How to Start Poultry Farming for Beginners [The Complete Business Guide]

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How long have you been trying to get a guide that talks about poultry farming for beginners?

Yea, yea! I have been there too.

That’s why I have written this detailed guide to teach you how to start a profitable poultry farming business.

Just a minute!

Let me try to guess who you are in one of these three sentences below.

  1. You are a beginner in poultry farming business
  2. Some time ago, you bought a few birds to rear, but most of them died.
  3. Thirdly, you are looking for a profitable agro-business venture to invest in.

It really doesn’t matter which sentence best describes you, what matters is that you have found the right information that will help you in your poultry business.

Let’s dive in immediately!

It’s not a new saying that the poultry farming business is a very lucrative agribusiness.

With the information you will get in this poultry farming guide for beginners, you will be well on your way to starting a profitable poultry farming business in Nigeria.

Oh! One more thing…

I have included a poultry farming video at the end of this article.

Make sure you watch the video till the end as it holds a lot of vital information for you.

What is Poultry Farming?

Poultry farming refers to the raising of various types of domestic birds commercially to produce meat, eggs, and feathers. 

In this poultry farming for beginners guide, our focus will be on fowl, but we all know it as Chicken.

I know you are probably asking, why choose chicken farming?

Chicken is the most common type of poultry in the world.

They are relatively cheaper and easy to raise in comparison to livestock like cattle or pigs.

As a result, chickens have become prevalent throughout the cuisine of cultures around the world.

Chicken meat and eggs are among the major sources of animal protein many people consume besides snail, pork, beef, and fish

butchered chicken carcass
Whole chicken and Chicken cuts

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Is poultry farming profitable?

Poultry farming is a very profitable agribusiness.

But you need to know how to manage a poultry farm very well to succeed in this business.

Also, you need to pay attention to the marketing and sales aspects of your business.

Every poultry farmer desires to make good sales after every harvest.

Many families who go into poultry farming do so at a small scale to fulfill the animal nutrition demand for their homes.  

However, large-scale or commercial-scale poultry farming offers an opportunity for poultry farmers to earn a large amount of money. 

If you can run it properly under acceptable methods and conditions conducive to the birds, you will find that poultry farming is a highly profitable business.

Poultry Farming For Beginners

Over time, I have received several questions regarding the issue of starting a poultry farming business. 

My answer has always been the same, “you can’t learn everything about poultry farming in one day.”

Each type of farming business follows specific operational principles for making a good profit. 

When such principles are not carefully followed by the farm management, it results in serious losses for the owners.

Things to Know Before Starting a Poultry Farm?

Whether chicken meat production, egg production, or a combination of the two, you must understand the principles of running a profitable poultry farming business.

deep litter system for poultry farming
Deep litter system of poultry farming

So before starting, it is wise to learn some more about the business or intern under a poultry farmer. 

Take some time to investigate why many poultry farmers make good profits from poultry farming while many others fail. 

Many poultry farmers, especially beginners, are no longer in business because they cannot operate their poultry farms properly, thus they lose money. 

Many farmers go into the poultry business without a well-written poultry business plan.

This is very bad for business.

As a poultry farmer, you must have a poultry business plan that will guide your business.

You have to do everything timely and according to a plan.

Writing a poultry business plan is an advanced-level study.

Let’s focus on discussing poultry farming for beginners.

A successful poultry farming business involves a lot of work so it takes passion to pull through. 

But, it is easy when you make your passion hobby, take the pressure off, and have fun.

How to Start Poultry Farming in Nigeria

Before starting a poultry farming business in Nigeria, you need to first go through the steps below.

1. Learn poultry farming from the nearest poultry farm:

Many people who rush to start making a profit from poultry farming after hearing about the business often regret it afterward. 

Poultry farming is a very delicate business and only those who understand the rules succeed.

Breeding day-old chicks, for instance, is not something you can be careless about lest the entire chicks die before you wake up from your slumber.

So, the first thing you do after deciding to go into the business is to start a training course on how to breed chicks. 

Several agencies teach courses on how to succeed in poultry farming.

Preferably, you can enroll or consult a farmer nearest to you, pay a token fee, and he/she will put you through. 

The reason for getting training in poultry farming is to learn the technicalities in the handling of day-old chicks.

As a novice in the business, you must surely get it wrong, leading to the closure of the business. 

Free-range layers chicken

2. Decide the chicken products to focus on:

There are many business areas to invest in when considering poultry farming business;

1. Broiler chicken for meat 
2. Layer chicken for egg production.
3. Running a hatchery
4. Poultry feed production 
5. Produce poultry farming equipment
6. Chicken processing

Whichever niche you decide to go into, your scale of operation will depend on the amount of money you have.

It also depends on how much you can access from financial institutions before you finally break even in the business.

So if your investment runs into millions of Naira, you can begin by acquiring a plot of land and putting up a structure deemed appropriate for the business.

But for the sake of starting small, producing broiler chicken or focusing on egg production is less expensive.

It still depends on the scale of production though.

You must consult an expert in this area if you do not want to lose money. 

Different sizes of poultry feed for poultry farming

3. Select a good poultry farm location:

It is very important to select a very good poultry farm location for your poultry farming venture.

Start by selecting a location that has access to roads, medical facilities, adequate security, power, clean water supply, etc.

You should consider a farm site that is close to the market where you will sell your products.

This does not mean your farm must be in the town or close to residential areas.

Citing a poultry farm in residential areas is restricted by law because poultry farms produce an offensive odor.

The poultry farm can be located slightly far away from the town, where you can access cheaper land and labor.

However, do not set up the farm too far from the town so that transportation costs will not be an issue for you to achieve your goal of targeting the high-density market in the town. 

4. Set up a poultry house for the birds:

After selecting a good location for setting up your poultry farm, construct a good chicken house for your birds. 

Before you start constructing a poultry house, I urge you to visit a few farms near you. 

This will help you to come up with better ideas on what works best for you. Ensure you provide all facilities necessary for running the poultry farm efficiently.

There are different types of poultry houses or chicken coops. 
An ideal poultry house should provide the birds with a comfortable environment. 

It should protect them from harsh weather conditions such as rain, sunshine, wind, pests, and diseases.

There are other considerations when constructing a poultry house but the kind of house you make depends on your resources.

poultry farming - battery cage for layers chicken
Poultry farming – Battery Cage Chicken House

Types of Poultry House

There are three types of poultry housing systems you can use for poultry farming. 

They are Extensive, Semi-intensive, and Intensive poultry housing systems. 

For commercial poultry farming, an intensive poultry housing system is the most convenient. 

You can choose to either raise your birds on a litter floor or in a cage poultry housing system. 

If you are going into broiler farming, then a more preferable poultry housing is the deep litter housing system.

The battery cage type of poultry house is preferable to other types, especially for egg production. 

For a broiler poultry cage, the bird needs about 2.5 square feet of space, while for a layer poultry cage, the bird needs about 4 square feet of space. 

The reason for the confined space is so that the bird does not exhaust so much energy which they should use for increasing body weight.

As an experiment, If you want to raise 1000 broilers, you have to ensure about 500 square feet of space is available. 

The extra 100 square feet of space will serve as walkways and will allow proper lighting and ventilation in the house.

5. Purchase some poultry farming equipment:

Poultry farming equipment makes poultry farming very easy. 

It also helps you to manage your birds properly so that they can eat healthily, drink healthy, and live in a healthy environment. 

The equipment you need to run your poultry business are many and they are all important. 

Some of the essential poultry farming equipment are;

1. Feeders: This is a device you use for supplying feeds to the birds
2. Waterers: You use this device for supplying water to the birds
3. Nests: This is a well-prepared place where chickens lay eggs.
4. Ventilation system: Odour vents, perforated walls, etc. can serve this purpose
5. Cages: These are boxes you provide especially for keeping birds
6. Coops: Just like cages, a chicken coop provides housing for the birds.
7. Incubators: A device to keep eggs warm for hatching.
8. Perches: These are logs you place a little above the floor of the chicken house for the birds to rest.
9. Brooders or heaters: This device provides heat for raising young chicks. 
10. Waste disposal system: This helps with the proper disposal of the waste you produce in your poultry farm.
11. Lighting instruments: This provides light in the poultry house
12. Egg tray: For handling of chicken eggs.

Day-old chicks brooding

6. Buy starter chicks from a trusted supplier:

After setting up your poultry house and buying the necessary equipment for running the poultry, it’s time to start stocking the farm with chicks.

Do your research properly and purchase quality breeds of chickens from trusted breeders in your area.

Try to avoid the risk of buying unhealthy chicks or chicks already suffering from malnutrition.

Ensure you set the brooder ready before stocking your poultry with the chicks.

If you are a complete beginner without any prior poultry farming experience, try to keep the number of chicks you buy below 500.

7. Employ reliable workers for the poultry farm:

Employing a worker to work on your poultry farm could be a result of any of the following;

1. You are a novice, and you need to engage an experienced farmer to work with you for a fee until you gain all the knowledge you need to be independent.

2. The second reason could be that you are too busy and do not have enough time to manage the poultry farm on your own.

3. You are a large-scale farmer looking to expand your poultry business.

If you are getting workers because of any of the three reasons above, it is understandable.

One person can safely manage a poultry farm with less than 500 birds. 

However, if you plan to expand and raise more birds, you may need to engage some workers to assist in the daily operations of the poultry. 

Just make sure you get the cheapest VALUABLE labor available in your area.

As a beginner, I would recommend that you start small and grow in the business. 

You will appreciate the experience you will gather along the line.

If you are interested in poultry farmworker jobs, then you can check the current vacancies on Jooble.

Poultry farming- Egg transportation line
Egg transportation line in Mechanized poultry farming system

8. Feed the chicks properly:

Like with other livestock farming, feeding is the most important part of the poultry farming business

Poultry feed will take about 70% of your production cost.

Your success in this business depends largely on the quality of feed and the birds’ feeding schedule you choose.

You can decide to produce your feed using ingredients available in the market or purchase processed poultry feeds from the market. 

As a beginner in poultry farming, I will advise you to start with the feeds sold in the market. 

By the time you’ve learned how to prepare feeds, you can then produce some for your birds.

There are different feeds for different poultry farming purposes. 

Just be aware of what you are buying and also consider the age of your birds when buying feeds.

9. Maintain a proper poultry health management program:

There are a lot of unusual reasons that lead to high mortality in a poultry farm therefore the need for proper management of the farm.

Poultry health management is very fundamental for your business success.

You have to ensure a proper medication system is available in your poultry farm. 

This is important because birds are prone to various types of chicken diseases and you have to be proactive to manage them. 

We all know that ‘prevention is better than cure’, therefore, it is wise to always prevent diseases by taking proper care of your birds.

You must vaccinate the birds at the right time.

Make sure that you vaccinate them against Gumboro, Newcastle disease, fowl pox, Coccidiosis, etc.

It is also necessary to always provide them with clean water as well as maintain proper hygiene to keep the birds healthy.

Remember to stock some necessary vaccines and medicine so that you can use them when the need arises.

You can read our article about poultry diseases to learn how to properly manage the health of your chickens.

Poultry eggs in arranged in crates

10. Market and sell your poultry harvests:

The topic of marketing your poultry products is, in fact, the most fundamental thing to know before you start your poultry farming business.

If you can’t sell your poultry products immediately after they are ripe for the market, you will incur losses.

A good marketing strategy is what you need to influence the profit from your poultry business.

Anybody can learn how to grow chicken, but not everybody can sell chicken.

Before you even decide to start a poultry farming business, you must first find out the feasibility of the business.

You must ascertain by carrying out a market analysis to know whether the business will thrive in your location.

A proper market analysis will even help you determine whether you will go for poultry egg production or meat production.

That is why I advise people to always write a poultry business plan that will guide them in the business.

A good strategy is to collect the names and addresses of your potential buyers and inform them that you can supply them with eggs and live chicken.

Do not underestimate the power of social media for your marketing.

I highly recommend you learn how to use the power of social media to grow your poultry business.

You will profit from the knowledge in the long run.


This poultry farming for beginners guide is just the tip of the iceberg of what you will find in poultry farming.

I advise you to always consult with a poultry farmer near you.

Unless you already have prior knowledge of the business, I urge you to start small, gather experience, and expand your poultry business gradually.

Don’t forget to write a poultry business plan that will guide your business decisions.

If you have any more questions, please feel free to ask in the comment section.

I always make time to reply to all your comments.

If this article makes sense to you, sharing it won’t be a bad idea. You could be helping someone without you knowing.

Frequently Asked Questions about poultry farming for beginners

Which poultry is most profitable?

Layer chicken farming is the most profitable poultry farming business in the long run. The reason is that after selling the eggs, you can still sell the birds and make more profit.

Is there profit in poultry farming?

Poultry farming is one of the fastest-growing and most profitable agri-businesses in the world. However, how much profit you make from his business solely depends on how you operate the farm.

How many bags of feed can 100 broilers consume?

A broiler eats about 4.25 kg of feed from day-old to the end of the 8th week. If you multiply that by 100 birds, that would be (4.25kg X 100) = 425 kg or 17 bags of feed for 8 weeks.
Therefore you need about 4,250kg or 170 bags of feed for 1000 broiler chickens from day-old until the end of the 8th week.

What are the materials needed to start a poultry farm?

To start a successful poultry farm, you need good housing for the birds, feeders, drinkers, heater, laying nest boxes, egg handling equipment, and a good vaccination schedule to keep the birds healthy.

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  1. Thanks for your awesome lecture. I have been choose to manage my brother poultry farm and I don’t have any skills in poultry production so I was doing some research and I came across site I love it. It will help a me a lot thanks for sharing.

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      I’m glad you found this poultry farming guide helpful. Please, share with someone to spread the love.

  2. Thanks, I will send to you my draft for your more guardian.
    May God bless you.

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      The draft of your poultry farming business plan?

  3. I am a beginner who started my own poultry and vegetables farming but am lacking financial services, so how will can I get help.

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Hello Siseho, if you are looking for start up funds, you can search online for available grants or you meet family and friends for help.

  4. I have really learn alot from the post thank you.. and God bless you

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      You are welcome.

  5. Zaphaniah Adamu says:

    I am in Adamawa state Nigeria
    How can I control the weather 🌡️
    To start a poultry farm
    Because in my area temperature in too high, and which type of bird is preferable?

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Hello Adamu, I will encourage you to meet other poultry farmers near you to know how they manage their farm. That will give you an insight on what to do. Cheers.

  6. Christina Chrissy says:

    Thank you for the information ..hoping to start soon really need this …I wanna change my life …how much can I start with bcoz I can’t afford everything now?what are important things to buy first ?I will use my back yard as a starter until the business grows

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      I will advise that you draw out a business plan for your poultry farming business and ensure that you set aside enough resources that will take care of the birds from day one until maturity.

  7. Ben Bogus says:

    Thanks so much my great teacher.
    I’m saving to enable me start soon.
    I look forward to getting more updates because of the daily rising cost both in stock and equipment for beginners.
    God bless you

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Good luck to you.

  8. I appreciate the effort taken into providing such a guide as helpful as this. It has boosted my interest in poultry business. Can you provide me wiyh a sample of a poultry business plan, please

  9. Wow,every helpful. I’m a beginner pls when is the right time to vaccinate the chicks?

  10. Oyasiavabe Solomon says:

    Can I start with 50 bird’s

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Sure you can. Just make sure you feed the chickens properly and take care of their health. Gradually, you can increase your flock.

  11. Ujoh Esther says:

    It’s a very Educative piece.Thanks

  12. I am interested in poultry farming business. I am so excited about it.

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Awesome. Stay tuned for more tips for raising chickens.

  13. Thks so much for these beautiful information and guide i want to start my poultry soon,thks for the advice

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Awesome. I’m glad that this guide will help you to start your own poultry farm.

  14. I will like to start my poultry farm this year.where do I start?

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      After going through this guide one more time, meet a poultry farmer near you for practical training.

  15. I love these. I have learn some vital things. Thank you very much.

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      You are welcome, Mutiu.

  16. Martin kelleh conteh says:

    I Have received lot of experience in this guide lines. Thanks very much

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      You are welcome, Martin. I’m glad that this poultry farming guide was helpful to you.

  17. Samfecko Otieno says:

    This is just amazing, I had all along been having interest in poultry farming and through the “Beginners guide” I have learnt much about poultry and my interest have shot from 50% to 100%. Thanks for the guidance and I hope for more experience as I will be doing them practically.

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Awesome, I am glad that this article about poultry farming has spurred you to get started on your poultry farming journey.
      Cheers to your success.

  18. Martin kelleh conteh says:

    Thanks a lot

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      You’re welcome, Martin.

  19. Martin kelleh conteh says:

    Wow thanks for the lectures. Well understood. But I have to consult an experience expert as said before for More details.
    If i may ask for a beginners or small farm, without any machine/equipment like; feeder, incubator, brooder etc it’s possible to start up a poultry???

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      You can get started with makeshift feeders and drinkers.
      For the brooder, you may use charcoal to provide heat for the birds.
      Incubators are not necessary unless you want to hatch some eggs. In most cases, the chickens will hatch their eggs by themselves, especially if you are rearing local chickens and you allow the chickens to breed.

  20. Thanks so much for this, it’s very helpful. I will surely start soonest

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Awesome. Good luck to you.

  21. christine ogutu says:

    Want to start a poultry farming, and am super proud of the article, its going to help me a lot. Thank you

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Awesome. I’m glad this article will help you to start your own poultry farm.

    2. Am so gratefully to learn about poultry and even the entire Agriculture, I would like to get information from you on how to write Poultry farming business plan
      Thanks so much for being there for us especially we, having interested in agriculture products seeking for how to get involved into the business.
      That’s great job!
      God bless you

    3. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Hello Samuel, stay glued to this website as we will soon publish a step-by-step guide for writing a detail poultry farming business plan.

  22. Siphiwe Candrige Candrige says:

    interestng so much.

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      I’m glad that you read through and got value from this poultry farming guide.

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      You’re welcome. I hope this poultry farming guide stirs you to start yours immediately.

  23. Patrick Abiriga Nakari says:

    Great and helpful.

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      I’m glad that you found this article is helpful. Thank you.

  24. Any training centre in Mthatha eastern cape for poultry farming

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      I don’t know much about that area.

  25. Mohammed Ahmed says:

    Helpful for beginners
    Thanks Dear

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      I’m glad you found this article helpful for you poultry farming project.

  26. Wow…nice article, keep it up bro. We appreciate ur kindness

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Thank you for stopping by.

  27. samuel sunday says:

    Very educating article I so much love it

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      You are welcome.

  28. mehari befekadu says:

    I Am happy to see haw i can start poultry farming

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Grateful for that.

    2. Sarah Hlatshwayo says:

      Thank you for the good presentation, it was very informative.

    3. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      You are welcome

  29. Thanx bro for that advise am setting for it now.

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Great 👍

    2. The WhatsApp group is full

    3. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Please, try again.

  30. Thats great master i will also follow you.

  31. Hello, This video and all views are interesting and very important to any poultry farmer. As I am planning to join the line of poultry I will be needing your assistance as a starter, however I will want to be added to the farmers support group on WhatsApp. Thank you for the information.

  32. Thank you for this informative post.

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      You are welcome.

  33. Lawal Akeem says:

    I have dreams for farming for years and i don’t how much would be better to start it. Like: cassava, potry, and more Please i need good advice from anyone

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      If you want to start any agribusiness, the thing that you can do for yourself is to start with what you have.
      Most agribusinesses are capital intensive especially if you want to build a commercial-scale business.
      So, start with what you have and learn from your mistakes in this small scale.

  34. Agricincome hub says:

    Thank you so much

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      You are welcome.

  35. Samuel A.Y Apaflo says:

    Please I am Ghanaian and I think I want to start this poultry farming business. Production of chicken, eggs and dressing the birds as well for sale.

    Can you give me and estimate of the total cost I will need. Will 1 plot of land fees ok for it. I want it big also I hope you will help with the best design of how I should do cages. If you can send me some designs. I will let this metal people to build for me. My whatsap contact is 0240735214



    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      More is coming. Stay tuned.

  37. I appreciate your help, thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with us. Acts 4 verse 32

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      You are welcome, Khayah.

  38. IKPOME NASIRU says:

    Wao .. God bless the writer, for sharing your knowledge with us. I have once done this and breakdown. Now I want to start again and am well prepared this time around. Please this me on WhatsApp 0805390**** should in case I will need more help…
    Once again I really appreciate your time spent, the knowledge shared, GOD bless your efforts…
    This my WhatsApp 0805390****

  39. Uche Mobuno says:

    Saw this helpful write up by you and felt even more inspired to go into the business. I already have the Land, space and finance to kick off but I don’t have the slightest clue or experience on this business but I guess I will have to learn

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Very well. You need to learn first.

  40. Otabor Emmanuel says:

    This is beyond an educational intense training for knowledgeable individuals, I respect your level of explanations and detailing, wow! This is beyond and A1 result, it’s an A100 actually.

    Furthermore, it’s my plan to start the poultry business. Please I need you to help me with the following.

    1. Please kindly add me up to your WhatsApp group. I’ll email you my details sir.

    2. I’ll need a business plan write up

    3. Do you have a recommendation for poultry where one can have a physical training and experimental practice ?

    1. Thank you for the very helpful article.

    2. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      You are welcome, Emmanuel.

  41. This was very insightful, thanks.
    please can i rear layers and broilers at the same time?

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Yes, you can. But you have to keep them in different cages.

  42. Umar Faruk Magaji says:

    Thanks for your professional advice, I am a victim of Covid-19 business crash and decided to venture into poultry with a capital of 200k. Can I start it anow that the winter is around the corner?

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Yes, you can. But with the right guidance from an expert near you.

  43. Chinonso Orji says:

    I have been looking for something like this. Thanks alot. Wish to see more updates.

    Pls is there any WhatsApp group I can join, can you add me up with 07066133690 or Whatsapp me the link so I can join from there. I ha tried to join via the link here but it’s not going through.

    Thanks once again.

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      I have sent you an email with the link.

      Please check it.

  44. Wow I really love this article its so inspiring and motivated.. Thanks so much sir.. But please how much can one have at hand to start as a beginer??

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      It will depend on the scale you want to start with.
      Just make sure you factor in the cost of buying feed throughout the period of growing the birds.
      Also, factor in the cost of labour, cage construction, vaccination and vet services etc.
      Above all, make sure you get first-hand training from an expert near you.
      Good luck to you.

  45. Thank you for your guidance much appreciated I’m a beginner and i think i am started with wrong information. i bought 50 broilers chicken from ALZU on the 15 of October 2020 but up so far 9 died and i am thinking that i will not have profit. please advise the place is my back yard at home. i bought the following food starter 2 80 kg , grower 2 80 kg and finisher 2 80 kg sacks. medications stripper, gobon and new castle Amprolium for running stomach

    1. Chinonso Orji says:

      WhatsApp me pls I need to get more information on how you started. My WhatsApp 07066133690

  46. Stefort agro-allied ventures says:

    This a wonderful lecture that if properly follow sky is the limit in our poultry business. I appreciate this. Thank you.

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Thanks for the compliment.

  47. Edet Edet says:

    thanks for the guide, please I want to start up a broilers poultry farm with the sum of 120k. help me how many birds should I start with?

  48. Achi Miriam Uchechi says:

    I love what I see and am eager to know more, cos am a beginner with little capital, so I need guidelines

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Thanks for your compliment. Please stay tuned for more.

  49. Michael Stephen says:

    Am very impressed, I really appreciate for your lessons
    I really hope to experience and learned more
    Am looking for a nearby farm for more lessons
    Am in onitsha and here’s my contact 09034503051

  50. Betty Olukayodedina says:

    Thanks sir for your informations without holding back, please sir is their any thing wrong in starting a poultry farm with (Noiler) am not sure of the spelling thanks so much sir so happy I come in contact with this website

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      There’s absolutely nothing wrong with that as long as there is a market for it in your area.

  51. Godswill Onyinye says:

    I have really learnt a lot from this post, thank you for your assistance and God bless you for giving us this knowledge.

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      You are welcome, Onyinye.

  52. which month is best for the beginners to start

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      If you are a beginner, it’s best to start in the warm season so that the birds would have grown well enough to withstand the cold season.

  53. Sabina imaana says:

    Thanks for sharing this very important information. Im Working hard to begin.

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      That’s great. God bless your effort.

  54. Ayoleke A says:

    You have done a great job.

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Thanks a lot, @Ayoleke

    2. How does one write a plan?

    3. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      That will be updated in a future article. However, if you want your poultry business plan written for you, you can send mail to [email protected]

  55. Odufuye atinuke says:

    I really love this site and o wish to know more

    1. Mbazu Chibuzor says:

      Thanks a lot @Odufuye… stay tuned for more 👍

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