Poultry Farming: The Outcome of My Visit to Mr.Michael’s Farm   2 comments

Post 36

This is the 36th post on this informative poultry blog for set up to encourage Nigerians to venture into poultry farming business and to do it with the barest minimum upset. If you are looking for a viable business, which products are in high demand in Nigeria, recession-proof and guaranteed with a large in-exhaustible market, please go for layers chicken farming and you will not regret it…Guaranteed!

The guarantee is largely based on knowing what to do and doing it rightly, diligently and meticulously.

One of the posts below, the 34th post is the story of Mr. Michael, a UK based Nigerian who came across this blog in 2013. On the strength of what he read here, he set up a 2000 bird layers chicken farm in the Ikorodu axis in Lagos State and the farm is thriving today. Yet he is still resident in the UK.

In November 2014, i visited the farm on his invitation and was highly impressed with what i saw. There are close to 2000 layers chickens in battery cages in a flushing system chicken pen that are recommended on this blog. The farm is in a rural part which is a perfect setting for the business.There is a farm house on site and a borehole. There are experienced farm attendants who have passion and interest in chickens. And he has a trusted and capable farm manager in charge of the farm in his absence. The eggs produced are attractive good sized eggs. The farm operations runs well and the chickens in top rate health.

An error that i observed and notified the farm for immediate correction was the absence of a disinfected foot bath at the entrance of the chicken pen. This is a disease control measure, very important that should not be neglected!

He did very little marketing and the farm was flooded by egg vendors looking for eggs to buy. He was surprised how they knew he had a farm in that locale. That is the nature of the layers chicken farming business.The customers come looking for you to buy eggs from you, not you looking for them to buy from you. They will find you out wherever your farm is hidden!

If Mr Michael based in the UK has not regretted; if Mr Muyiwa also in Ikorodu has not regretted;If Mr Usman in Kano has not regretted;if Madam Ngozi in Kebbi has not regretted; if Ifiok and Christopher in Akwa Ibom have not regretted setting up their chicken farms based on this blog information, how can you regret if you do what they did the right way?

Warning: If you cannot give the chickens the level of attention required, or cannot put in place the personnel who can give the level of attention required, please do not do the business. Rather, go open a business like a book store, car shop or cement store where you can fold your arms.

APPLY YOURSELF.GET ALL THE EDUCATION YOU CAN, BUT THEN, BY GOD DO SOMETHING.DON’T JUST STAND THERE. MAKE IT HAPPEN (LEE IACCOCA).

For unique poultry reports,visit http://www.poultryaffairsng.simplesite.com

John Ayodele
http://www.poultryaffairs.simplesite.com
http://www.johnayodele.wordpress.com
Phone:+2348035978352

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2 responses to “Poultry Farming: The Outcome of My Visit to Mr.Michael’s Farm

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  1. I appreciate your posts. I will like to know more about starting with layer birds.Thanks

  2. Sir,
    We do not sell battery cages.
    One of the places where you can get battery cages is http://www.olamesh.com
    Thank you
    John Ayodele

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