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Immunosuppression in poultry causes and control
Published on: 8/9/2021
The immune system combats the antigens and ensures the good health status of the bird. It identifies almost all disease-causing agents, from viruses to parasitic worms, and differentiates them from the body´s cells and tissues… Read More »
Characteristics and benefits of Rainbow Rooster/Kuroiler.
The birds mature between 3-4 months and attain an average of 2 Kgs live weight. This enables a farmer to sell the birds for meat or sell the…Read More »
Hello, Farmers, we are running an offer for this week on day-old chicks Rainbow rooster and kuroilerRead More »
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The broiler is a breed that grows very…Read More »
Chickens stop laying eggs for a variety of reasons. Hens may lay fewer eggs due to light, stress, poor nutrition, molt or age. Some of these reasons are natural responses, while others can be fixed with simple changes and egg laying…Read More »
COLD SEASON ALERT
Mvua inaeza sababisha mafuriko eneo lako
Ensure the chicken house is dry well ventilated during the season
Provide enough warmth for chicks during the cold season… Read More »
East Africa and Kenya in particular are experiencing tremendous growth in poultry farming as the region steadfast grows towards achieving food security.
kukuchic limited, a private poultry breeder company have a hatchery capacity of up to 200000 chicks per month.
The company strives to empower farmers one at a time the approach is the provision…Read More »
Mary Mathuli, a farmer in Wote, Makueni County has excelled in poultry farming with her farm becoming a model for others after switching from rearing kienyeji (traditional) chicken to Rainbow Rooster chicken.
Mathuli who started with 10 birds in 2016 currently has more than 1,300 chickens which she sells to farmers and a local non-governmental…Read More »
What you need to know about Newcastle disease
Newcastle disease is a highly contagious viral infection that affects many species of domestic and wild birds.
domestic fowl are more susceptible while a mild form of the disease affects ducks. The disease can result in digestive, respiratory, and/nervous clinical signs, which range from a mild, almost…Read More »
Animals that are obviously diseased or injured should never be sold or used for human consumption