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Cost of Starting a Poultry Farm in Nigeria. 
Poultry farming is one of the most profitable agro business to start in Nigeria if you get your plan right. A lot of poultry products are still being imported into Nigeria due to the insatiable market size of over 190 million consumers. 
To start a profitable farm: - First you need to get a land in a good and comfortable location. A 100 x 40 lot will just be enough for a medium scale start. - Next, building the chicken house. The type of chicken house will depend on your need, but ensure it is spacious enough with ventilation for proper air circulation. - Purchase day old chicks that are healthy. This usually cost between N100 - N250. - Purchase feeds, feeders and water troughs: broiler starter, layer feeds, chick starter amongst others are the types of feeds available. Ensure you do not compromise with your chicken feeds else productivity will be poor. Buy only good feeds from reliable sources. - Vaccination: Flu amongst other disease are major killers of chickens. Ensure regular vaccination. - Lightening: Light and comfort are also important for your chickens survival. Ensure constant light in the chicken houses and keep weather at regulated warm temperatures. Attention should be place on temperatures especially during raining seasons. 
An appropriate of N1.8 million to N2million is sufficient to start a profitable poultry farm in Nigeria. 
How Profitable is a Poultry Farm? Read:  https://www.facebook.com/106070757540156/posts/132249584922273/?substory_index=0 ...
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Cost of Starting a Poultry Farm in Nigeria. Poultry farming is one of the most profitable agro business to start in Nigeria if you get your plan right. A lot of poultry products are still being imported into Nigeria due to the insatiable market size of over 190 million consumers. To start a profitable farm: - First you need to get a land in a good and comfortable location. A 100 x 40 lot will just be enough for a medium scale start. - Next, building the chicken house. The type of chicken house will depend on your need, but ensure it is spacious enough with ventilation for proper air circulation. - Purchase day old chicks that are healthy. This usually cost between N100 - N250. - Purchase feeds, feeders and water troughs: broiler starter, layer feeds, chick starter amongst others are the types of feeds available. Ensure you do not compromise with your chicken feeds else productivity will be poor. Buy only good feeds from reliable sources. - Vaccination: Flu amongst other disease are major killers of chickens. Ensure regular vaccination. - Lightening: Light and comfort are also important for your chickens survival. Ensure constant light in the chicken houses and keep weather at regulated warm temperatures. Attention should be place on temperatures especially during raining seasons. An appropriate of N1.8 million to N2million is sufficient to start a profitable poultry farm in Nigeria. How Profitable is a Poultry Farm? Read: https://www.facebook.com/106070757540156/posts/132249584922273/?substory_index=0 ... #myfarm #farm #poultry #agriculture #agritech #farmcommunity