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Broiler 8: Feeders, Drinkers and Equipment

  • (Select your preferred system of broiler rearing:

    - All-In-All-Out: handling only one batch of broiler hens at any one time of single age group - housed in a single poultry housing accommodation. Broilers reared under this system are brought to market every 6-7 weeks. )

    - Multiple: handling multiple batches of broiler hens at any one time, having birds of varying ages of development - yet distributed among age segregated poultry housing. Broilers reared under this system are brought to market either weekly, or fortnightly.
  • (How many birds do you you expect to die on average per batch bought? Absolute number.)
  • (Enter your proposed size of batch - no. of birds each cycle of rearing)
  • Equipment, Feeder & Drinkers

    (This chapter highlights the equipment needs of your proposed poultry farm and the related costs)
  • (Feeders & Drinkers - this is where you share your research on feeders and drinkers for serving your flocks of broiler birds)
  • (Input the officially recognised figures for recommended brooder chicks per feeder)
  • (Estimate the recommended number of circular feeders for your preferred batch size - reference FAO and manufacturer guidelines)
  • (According to FAO and manufacturer guidelines)
  • (Estimate the recommended number of circular drinkers for your preferred batch size - reference FAO and manufacturer guidelines)
  • (Feeder & Drinker Equipment - in this section, declare the capital costs of purchasing your feeder and drinker equipment for your proposed poultry farm)
  • (What is the best quote for the most suitable bird feeder for your proposed poultry project?)
  • (Total cost of your required bird feeders)
  • (What is the best quote for the most suitable bird drinker for your proposed poultry project?)
  • (Total cost of your required bird waterers)
  • Preparation Equipment
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  • Total Equipment Cost

  • (Abbreviate your local currency. For example, Rs. for Indian Rupees.)