs to not only meet consumer needs but also reap huge profits. It is a highly rewarding business if done properly. Essential things required to build a profitable broiler poultry farming business include : knowledge of how to keep broiler chickens, good poultry business management skills, and a good poultry farming business plan. This article will outline how to start the broiler chickens business, and the broiler poultry farming business plan – PDF, Word and Excel.
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The Broiler Poultry Farming Business Model revolves around a straightforward yet highly profitable process. It all begins with the purchase of day-old chicks, which serve as the foundation of your broiler flock. These chicks are carefully selected for their genetic potential to achieve rapid growth and efficient meat production. Once in your care, you provide them with the appropriate housing, ensuring optimal conditions for their growth and development. A crucial aspect of broiler farming is the efficient management of their diet, as the major expenses in this venture are attributed to the cost of day-old chicks and feed.
As the chicks grow, typically within a span of 5-7 weeks, they reach maturity, and this is when you can reap the rewards of your efforts. The broilers can be sold in two main forms: as live birds or as dressed birds, depending on the preferences of your target market. The revenue generated from selling these mature broilers significantly exceeds the input costs and operational expenses, resulting in a healthy profit margin. What makes this business model particularly attractive is its repetitiveness throughout the year, allowing you to maintain a consistent stream of income by continually raising and selling batches of broilers. This cyclical approach to broiler farming ensures financial stability and growth in your poultry venture.
Land for Broiler Poultry Farming
Selecting the right land is a fundamental step in establishing a successful broiler poultry farming operation. The choice of land can significantly impact the efficiency and profitability of your venture. When acquiring land for broiler poultry farming, it’s crucial to consider several key factors. Firstly, the location and accessibility of the land are paramount. The site should be easily reachable by road to facilitate the transportation of feed, day-old chicks, and mature birds, while also being situated at a distance away from residential or industrial areas to avoid unwanted noise and odors for neighboring inhabitants. Proximity to markets and suppliers can also reduce logistical challenges and costs.
Furthermore, ensure that sufficient water supply is readily available at the broiler farm, as water is essential for the health and well-being of the birds. Access to electricity is equally important to power the necessary equipment and lighting systems. To mitigate the risk of flooding, it’s advisable to construct the broiler house on elevated land with proper drainage systems in place. Low-lying areas should be avoided, as they are prone to flooding and can jeopardize the safety and well-being of your broiler flock. Also consider the availability of affordable labor, as staffing costs can significantly impact the profitability of your broiler chicken farming business.
You must assess zoning and regulatory requirements in the area to ensure that poultry farming is permitted. Compliance with local laws is essential to avoid legal issues. The size and layout of the land should be sufficient to accommodate your planned broiler housing, feed storage, and other necessary infrastructure. You should also consider environmental conditions, access to utilities, soil quality, security, and biosecurity measures. Evaluating these factors, along with the cost of land, will help you make an informed decision.
Broiler Poultry Housing
Good housing is an important aspect of the broiler poultry farming business. A good broiler house has the following features : it protects the broiler birds from adverse weather conditions, has a good ventilation system, gives adequate space for the broilers to move around, provides easy access to feed and water. Failure to provide good housing for your broilers will lead to disastrous loses for your poultry farming business. The broiler chicken house should be constructed in such a way that its long axis is in a east-west direction – this helps by minimizing the amount of sunlight that would enter the broiler house. A proper ventilation system should be available in the broiler house so as to provide fresh air to the birds and remove excess heat and moisture. The broiler chicken house should be designed to deal with both extremes – hot weather and cold weather. Good temperature control will enhance feed conversion and growth rate, making your broiler poultry farming business more profitable. The broiler poultry farming business plan should include the costs of the BROILER housing construction.
Equipment for Poultry Farm
Adequate poultry equipment is essential for raising healthy and profitable broiler chickens. Essential equipment for a broiler poultry farm include feeding equipment. Broilers chickens should have easy access to the poultry feeds – this is made possible by purchasing the right type of feeders. Good feeding equipment should : have a safe design for the chickens, provide clean & fresh feed to the broilers, offer easy access to the feed, and be easy to clean. You can use manual feeders or automatic feeding system depending on the size of your broiler poultry farm and your budget. Drinking equipment are also required when raising broiler chickens. Broilers should always have access to water as water is an important component which supports the growth of broiler chickens. Drinking equipment for broilers can be : water basin, automatic belly waterer, nipple drinker or manual drinker. Each type of poultry drinking equipment has its own advantages and disadvantages. Other additional equipment for a poultry farm include lighting system, heaters, brooders, weighing scales and waste disposal system. The cost of poultry farm equipment should be included in the poultry farming business plan.
Broiler Day Old Chicks
Healthy broiler day old chicks are required for you to be profitable in your poultry farming business. Good quality chicks will minimize the rate of mortality thus ensuring that a high number of birds will survive up to maturity – which implies more profitability for your broiler chickens farming business. Features of good quality broiler day old chicks include : a deep yellow colour, large well developed chick, navels which are well closed, no deformity on the body and the chicks should be active and alert. Research about your chicks supplier before purchasing – always buy the day old chicks from reputable and accredited hatcheries. You can also consult other poultry farmers on where they purchase their day old chicks from. Day old chicks should be handled with care when transporting them to your farm to avoid mortality during the transportation. The broiler poultry farming business plan should include the costs of acquiring the broiler day old chicks.
Feed And Nutrition
Feed is required to support the growth of the broiler chickens. Broiler chickens require a variety of nutrients inorder to stay healthy and grow to their full potential. If you fail to provide adequate feed to the birds, they may die , or fail to reach the target weights, which may lead to financial loss of your poultry farming venture. Essential nutrients required by broiler chickens include proteins, vitamins, carbohydrates and minerals. These nutrients are all found in commercial broiler stock feeds. There are 3 types of broiler feeds which are given to the birds at different growth stages. These are Broiler Starter feeds, Broiler Grower feeds, and Broiler Finisher feeds. Water is also required to support efficient growth of the broiler chickens. You will also need a b roiler stress pack/vitamin supplements which can be used to promote growth of commercial broilers and chicks, and also to combat stress during periods of high temperature, after vaccination and as an aid in recovery from disease to boost performance of the stock. All the feed costs should be included in your poultry farming business plan.
Health and Disease Management
Maintaining the health of your broiler flock is a paramount responsibility in your poultry farming business. A proactive and comprehensive health management program is crucial to prevent diseases and ensure the well-being of your birds. In some areas vaccinations maybe necessary to protect your broilers from common poultry diseases. Consult with a veterinarian to establish a vaccination schedule tailored to your specific location and the prevalent diseases in your region. Additionally, strict biosecurity measures must be in place to prevent the introduction and spread of diseases. This includes controlling access to your farm, disinfecting equipment and vehicles, and establishing quarantine areas for new birds. Regularly monitor the health of your flock through routine inspections, and be prepared to take immediate action if any signs of illness or distress are observed.
In the event of disease outbreaks, it’s crucial to have a contingency plan in place. Isolate infected birds to prevent the spread of disease and consult with a veterinarian to determine the appropriate treatment or culling measures. Timely and effective response is critical in minimizing the impact of disease on your broiler flock and, ultimately, your profitability. Regularly educate yourself and your farm staff on best practices in poultry health management, as staying informed about emerging diseases and treatment options is vital. By prioritizing the health of your broilers and implementing robust disease management strategies, you can reduce mortality rates, enhance the overall quality of your poultry products, and maintain a healthy and profitable broiler poultry farming business.
Management and Labour for Broiler Poultry Business
The number of farm workers you need will depend on the size of your poultry farming business project. If you are running a small poultry farm business e.g. 100 birds/cycle, you and your family may be enough to take care of the birds, but if you are rearing 2000 birds per cycle, you will need full time employees to manage the poultry farm. There is need for good technical knowledge of broiler poultry farming rearing techniques for success in the business, and good management skills.
Capital for Broiler Poultry Farming Business
The amount of capital required for the broiler poultry business depends on the scale of the project. You can get a loan from the bank, or funding from investors, to use as capital to start your poultry farming business. If you plan to raise capital from investors and a loan from the bank, you need a good poultry farming business plan. If you don’t have access to investors and bank loan, you can use your personal savings and start small, and grow your business overtime. Broiler chickens are very profitable, so if you reinvest the profits you get, you can quickly grow. Even if you are not planning to get a loan, you should still get a broiler poultry farming business plan doc to guide you in starting and operating the business.
A well-defined marketing plan is an essential component of any successful broiler poultry farming business. It’s not enough to raise healthy broilers; you must also effectively reach your target market and convince potential customers to choose your poultry products. One crucial step in this process is identifying your target market. Are you catering to local consumers, butcheries, restaurants, supermarkets, or wholesalers? Understanding your ideal customers will help you tailor your marketing efforts effectively. Once you’ve identified your audience, you can move on to product branding and packaging, creating a strong brand identity for your poultry products. Eye-catching packaging and branding can make your products stand out on the market shelves and attract consumer attention. Developing a competitive pricing strategy that reflects your production costs, market demand, and your product’s perceived value is essential. Consider offering promotions or discounts to attract initial customers.
In today’s digital age, having an online presence is crucial. Create a professional website and use social media platforms to showcase your products, share farm updates, and engage with potential customers. Invest in advertising and promotion to create awareness about your broiler poultry farm, utilizing both online and offline marketing channels. Building strong relationships with your customers, providing excellent customer service, and staying adaptable by monitoring market trends and consumer preferences are all key components of a successful marketing plan. By developing a comprehensive strategy that encompasses these elements, you can effectively promote your broiler poultry products, establish a strong brand presence, and attract a loyal customer base, ultimately contributing to the long-term success and sustainability of your broiler poultry farming business.
Market for Broiler Chickens
The market for broiler chickens is very huge and is ever increasing. The annual global demand of broiler chickens is 130 million tonnes. That’s a lot! You can supply your broiler chickens to individual households, butchers, schools, restaurants, companies, supermarkets, organizations, events, abattoirs etc. You can sell your broilers as live birds or you can slaughter and freeze them and sell them as dressed chicken. The broiler poultry farming business plan ought to include a proper marketing plan to use in your poultry farming business.
The export market is also very huge! As you grow your broiler production business you will be able to export the meat to other countries. The largest importer of broiler chickens is the Gulf Cooperation Council, which is a as a political and economic alliance by six Middle Eastern countries which are Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Currently, the top producers of broiler chickens are United States of America, Brazil, China, European Union, India, Russia, Mexico, Argentina, Turkey, Thailand and Indonesia. The largest importers of the meat include the previously mentioned Gulf Cooperation Council, Japan, Mexico, European Union, Iraq, South Africa, China, Honk Kong, and Philippines.
Keys to Profitability in Broiler Poultry Farming
Profitability in your broiler poultry farming business hinges on several crucial factors that span the entire production cycle. Efficient feed management is paramount, as feed expenses often represent a significant portion of your costs. To maximize profitability, invest in high-quality feed, closely monitor feed conversion rates, and avoid overfeeding to minimize waste. Maintaining the health of your broiler flock is equally essential. Implement a robust health management program that includes regular vaccinations, stringent biosecurity measures, and proactive monitoring to prevent diseases and reduce mortality rates. By keeping your broilers healthy, you can reduce the need for costly treatments and ensure steady growth.
The environment in which your broilers are raised plays a pivotal role in profitability. Adequate housing and ventilation are critical components of this equation. Your housing facilities should provide a comfortable environment with proper ventilation, temperature control, and insulation to minimize stress and promote optimal growth. Efficient staffing is also key to managing day-to-day operations effectively. Well-trained and knowledgeable staff can help reduce errors, improve productivity, and ensure the overall welfare of your broilers. Additionally, market timing is a critical consideration. Monitoring market trends and aligning your broiler sales with market demand can significantly impact your profitability. By optimizing the timing of your sales, you can secure higher selling prices and enhance your overall financial performance.
Another aspect of profitability involves resource management. Efficiently utilize resources like water and electricity to minimize waste and operational costs. Consider exploring renewable energy sources as a sustainable approach to resource management. Responsible scaling is essential as well. While expanding your broiler poultry farming business can lead to increased profits, it’s crucial to do so prudently, ensuring you have the necessary resources and market demand to support growth without straining your finances.
Advantages of Broiler Poultry Farming Business
Engaging in a broiler poultry farming business presents a range of compelling advantages that make it an enticing venture in the agricultural industry. Firstly, the rapid turnaround to profitability is a standout feature. Broilers are known for their efficient growth, reaching market weight in just 5 to 7 weeks. This means that farmers can realize a relatively fast return on investment compared to other livestock enterprises, making broiler farming an attractive option for those seeking quicker financial returns.
Furthermore, the steady and ever-increasing demand for poultry meat, especially chicken, is a significant driving force behind the success of broiler poultry farming. The affordability, versatility, and perceived health benefits of chicken contribute to a consistent and growing market. This ensures stability and reduces the risks associated with market fluctuations and seasonal variations, providing farmers with a reliable source of income.
Another advantage is the relatively low initial investment required to start a broiler poultry farm. Compared to some other livestock businesses, broiler farming demands less capital in terms of infrastructure and equipment. This accessibility enables individuals with limited financial resources to enter the poultry farming industry without significant financial barriers. Moreover, broilers’ remarkable feed conversion efficiency minimizes feed costs, contributing to overall profitability, as less feed is needed to produce a unit of meat compared to many other livestock species. These advantages make broiler poultry farming a compelling and potentially lucrative endeavor. However, it’s essential to approach this business with proper planning, management, and dedication to ensure long-term success and sustainability.
Why You Need A Broiler Poultry Farming Business Plan
A well-structured business plan is an indispensable tool when embarking on a broiler poultry farming business. Its importance lies in its ability to provide a clear vision and direction for your venture, outlining your goals, strategies, and action plans. This strategic roadmap helps you stay focused on your long-term objectives, guiding your business decisions and preventing distractions or unexpected challenges from derailing your progress. Furthermore, a well-prepared business plan helps you identify potential risks and challenges that may arise during the course of your broiler poultry farming venture. By recognizing these risks upfront, you can develop contingency plans to mitigate them effectively.
Financial management is another crucial aspect of a business plan. Your business plan outlines the resources required for your broiler poultry farm, including land, housing, equipment, and labor. This information is essential for efficient resource allocation and management. With a clear understanding of your resource needs, you can plan for timely acquisitions, allocate resources optimally, and avoid unnecessary expenses. It allows you to estimate the initial investment required to start your broiler poultry farm and project future expenses and revenues. By meticulously detailing your financial projections, you gain valuable insights into budgeting, resource allocation, and pricing strategies. This financial foresight is invaluable in ensuring that your business remains financially viable and sustainable over time.
If you seek external funding or investors for your broiler poultry farming business, a well-structured business plan serves as a powerful communication tool. It conveys your vision, strategies, and financial projections to potential investors or lenders, instilling confidence in your venture’s viability. A compelling business plan can significantly improve your chances of securing the necessary capital for your farm’s growth and development.
Pre-Written Broiler Poultry Farming Business Plan (PDF, Word And Excel): Comprehensive Version, Short Funding/Bank Loan Version and Automated Financial Statements
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Uses of the Broiler Chicken Farming Business Plan (PDF, WORD AND EXCEL)
The broiler poultry farming business plan can be used for many purposes including:
- Raising capital from investors/friends/relatives
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- Assessing profitability of the broiler chicken business
- Finding a business partner
- Assessing the initial start-up costs so that you know how much to save
- Manual for current business owners to help in business and strategy formulation
Contents of the Broiler Poultry Farming Business Plan (PDF, WORD AND EXCEL)
The poultry farming business plan includes, but not limited to:
- Marketing Strategy
- Financial Statements (monthly cash flow projections, income statements, cash flow statements, balance sheets, break even analysis, payback period analysis, start-up costs, financial graphs, revenue and expenses, Bank Loan Amortization)
- Risk Analysis
- Industry Analysis
- Market Analysis
- SWOT & PEST Analysis
- Operational Requirements (Including technical aspects of how to keep and rear the broilers, feed requirements etc)
- Operational Strategy
- Why some people in broiler poultry farming business fail, so that you can avoid their mistakes
- Ways to raise capital to start your broiler poultry business
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- Broiler Chicken Production Automated Financial Statements – (Editable Excel File)
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Broiler Poultry Farming Business Frequently Asked Questions
How do i start a broiler poultry farm.
To start a broiler poultry farm you require day old chicks, poultry housing, equipment and feed. You should also have a ready market for your broilers to ensure that you can quickly sell them when they mature. A good broiler poultry farming business plan is also required before you venture into this business.
How much space do I need for 1000 broilers?
Broiler chickens should have adequate space in their housing. Each broiler chicken should have about 0.1 square meters of space. This implies that for 1000 broilers, you require 100 square meters space for broilers.
How many bags of feed do I need for 100 broilers?
Broiler chickens require 16 bags of 25Kg broiler feed to reach maturity. This implies that broilers require 8 bags of poultry feed if they are 50kg bags. These bags consist of broiler starter feed, broiler grower feed and broiler finisher feed.
Is broiler poultry farming profitable?
Broiler poultry farming business is very profitable if done the correct way. You need to ensure that you buy good quality chicks, and take good care of them to minimize mortality, then adequately feed them so that they reach the target weight at maturity. It’s essential that you have a ready market which offers good prices to ensure profitability of your poultry farming business.
Which feed is best for broilers?
Broiler stock feeds are the best for commercial broiler poultry farming business. Buy your broiler chicken feed from reputable stock feed suppliers. Broiler 3-phase feeding programs consist of broiler starter feed, broiler grower feed and broiler finisher feed. Only use home-made feed if you have the necessary feed production expertise.
What are the 3 types of chickens?
The 3 types of chickens are broilers, layers and free range chickens. This leads to 3 different poultry farming businesses which are the broiler chicken production business, the layers egg production business and the free range chicken farming business.
What’s the broiler poultry farming business model?
The broiler poultry farming business model involves purchasing day old chicks which you then feed over a period of 6-7 weeks and then sell for a profit. The major expenses of a broiler poultry farming business are feed and day old chicks. The broiler chicken farming business model is very straight forward, if you follow good poultry management skills and business practices you will be profitable.
How is profit calculated in poultry farming business?
To calculate profit in broiler poultry farming business, you need to know your revenue and all the business expenses. You then deduct the expenses from the revenue to get your profit. The revenue comes from selling the broiler chickens after they mature. The expenses include input costs like feed, day old chicks, and medication. Operational expenses should also be included like salaries and transport costs. Taking all these factors into consideration will give you the true profit of your poultry farming business. An advantage of the broiler poultry farming business plan is that it lays out all the revenues, expenses and profits of the business.
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Broiler rearing for meat is very amazing, interesting and a profitable experience. Whether you’re doing this on large scale or small scale, it is a rewarding process. The term broiler production refers to rearing of poultry breeds or birds that have a high productivity of meat. Under good management and in the long run, broiler farming is a lucrative business.
The broiler chicken is a special species of poultry as it is scientifically made to produce more meat in a very short period of time say 6-9 weeks when they weigh around 6 pounds. One of the most dominant Broiler chickens being reared for meat is the Cornish. But before venturing into this kind of business, you have to learn and comprehend some requirements. What are the key factors to keep broiler chickens? Let’s check out some of the significant factors that you should look out for.
Preparation of the House for Broiler Chicken Farming
One of the essential factors of broiler keeping is their house. Whatever design or structure that you build for your broiler chicken business, it will somehow have an impact on the overall outcome of your business. Therefore, ensure that you follow all the regulations and processes recommended by experts in building a house for broiler production. Discussed below are some of the guidelines to follow.
- The regular distance from one house to another should be around 12 meters.
- Install new or maintain the available equipment in the house with heaters, feeders, drinkers and fans all functioning appropriately.
- The house should be thoroughly cleaned before the chicks are brought in. wash the ceiling, sidewalks, walls, and equipment. After cleaning, disinfect the building and ensure the ventilation is working correctly.
- The insects should be run off with a blow lamp
- The heating system should be checked and monitored to ensure it is working rightly.
- Moderate temperatures should be maintained in the house.
Avoid challenges by performing good sanitation, rodent & fly control during the rearing period.
Equipment for Broiler Production
The right equipment in the house will ensure that you have a smooth operation and easy management of your broilers. Hightop poultry farm equipment offers one of the best equipment for broiler production. From broiler cage to layer chicken cage and poultry farm equipment, this company has specialized in this field to offer the best putting in mind what their customer needs. Their chicken farm equipment are very efficient and effective at a very good cost.
Below are some of the broiler farm equipment that you should consider having.
- To have a heat source, you will need an electric or gas brooder . It is recommended to use a 250 watt heat lamp for 50 chicks.
- Use small chicken feeders for younger chicks and larger ones as they grow older.
- Use small glass jar waterers when chicks are small and adjust to a larger one as they grow old.
- The litter or bedding for the chicks in this case can be dry and clean sawdust, wood shaving, straw or shredded paper.
Environmental Conditions for Broiler Production
The temperature condition around the broilers is very important for broiler farming and should be treated with high discipline. Failure to-do-so, this might lead to some problems for the broilers. Two days before bringing the chicks to the firm, you should check the temperature of the broiler house. For the first week, the temperature should read around 350°C and it will reduce slowly at a rate of 2.80°C per week. This mostly relies on the temperature outside. The litter or bedding of the chicken has to be around 5 to 6 inch in depth. If there is a chance, you can keep some straw in the chicken bed. The bed should be cleaned every two weeks and if it becomes very wet, you can use lime as it absorbs ammonia gas.
In addition, the temperature at bird height should be 86° t0 90° F. In winter or during very cold periods, run the heat for longer periods to ensure that the floor is okay. When chicks get cold, they don’t feed and might starve to deaf. When the right conditions are observed, the Broilers will grow fast with little problems. This further reduces the overall costs incurred in treatment and other challenges experienced.
Feed and Water for Broiler Keeping
The most important factor in broiler rearing is the chicken feed. When you provide proper and quality feeds to your broilers, you will obtain great results. The broilers consume the feed and convert it to meat. For the farmer to be successful, they should give their broilers the right feed. Broiler poultry requires a high ratio of proteins in their feed for them to grow well. Vitamins are also needed such as A, B2 and B12 among others. To keep the broilers from diseases, they should be disinfected too.
The broiler consumes on the feed and water all day and night thus, ensure that these two are available 24/7 in the chicken house. Ensure that the water and feed are present in their cages. Good Broiler chicken cage such as those provide by Hightop broiler cage is ideal and easier to feed your broilers. Ensure you have one of them for efficient operation. During winter, the farmer should provide warm water to the broilers. When feeding your chickens, here are few things to know:
- Give the feed four different times in a day
- Give clean and fresh water every time
- The water and feed provided should be equivalent to the chicks available
- During summers, the Broilers take more water
- In the first weeks, give the chicks a lot of feed before their restricted feeding begins.
- The feeding time after restricted should be consistent day-in day-out.
Vaccinations for Broiler Rearing
The broilers require optimal conditions for them to be safe and secure from any diseases. But in most cases, this is difficult to attain. Vaccinating the broilers is a sure way of preventing them from the common diseases that might affect them. Hence, vaccinating them protects them from such threats in the long run. The vaccination process should be done correctly to ensure that all birds receive the vaccine and are protected.
When the birds are being vaccinated, it is required that within two hours of vaccine dilution all the birds should have taken a drink. Water vaccination is the best as all you need to do is to get every bird to drink the vaccinated water. The older the birds are, the more the volume of the vaccine should be.
Marketing of the broiler chickens shouldn’t pose any challenge to the farmer as there is a ready market worldwide. As long as your meat weighs correctly, you will get good rewards in return. All the effort should be put in rearing of Broiler chickens. That’s where the big challenge lies. With the right house, chicken feeds, equipment and management of the broiler chicken farm, you can be assured to make great profits out of this Business.
Things to know when starting broiler chicken farming
For great results and profitable broiler poultry farming business, here are some few facts that you should be enlightened about.
- Before the chicks arrive, ensure the chicken broiler houses are clean, tidy and fit for the broiler chicken. Install all the required equipment like the broiler cages .
- In the broiler production, the total cost spent on their food is very high. It accounts to about 65% of the total cost.
- Less food should be provided in broiler food. This should also be offered in warm water.
- The broiler poultry usually consumes 64% of protein from its food.
- The broiler chickens consume more food during winter than summer seasons.
- Proper vaccination and treatment should be provided to broilers as they affected by diseases easily.
After reviewing the key factors that should be looked out for when rearing broilers, you can now invest in this business with full knowledge of what to do and the precautions to take at every step until they are ready to be processed. Rearing broiler chicken at home has become popular as it is said that high quality and nutritious meat is produced. Also, the broiler chicken raised at home is much older and weighs heavier than those in supermarkets. But considering the cost incurred, rearing them at home is much more expensive than on a large scale basis.
The best way to rear broilers is by large scale production. Large scale broiler production lowers the cost of equipment, feeds, vaccination and overall management. The broiler should have a clean environment in which they are reared and be well caged in the best broiler cage like those from Hightop poultry farm equipment. The company offers one of the best cages and other equipment in the market.
Broiler chicken farming and broiler production can be a challenge, but with the right process, equipment and management, be ready to make huge returns in a short period of time.
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