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Poultry Farm Business Plan Template

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Poultry Farm Business Plan

Over the past 20+ years, we have helped over 1,000 entrepreneurs and business owners create business plans to start and grow their poultry farms. On this page, we will first give you some background information with regards to the importance of business planning. We will then go through a poultry farm business plan template step-by-step so you can create your plan today.

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What Is a Business Plan?

A business plan provides a snapshot of your poultry farm as it stands today, and lays out your growth plan for the next five years. It explains your business goals and your strategy for reaching them. It also includes market research to support your plans.

Why You Need a Business Plan

If you’re looking to start a poultry farm, or grow your existing poultry farm, you need a business plan. A business plan will help you raise funding, if needed, and plan out the growth of your poultry farm in order to improve your chances of success. Your poultry farming business plan is a living document that should be updated annually as your company grows and changes.

Sources of Funding for Poultry Farms

With regards to funding, the main sources of funding for a poultry farm are personal savings, credit cards, USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) loans, bank loans, and angel investors. With regards to bank loans, banks will want to review your business plan and gain confidence that you will be able to repay your loan and interest. To acquire this confidence, the loan officer will not only want to confirm that your financials are reasonable, but they will also want to see a professional plan. Such a plan will give them the confidence that you can successfully and professionally operate a business. Personal savings and USDA FSA loans are the most common funding paths for poultry farm.

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How to write a business plan for a chicken farm.

If you want to start a poultry farm or expand your current one, you need a business plan. We detail each section of a traditional business plan for a poultry farming business.

Executive Summary

Your executive summary provides an introduction to your business plan, but it is normally the last section you write because it provides a summary of each key section of your plan.

The goal of your Executive Summary is to quickly engage the reader. Explain to them the type of poultry farm you are operating and its status. For example, are you a startup, do you have a poultry farm business that you would like to grow, or are you operating poultry farm businesses in multiple locations?

Next, provide an overview of each of the subsequent sections of your plan. For example, give a brief overview of the poultry farm industry. Discuss the type of poultry farm you are operating. Detail your direct competitors. Give an overview of your target customers. Provide a snapshot of your marketing plan. Identify the key members of your team. And offer an overview of your financial plan.

Company Analysis

In your company analysis, you will detail the type of poultry farm you are operating.

For example, you might operate one of the following types of poultry farms:

  • Breeder Farms : this type of poultry farm produces hatching eggs for delivery to the hatchery. After the 21 day incubation period, the hatchery then delivers the baby chicks to the broiler houses.
  • Broiler Farms: this type of farm produces a 2.5 lb. to 8 lb. bird in 4 to 8 weeks which is processed for various types of retail sale to consumers, grocery stores or fast food chains as whole birds, cut-up breast, wings, thigh, drumsticks, deboned breast meat, or further processed pieces.
  • Pullet Farms: this type of poultry farm produces pullets and roosters to be delivered to a breeder hen house at 20-22 weeks old when they are sexually mature to breed and lay eggs.

In addition to explaining the type of poultry farming business you will operate, the Company Analysis section of your business plan needs to provide background on the business.

Include answers to question such as:

  • When and why did you start the business?
  • What milestones have you achieved to date? Milestones could include the number of chickens and/or turkeys produced, number of production contracts, etc.
  • Your legal structure. Are you incorporated as an S-Corp? An LLC? A sole proprietorship? Explain your legal structure here.

Industry Analysis

In your industry analysis, you need to provide an overview of the poultry farm industry.

While this may seem unnecessary, it serves multiple purposes.

First, researching the poultry farm industry educates you. It helps you understand the market in which you are operating.

Secondly, market research can improve your strategy, particularly if your research identifies market trends.

The third reason for market research is to prove to readers that you are an expert in your industry. By conducting the research and presenting it in your plan, you achieve just that.

The following questions should be answered in the industry analysis section of your poultry farming business plan:

  • How big is the poultry farm industry (in dollars)?
  • Is the market declining or increasing?
  • Who are the key competitors in the market?
  • Who are the key suppliers in the market?
  • What trends are affecting the industry?
  • What is the industry’s growth forecast over the next 5 – 10 years?
  • What is the relevant market size? That is, how big is the potential market for your poultry farm business? You can extrapolate such a figure by assessing the size of the market in the entire country and then applying that figure to your target market.

Customer Analysis

The customer analysis section of your poultry farming business plan must detail the customers you serve and/or expect to serve.

The following are examples of customer segments: processors, grocery stores, and restaurants.

As you can imagine, the customer segment(s) you choose will have a great impact on the type of poultry farm business you operate. Clearly, processors would respond to different marketing promotions than restaurants, for example.

Try to break out your target customers in terms of their demographic and psychographic profiles. With regards to demographics, include a discussion of the ages, genders, locations and income levels of the customers you seek to serve. Because most poultry farm businesses primarily serve customers living in their same region, such demographic information is easy to find on government websites.

Psychographic profiles explain the wants and needs of your target customers. The more you can understand and define these needs, the better you will do in attracting and retaining your customers.

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Competitive Analysis

Your competitive analysis should identify the indirect and direct competitors your business faces and then focus on the latter.

Direct competitors are other poultry farm businesses.

Indirect competitors are other options that customers have to purchase from that aren’t direct competitors. This includes producers of other meat such as beef, pork, or fish, as well as producers of meat alternatives. You need to mention such competition as well.

With regards to direct competition, you want to describe the other poultry farms with which you compete. Most likely, your direct competitors will be poultry farms located very close to your location.

For each such competitor, provide an overview of their businesses and document their strengths and weaknesses. Unless you once worked at your competitors’ businesses, it will be impossible to know everything about them. But you should be able to find out key things about them such as:

  • What types of customers do they serve?
  • What kinds of poultry do they produce (breeders, broilers, pullets)?
  • What is their pricing (premium, low, etc.)?
  • What are they good at?
  • What are their weaknesses?

With regards to the last two questions, think about your answers from the customers’ perspective. And don’t be afraid to ask your competitors’ customers what they like most and least about them.

The final part of your competitive analysis section is to document your areas of competitive advantage. For example:

  • Will you use superior production methods?
  • Will you provide services that your competitors don’t offer?
  • Will you provide better customer service?
  • Will you offer better pricing?

Think about ways you will outperform your competition and document them in this section of your plan.

Marketing Plan

Traditionally, a marketing plan includes the four P’s: Product, Price, Place, and Promotion. For a poultry farm business plan, your marketing plan should include the following:

Product : In the product section, you should reiterate the type of poultry farm company that you documented in your Company Analysis. Then, detail the specific products you will be offering. For example, in addition to traditional poultry, will you provide organic or cage-free poultry?

Price : Document the prices you will offer and how they compare to your competitors. Essentially in the product and price sub-sections of your marketing plan, you are presenting the products and services you offer and their prices.

Place : Place refers to the location of your poultry farm company. Document your location and mention how the location will impact your success. For example, is your poultry farm located near a processing facility, near a transportation hub, etc. Discuss how your location might be the ideal location for your customers.

Promotions : The final part of your poultry farm marketing plan is the promotions section. Here you will document how you will drive customers to your location(s). The following are some promotional methods you might consider:

  • Advertising in trade papers and magazines
  • Reaching out to local agriculture extension offices
  • Social media marketing
  • Local radio advertising

Operations Plan

While the earlier sections of your business plan explained your goals, your operations plan describes how you will meet them. Your operations plan should have two distinct sections as follows.

Everyday short-term processes include all of the tasks involved in running your poultry farm, including animal care / feeding, flock supervision, animal transportation, sourcing feed, etc.

Long-term goals are the milestones you hope to achieve. These could include the dates when you expect to sign your 20th production contract, or when you hope to reach $X in revenue. It could also be when you expect to expand your poultry farm to a new location.

Management Team

To demonstrate your poultry farm’s ability to succeed, a strong management team is essential. Highlight your key players’ backgrounds, emphasizing those skills and experiences that prove their ability to grow a company.

Ideally you and/or your team members have direct experience in managing poultry farms. If so, highlight this experience and expertise. But also highlight any experience that you think will help your business succeed.

If your team is lacking, consider assembling an advisory board. An advisory board would include 2 to 8 individuals who would act like mentors to your business. They would help answer questions and provide strategic guidance. If needed, look for advisory board members with experience in managing farms or successfully running small businesses.

Financial Plan

Your financial plan should include your 5-year financial statement broken out both monthly or quarterly for the first year and then annually. Your financial statements include your income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statements.

Income Statement

An income statement is more commonly called a Profit and Loss statement or P&L. It shows your revenues and then subtracts your costs to show whether you turned a profit or not.

In developing your income statement, you need to devise assumptions. For example, will you supply 50 restaurants, or produce 2,000 birds for processing each month? And will sales grow by 2% or 10% per year? As you can imagine, your choice of assumptions will greatly impact the financial forecasts for your business. As much as possible, conduct research to try to root your assumptions in reality.

Balance Sheets

Balance sheets show your assets and liabilities. While balance sheets can include much information, try to simplify them to the key items you need to know about. For instance, if you spend $50,000 on building out your poultry farming business, this will not give you immediate profits. Rather it is an asset that will hopefully help you generate profits for years to come. Likewise, if a bank writes you a check for $50,000, you don’t need to pay it back immediately. Rather, that is a liability you will pay back over time.

Cash Flow Statement

Your cash flow statement will help determine how much money you need to start or grow your business, and make sure you never run out of money. What most entrepreneurs and business owners don’t realize is that you can turn a profit but run out of money and go bankrupt.

In developing your Income Statement and Balance Sheets be sure to include several of the key costs needed in starting or growing a poultry farm business:

  • Location build-out including design fees, construction, etc.
  • Cost of equipment and supplies
  • Payroll or salaries paid to staff
  • Business insurance
  • Taxes and permits
  • Legal expenses

Attach your full financial projections in the appendix of your plan along with any supporting documents that make your plan more compelling. For example, you might include your farm title or lease, or blueprints of the production facility.

Putting together a business plan for your poultry farm is a worthwhile endeavor. If you follow the template above, by the time you are done, you will truly be an expert. You will really understand the poultry farm industry, your competition, and your customers. You will have developed a marketing plan and will really understand what it takes to launch and grow a successful poultry farming business.

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Poultry Farm Business Plan Template

Poultry farm business plan.

You’ve come to the right place to create your Poultry Farm business plan.

We have helped over 1,000 entrepreneurs and business owners create business plans and many have used them to start or grow their Poultry Farms.

Below is a template to help you create each section of your Poultry Farming business plan.

Executive Summary

Business overview.

Smith Poultry Farm is a new farm business located in Mason City, Iowa. The business is a newly established farm founded by John and Sue Smith. As native Iowans, the couple has spent their life in the farming industry as their families have established farms throughout Iowa. Currently, there is a poultry shortage throughout the midwestern United States as some farms have been forced to shut down their business due to rising costs, labor shortage, and higher technology standards. John and Sue have decided to take this opportunity to alleviate the poultry shortage as well as finally establish the farm they have been planning to do for the past six years.

As native Iowans, John and Sue have already recruited a team of farmhands that have extensive experience working in poultry farms. Most of them have been recently laid off from other poultry farms that have shut down their operations.

John and Sue plan on starting with 5,000 chickens, 500 turkeys, and 100 ducks on 10 acres of land. Their business operations will be centered around daily processes and procedures to tend to the chickens and prepare them for packaging for resale and distribution.

Product Offering

The following are the products that Smith Poultry Farm will provide:

  • Chicken for consumption
  • Turkey for consumption
  • Ducks for consumption

Customer Focus

Smith Poultry Farm will target all residents residing in northern Iowa and throughout the state. They will target families, individuals, supermarkets, large retail chains, and restaurants.

Management Team

Smith Poultry Farm will be owned and operated by John and Sue Smith. They will recruit a very experienced and knowledgeable operator to manage the day-to-day operations of the poultry farm.

John Smith was born and raised on a local farm and has been working in farms most of his life. He left to pursue his agriculture degree from Iowa State and returned to work full-time at his father’s large farm. That farm produces beef, poultry, pork, and vegetables. Once he married Sue, the couple decided that they would begin to save up to pursue a farm of their own.

Sue Smith was raised on a farm as well. Once she graduated from high school, she attended Iowa State to pursue a degree in Business Administration. It was there where she met John and planned for their future farm where he would manage the farm operations and she would be in charge of the financial management and administration of the poultry farm operations.

Success Factors

Smith Poultry Farm will be able to achieve success by offering the following competitive advantages:

  • Ownership has extensive experience and knowledge in the poultry farming industry.
  • Owners will invest in the latest technology and equipment to make their poultry farm the most superior in the Midwest.
  • Smith Poultry Farm will breed high quality chickens, turkeys, and ducks in order to produce the freshest and quality poultry.

Financial Highlights

Smith Poultry Farm is seeking $500,000 in debt financing to launch its property management business. The funding will be dedicated towards securing the farm land and purchasing the necessary equipment and supplies. Funding will also be dedicated towards three months of overhead costs to include payroll of the staff, mortgage, and marketing costs for the poultry farm. The breakout of the funding is below:

  • Purchase 10 acres of farmland: $100,000
  • Farm equipment, supplies, and materials: $100,000
  • Three months of overhead expenses (payroll, rent, utilities): $150,000
  • Marketing costs: $50,000
  • Working capital: $100,000

The following graph below outlines the pro forma financial projections for Smith Poultry Farm.

Company Overview

Who is Smith Poultry Farm?

Smith Poultry Farm is a new poultry farm business located in Mason City, Iowa. The business is a newly established poultry farm founded by John and Sue Smith. As native Iowans, the couple has spent their life in the farming industry as their families have established farms throughout Iowa. Currently, there is a poultry shortage throughout the midwestern United States as some farms have been forced to shut down their business due to rising costs, labor shortage, and higher technology standards. Growing up in the farming industry, John and Sue have decided to take this opportunity to alleviate the poultry shortage as well as finally establish the farm they have been planning to do for the past six years. The couple plans to raise chickens, turkeys, and ducks to produce poultry for food consumption as well as eggs. Once the business is established, the couple will add more birds to the farm and purchase additional land.

As native Iowans, John and Sue have already recruited a team of farmhands that have extensive experience working in poultry farms. Most of them have been recently laid off from other poultry farms that have shut down their operations. John and Sue have already identified the lead farmhand who will assist John in the day to day farm operations oversight.

Smith Poultry Farm History Smith Poultry Farm is owned and operated by John and Sue Smith, Iowa natives who have extensive experience in farm operations and business administration. John has worked for his father’s large farm for most of his life and wants to finally pursue his own poultry farm since a number of poultry farms have ceased operations due to increased labor and distribution costs. John has already pursued a number of local grocery stores, large retail stores, and restaurants to have contracts to be their sole poultry distributor.

Since incorporation, Smith Poultry Farm has achieved the following milestones:

  • Registered Smith Poultry Farm, LLC to transact business in the state of Iowa.
  • Has 6 contracts in place to provide poultry for local restaurants, grocery stores, and large retail chains.
  • Reached out to numerous individuals and households to purchase their household’s poultry directly from Smith Poultry Farm.
  • Began recruiting a staff of farmhands to assist in the day to day operations of the poultry farm.

Smith Poultry Farm Products

The following will be the products Smith Poultry Farm will provide:

Industry Analysis

Customer analysis, demographic profile of target market.

Smith Poultry Farm will target all residents of  Mason City and the surrounding states. The target market will consist of households, grocery stores, restaurants, and large retail chains.

The precise demographics for Mason City, Iowa are:

  • 503,642 residents
  • 310,000 households
  • 1,000 restaurants
  • 500 grocery stores
  • 6 large retail grocery stores

Customer Segmentation

Smith Poultry Farm will primarily target the following customer profiles:

  • Individuals and households
  • Grocery Stores
  • Restaurants
  • Large Grocery Chains

Competitive Analysis

Direct and indirect competitors.

Smith Poultry Farm will face competition from other companies with similar business profiles. A description of each competitor company is below.

Myson Poultry Farm

Myson Poultry Farm is a modern, multi-national, protein-focused food company that produces approximately 20% of the beef, pork, and chicken in the United States. Along with its subsidiaries, the company operates a food company worldwide. The company began during the Great Depression when the eldest Myson began selling chickens. A few decades later, Myson’s son grew it into the large company it is today and is one of the largest poultry producers and distributors in the world.

By investing in technology, Myson was able to grow the brand. Through the development of better feeds and better disease control methods, chickens were maturing more quickly. These improvements, combined with increased competition, meant lower prices for consumers and households were able to purchase their poultry products in larger quantities.

Iowa Poultry Farm

Iowa Poultry Farms started in the 1920s when Liam Nelson sold and traded eggs by the dozen as a means to put food on the table for his family. Four generations later, the Nelson family has grown the business year-over-year to continue to meet the changing needs of the egg and pullet industry. More than 90 years of experience has established Iowa Poultry Farm as a well-respected pullet and hatching business as well as a reliant commercial egg producer under the current leadership.

The strength of Iowa Poultry Farm began when master plans for growth from the late 1980s to present day have produced new and improved pullet production facilities that have the capacity to accommodate the growth of the majority of the pullets in NPF’s proprietary facilities. Recent capital development has been invested in hatchery and breeder facilities that have the capacity to produce up to 9 million female chicks per year as well as supplementary aviary growing facilities for both cage-free and floor-grown conventional pullets.

Iowa Poultry Farm continues to innovate as a pullet and hatching business under the leadership of Frank and his son, Brett.

Good Cluck Poultry Farm

Good Cluck Poultry Farm maintains more than 50,000 breeders on its company owned farms. The company currently hatches and sells 79 standard chicken breeds/varieties, 58 breeds/varieties of bantams, 9 breeds of ducks, 3 breeds of geese, and 4 breeds/varieties of guineas. In addition, Good Cluck has available, as a service to its customers, 9 heritage breeds of turkeys, pheasants, and chukar.

Good Cluck certainly has good luck. While many hatcheries have been forced to close, Good Cluck Poultry Farm has become a leader in producing non-commercial poultry annually, selling more than six million items of baby poultry.

Good Cluck’s full list of products are white egg layers, brown egg layers, colored egg layers, standard assortments, broilers, crested chickens, feather legged bantams, bantam assortments, clean leg bantams, ducks, geese, guineas, turkeys, pheasants, chukar, and supplies.

Competitive Advantage

Smith Poultry Farm will be able to offer the following advantages over their competition:

  • Ownership has extensive experience and knowledge in the poultry farming industry and has over 20 years of experience managing poultry farm operations
  • Smith Poultry Farm will breed high quality chickens, ducks, and turkeys in order to produce the freshest and quality poultry.

Marketing Plan

Brand & value proposition.

Smith Poultry Farm will offer the unique value proposition to its clientele:

  • All farming practices will utilize the latest technology and equipment for safe breeding practices, production, and distribution of all farm animals.
  • The farm will only breed the highest quality poultry.
  • Unbeatable pricing to its clients and customers – Smith Poultry Farm does not mark up its poultry products at a large percentage. All poultry will be on par with competition.

Promotions Strategy

The promotions strategy for Smith Poultry Farm is as follows:

Word of Mouth/Referrals

John Smith has built up an extensive list of contacts over the years by living and working in the midwestern farming industry. Since a number of local poultry farms have ceased operations, they have committed to John that Smith Poultry Farm will be their poultry supplier. They trust his work ethic and commitment to the local community.

Professional Associations and Networking

Smith Poultry Farm will become a member of American Farmland Trust, Farming NGO, National Farmers Union, and the Iowa Chamber of Commerce. They will focus their networking efforts on expanding their client network and marketing their new brand.

Print Advertising

Smith Poultry Farm will invest in professionally designed print ads to display in programs or flyers at industry networking events.

Website/SEO Marketing

Smith Poultry Farm will hire a third-party marketing company to design their print ads and design their website. The website will be well organized, informative, and list all the poultry products they plan to offer. The website will also list their contact information and directions to the poultry farm. The marketing company will also include SEO tactics so that anytime someone types in the Google or Bing search engine “Iowa poultry farm” or “poultry farm near me”, Smith Poultry Farm will be listed at the top of the search results.

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The pricing of Smith Poultry Farm will be moderate and on par with competitors so customers feel they receive value when purchasing their poultry products.

Operations Plan

The following will be the operations plan for Smith Poultry Farm.

Operation Functions:

  • John Smith will be the Owner and President of the company. He will oversee all staff and manage client relations. John, along with Sue, has spent the past year recruiting the following staff:
  • Sue Smith – will oversee all administrative aspects of running the poultry farm. This will include bookkeeping, tax payments, and payroll of the staff.
  • George Hargrove – Head Farmhand who will oversee the farming staff and day to day operations.
  • Ben Loya – Assistant Farmhand who will assist George.
  • Frank Johnson – Distribution Manager who will oversee the packaging and distribution of all poultry products.


Smith Poultry Farm will have the following milestones complete in the next six months.

1/1/202X – Finalize purchase of farm land

2/15/202X – Purchase farm equipment, supplies and materials

3/1/202X – Finalize contracts for grocery store, chain, and restaurant clients

4/15/202X – Begin networking at industry events

5/1/202X – Purchase initial set of poultry animals

5/15/202X – Hire and train farm staff

6/1/202X – Smith Poultry Farm begins farm operations

Smith Poultry Farm will be owned and operated by John and Sue Smith. John will manage the oversight of all farm operations with the help of his lead farmhand. Sue will manage all administrative and financial aspects of the farm business.

Financial Plan

Key revenue & costs.

The revenue drivers for Smith Poultry Farm are the revenues it will receive from poultry products, eggs, and the breeding fees they will charge to individuals who have high-quality chicken, turkeys, or ducks they want to breed.

The cost drivers will be the overhead costs required in order to staff and maintain successful farm operations. The expenses will be the payroll cost, mortgage payment, utilities, farming supplies, equipment maintenance, and marketing materials.

Funding Requirements and Use of Funds

Smith Poultry Farm is $500,000 in debt financing to launch its property management business. The funding will be dedicated towards securing the farm land and purchasing the necessary equipment and supplies. Funding will also be dedicated towards three months of overhead costs to include payroll of the staff, mortgage, and marketing costs for the poultry farm. The breakout of the funding is below:

Key Assumptions

The following outlines the key assumptions required in order to achieve the revenue and cost numbers in the financials and in order to pay off the startup business loan.

  • Number of Poultry Animals: 5,600
  • Average Revenue per Animal: $20
  • Number of Poultry Products Sold Per Year: 1,000,000

Financial Projections

Income statement, balance sheet, cash flow statement, poultry farm business plan faqs, what is a poultry farm business plan.

A poultry farm business plan is a plan to start and/or grow your poultry farm business. Among other things, it outlines your business concept, identifies your target customers, presents your marketing plan and details your financial projections.

You can easily complete your poultry farm business plan using our Poultry Farm Business Plan Template here .

What are the Main Types of Poultry Farms?

There are a number of different kinds of poultry farms , some examples include: Breeder Farms, Broiler Farms, and Pullet Farms.

How Do You Get Funding for Your Poultry Business Plan?

Poultry farms are often funded through small business loans. Personal savings, credit card financing and angel investors are also popular forms of funding.  Having a chicken farming business plan will help show investors you are well-prepared to start your own business.

What are the Steps To Start a Poultry Farm Business?

Starting a poultry farm business can be an exciting endeavor. Having a clear roadmap of the steps to start a business will help you stay focused on your goals and get started faster.

1. Develop A Poultry Farm Business Plan - The first step in starting a business is to create a detailed poultry business plan that outlines all aspects of the venture. This should include potential market size and target customers, the services or products you will offer, pricing strategies and a detailed financial forecast.  

2. Choose Your Legal Structure - It's important to select an appropriate legal entity for your poultry farm business. This could be a limited liability company (LLC), corporation, partnership, or sole proprietorship. Each type has its own benefits and drawbacks so it’s important to do research and choose wisely so that your poultry farm business is in compliance with local laws.

3. Register Your Poultry Farm Business - Once you have chosen a legal structure, the next step is to register your poultry farm business with the government or state where you’re operating from. This includes obtaining licenses and permits as required by federal, state, and local laws. 

4. Identify Financing Options - It’s likely that you’ll need some capital to start your poultry farm business, so take some time to identify what financing options are available such as bank loans, investor funding, grants, or crowdfunding platforms. 

5. Choose a Location - Whether you plan on operating out of a physical location or not, you should always have an idea of where you’ll be based should it become necessary in the future as well as what kind of space would be suitable for your operations. 

6. Hire Employees - There are several ways to find qualified employees including job boards like LinkedIn or Indeed as well as hiring agencies if needed – depending on what type of employees you need it might also be more effective to reach out directly through networking events. 

7. Acquire Necessary Poultry Farm Equipment & Supplies - In order to start your poultry farm business, you'll need to purchase all of the necessary equipment and supplies to run a successful operation. 

8. Market & Promote Your Business - Once you have all the necessary pieces in place, it’s time to start promoting and marketing your poultry farm business. This includes creating a website, utilizing social media platforms like Facebook or Twitter, and having an effective Search Engine Optimization (SEO) strategy. You should also consider traditional marketing techniques such as radio or print advertising. 

Learn more about how to start a successful poultry farm business:

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A Poultry Farming Feasibility Study for Beginners: Is It Worth the Investment?

MAR.24, 2023

Poultry Farm Feasibility Study

Poultry farming is a well-established agricultural practice that involves breeding, rearing, and producing chickens, turkeys, ducks, and geese for various purposes, including meat, feathers, and eggs. The growing demand for poultry products has made it a profitable business opportunity. However, starting a poultry farming business requires careful research and strategic planning, and a feasibility study can play a vital role in determining its feasibility and profitability.

Why should a feasibility study be carried out at the beginning of a poultry project?

Conducting a feasibility study is crucial for any business, especially for a dynamic project like poultry farming. Feasibility study outlines the project’s potential, strengths and weaknesses, evaluates potential risks and opportunities, financial viability and helps in determining the optimum location for the project. A properly executed feasibility study can furnish significant insights to enable well-informed decisions, optimize profitability, and reduce the risk of financial losses.

For example, a potential poultry farmer planning to start a project without conducting a Poultry Farming Business Plan Sample and Feasibility Study may be at risk of not understanding the market demand, competition, or regulatory requirements in their locality. Without such significant insights, the farmer risks facing financial loss from the onset of the project due to lack of planning, and it could lead to long-term failure of the project. 

After conducting a feasibility study, the poultry farmer can acquire valuable insights into several aspects. These include understanding the market’s demands, the level of competition in the industry, the expenses involved in production, and the overall business environment. Additionally, they can evaluate the project’s financial feasibility and make informed decisions to maximize profitability, should the project prove feasible.

When planning to start a new poultry project, the farmer may face a situation where they don’t conduct a feasibility study or don’t carry it out thoroughly. This can have several possible consequences:

  • Inability to identify potential risks and opportunities: Without conducting a feasibility study or a Eggs Farming Business Plan Sample , farmers may not be able to identify potential risks and opportunities, which could lead to financial loss or missed opportunities.
  • Misjudging the financial viability: In the absence of a feasibility study or a Pig Farm Business Plan Template , farmers may not be able to assess the financial feasibility of the poultry project. They may overestimate the potential profitability of the project, overlook significant costs or improperly allocate resources leading to financial loss.
  • Choosing the wrong location: A successful poultry venture or Dairy Farm Business Plan Template is highly dependent on its placement. If an assessment of feasibility is not executed, poultry producers may neglect to appraise the influence of different locations on the feasibility of the enterprise. Consequently, they may opt for a location that lacks the essential amenities required for efficient operation of the business.

It is crucial not to disregard the significance of performing a feasibility analysis for a poultry farming venture. Neglecting this step can lead to the initiation of a business that may not be financially feasible, confront operational challenges, and hamper the prospects of profitability.

What does a feasibility study of poultry farming include?

Conducting a feasibility study for poultry farming samples provides essential insights for the establishment and management of a thriving poultry farming venture. Generally, such a study encompasses three principal constituents:

1. Market and Need Analysis

The market and need analysis is aimed at determining the intended audience and assessing the demand for poultry products. It is imperative to apprehend contemporary market tendencies and consumer patterns when considering a poultry farming business. A few of the elements to encompass in this section are:

  • Market size and growth potential
  • Target market segments and their preferences
  • Current and forecasted demand for poultry products
  • Availability of raw materials and inputs (feed, water, etc.)
  • Competitors and their market share
  • Pricing strategies and market trends
  • Infrastructure requirements (land, buildings, equipment, utilities)

Examples of items to be included in the Market and Need Analysis:

  • Analysis of poultry products’ market trends over the past 5 years.
  • Research on consumer behavior and preferences of different poultry products.
  • Evaluation of potential new markets for poultry products, such as export opportunities or new domestic markets.
  • Analysis of competitors’ market share and the pricing strategies they use.

2. Process Analysis

The process analysis evaluates the functional facets of the poultry farming business, such as the production process, farming techniques, and operational protocols. The goal is to ascertain the viability and continuity of the farming process. A few of the elements to consider in this section comprise:

  • The size and type of farm needed to meet demand
  • The type of poultry to be raised and the breeding method
  • Feed and fertilization methods
  • Disease management and biosecurity measures
  • Waste management practices

Examples of items to be included in the Process Analysis:

  • Assessment of the land and facilities required to start the poultry farm.
  • Selection of the most profitable poultry breed to meet the target market’s demand.
  • Determination of the feed and fertilization process for the poultry farm.
  • Development of a disease management plan and implementation of biosecurity measures.
  • Evaluation of the best methods for disposing of waste by-products from the farm.

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3. Financial Analysis

The financial analysis scrutinizes the investments and returns of the poultry farming business. This evaluation necessitates a comprehensive review of expenses, revenues, and profit margins. The financial analysis ought to investigate various circumstances to evaluate the feasibility of the project by gauging the monetary hazards and likely returns on investment. A few of the elements to incorporate in this section include:

  • Start-up costs and ongoing expenses
  • Revenue projections and profit margins
  • Break Even analysis and return on investment
  • Risks and mitigation strategies

Examples of items to be included in the Financial Analysis:

  • Calculation of the total start-up costs, such as land purchase, building construction, and equipment expenses needed to launch the poultry farm.
  • Estimation of the ongoing expenses, such as feed and maintenance costs, needed for the farm to operate efficiently.
  • Financial projections of expected revenue from the poultry farm, such as egg or meat sales, for the next five years.
  • Break Even analysis to determine the point at which the business will start making a profit.
  • Identification of the potential risks the business may face and how to mitigate those risks.

Relationship to current investor interests

It is of utmost significance for investors who intend to commence or extend a venture to carry out a feasibility study prior to investing in it. Such an assessment could assist in ascertaining whether the venture aligns with their current portfolio and objectives, and detecting any potential obstacles or openings. Distinct investors may possess varying interests and viewpoints towards the same venture, depending on their current portfolio and objectives.

Let’s understand this with a hypothetical scenario of Investor A and Investor B that illustrates how different investors may have different interests and perspectives on the same project, depending on their current portfolio and goals.

Investor A owns or is aligned to a chain of supermarkets. 

Investor A wants the egg production project to vertically integrate with his existing business. This means he wants to control the entire supply chain of eggs from production to distribution to retail. He knows he can sell the eggs because he owns the shelf space in his supermarkets. He may conduct a feasibility study that focuses on how the project links with his overall structure and market strategy. For example, he may consider how the project will affect his existing suppliers and customers, how it will increase his market share and competitive advantage, how it will reduce his transportation and storage costs, etc.

Investor B grows corn and has a feed mill that is operating at 50 percent capacity.

Investor B is interested in synergies with his grain business. This means he wants to use his excess corn and feed mill capacity to produce feed for the egg production project. He may conduct a feasibility study that focuses on how the project reduces his costs and increases his utilization rate. For example, he may consider how the project will lower his feed prices and improve his feed quality, how it will increase his demand and revenue for corn and feed mill products, how it will optimize his production and operation efficiency, etc.

In such a case, each investor will get a different answer from a feasibility study based on their own criteria and assumptions. They will weigh the costs and benefits of the project differently according to their own interests and perspectives.

This table will help you understand what role will feasibility study play for Investor A and Investor B.

It’s clear that every feasibility study is unique, and before investing in a project, each investor should conduct their own thorough investigation. This method can help them anticipate potential issues and losses by evaluating the project’s opportunities and challenges beforehand. A feasibility study is of utmost importance and can prevent investors from incurring significant losses and future anxieties, making it a crucial aspect of commencing or expanding a project.

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At OGSCapital, our experts have profound industry-specific comprehension and proficiency in a diverse array of sectors, such as agriculture, manufacturing, technology, retail, hospitality, and many others. We take great pride in delivering personalized feasibility study reports that offer a lucid comprehension of potential risks, opportunities, and financial feasibility. Our feasibility study report and the analysis on poultry farming are customized to meet precise business prerequisites and comprise thorough evaluations and forecasts.

We adopt a collaborative approach to comprehend our client’s demands and requirements. We work closely with our clients to ensure that their goals and objectives are incorporated into the study. Our team of experts employ a blend of primary and secondary research to provide comprehensive insights into the market, consumer behavior, and competition.

Feasibility study serves as a bedrock for every startup. Hence, we endeavor to provide our clients with a meticulous and precise Feasibility Study on Poultry Farming PDF that can aid in attracting investors, obtaining financing, and optimizing business profitability.

Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you achieve your business goals.

  • Which poultry farming is most profitable? Broiler farming is considered the most profitable type of poultry farming due to the high demand for chicken meat. However, before starting any poultry farming venture, it’s crucial to conduct a feasibility study on poultry farming for beginners.
  • What is the vision of poultry farming? The vision of poultry farming is to provide a consistent and sustainable source of meat and eggs for human consumption while promoting animal welfare and environmental stewardship.

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The #1 Project Reporting Program for Poultry Farmers

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Poultry Project Reporter 2.0 is the fastest and most flexible way to build your winning layer or broiler farming project report.

  • Make a detailed report in under 90 minutes!
  • In-built with egg & meat production metrics
  • Auto-calculate financial statements
  • Any country, any currency, any breed of chicken

Poultry Project Reporter 2.0 is now available!

Make expert poultry project reports easily, with ALL the exact production & financial data you need.

What is it?

Poultry Project Reporter 2.0 is the only automatic way of writing an in-depth, professional (bankable) poultry proposal.

(And produces a document identical to the sample in my “12 Steps” article)

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The program was custom developed by Temi Cole ( The Big Book Project ) on the simple theory:

If you give poultry farmers a practical way to apply REAL market scenarios to the theory learned from research… …not only will they actually enjoy the process of business planning, BUT they will learn priceless lessons from their mistakes & successes alike. Temi Cole

My #1 poultry project report software will help turn start-up poultry farmers and professionals alike into effective strategic business planners.

How will it help you?

Certified Poultry Biz Expert

…this program will transform you into a highly analytical, confident, and finance-savvy poultry business decision maker.

Engage today with realistic marketplace scenarios & get into the strategic driving seat of your future poultry enterprise.

Who is it for?

So, whether you’re about to launch your 1st broiler or layer farm.

Or an experienced poultry farmer planning ‘next level’ growth.

Or a professional wanting to help your clients get ahead of the curve.

This professional reporting software will help you develop THE winning strategic formula for future business successes.

Meet your program instructor

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Hello, I’m Temi Cole.

You may know me from finding my #1 poultry farming business planning resources online:

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Or, perhaps…

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Just in case you’ve missed them – you’ll find they are some of the most detailed learning tools for starting a poultry farm online:

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As you’ll read next,

I recently developed this poultry farm project software (that actually helps you fine-tune a winning poultry business model).

What’s surprising is that I initially found poultry project proposals very confusing.

That is – before digging deep to develop my own winning formula.

My first attempt at producing a poultry project report was a disaster!

I first began researching poultry project reports about 4 years ago.

Like most, I knew the collateral value of a quality project report was MASSIVE.

So, I started looking for sample PDF reports online.

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I found they followed a certain format (you know the kind of thing…):

  • a list of economic parameters
  • capital cost
  • working capital
  • income statement
  • discounted cash flow
  • benefit cost ratio
  • net present value
  • internal rate of return
  • loan or mortgage repayment schedule

But what I couldn’t readily see was how the figures REALLY stacked up.

In others words,

…if you asked me to produce the same thing with my own input…

(Based on those templates) – I would be totally lost .

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…for an economic analyst, pulling together a quality project report perhaps is a do-able task.

But then again, not every start-up farmer just happens to be an ex-economist too.

So, I began to question:

How would a beginner crack their own report?

And more importantly…

…how would they learn to make the most PROFITABLE real-life investment decisions?

That’s when I decided to stop taking those sample reports at face value.

I got out my calculator and began decoding and unpicking every step and every calculation – from scratch.

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(So, I set myself the challenge of writing my own poultry farming project report.)

Then, something clicked…

The process taught me something VALUABLE!

I must have trawled through EVERY sample poultry project report on Google.

Line by line – deciphering both tangles and knots.

Doing this I learned an important lesson:

Most people think a project report is a funding proposal for getting a start-up loan. Instead, I discovered that funding isn’t the real fruit of producing a project report…

…But rather, making profitable investment & management decisions .

By doing this deep dive exercise,

I understood SO much more about what really makes a poultry farm profitable.

I turned this realisation into a system for taking a beginner in poultry and training them into a $100K/year poultry financial planner.

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Here’s what I did next:

I got documenting my formula.

And applying it to real-life startup farming situations from around the world.

I took enquiries through my website and converted them into sample plans & step-by-step tutorials.

Take this one for example:

Kerala Egg Co Poultry Farming Project Report

And the best part?

Using my system – the time taken and difficulty experienced was nothing.

(Think about it: Even for the most proficient financial planner – a quality project report could take days to perfect).

How long did my system take me?

An hour – MAX.

Because of this proven system that I developed, I quickly was able to churn out both layer and broiler reports of ANY SIZE, ANY WHERE…


…deep litter

…it really didn’t matter, it was BOTH fast and flexible.

And consistently ACCURATE.

That’s When I Considered: “Could This System Work for Other People Too?”

I was quite surprised with the results my system was getting.

But, if it couldn’t solve the problem of others (namely, the rank beginner) – at best, I figured, I could use it as a consultancy tool.

If the feedback was anything to go by…

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…this system of writing a report would have MASSIVE value to those starting out – if only it was built for users.

So I did some fine tuning on theory, then I made it an accomplished step-by-step distance learning program & report generator.

I packaged it to be a software as a service (SaaS) and called it, Poultry Project Reporter.

(It simply does what it says.)

So here we are, for the first time ever…Poultry Project Reporter 2.0 is now open for license.

Introducing: Poultry Project Reporter 2.0

Poultry Project Reporter 2.0 is the only solution that helps you produce pro-reports in a fraction of the time – with ALL the exact data you need.

Here are a few ways that Poultry Project Reporter 2.0 can help you (or your clients) get ahead of the curve:

Know EXACTLY how much money you need to start

Does the job of an expert consultant and presents you with a detailed cost model for getting started.

Perfect your pitch for attracting the right investors.

Backup every angle of your proposal with an iron-clad calculation that eases inquisitive minds.

Project your income over then next 6 years

Develop an accurate outlook for what your REAL take-home earnings should be over the next 6 years.

Weigh up whether it’s best to buy land or to rent

Land is expensive either way. Compare cost scenarios and decide confidently.

Discover your best route to poultry farming profits

Use the reporter to test drive various models and methods of making poultry profits.

See clearly how to start in poultry without making a loss

Avoid taking poorly calculated risks. Leap over pitfalls and land into clear poultry profits.

Here’s What’s Included in Poultry Farm Project Reporter 2.0:

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Pro bankable standard format

Including a discounted cash flow calculator – this report is written in the language of bankers and investors.

Auto-calculating fillable fields

The program tells you what figures to input and then does all of the hard work for you. Simply sit back and watch.

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Flexible – master both meat or egg plans

There are 2 modes. Layer and broiler reports. Each comes pre-programmed with its own nuances to give you 1st class results.

Built-In production modelling

See for yourself how changing production model affects your bottom line. This program adjusts the outcome by model chosen.

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Who is this program really for?

Anyone with a keen business interest in poultry farming will find GREAT value in this program.

BUT (if I were to really spell it out)… I’d highly recommend this if you are…

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New or Experienced Poultry Farmer

Whether layer or broiler, this program was built to give you the BEST investment advice for planning your farm’s future.

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Agribusiness Training Provider

Use this program as a virtual poultry farming business simulator to get your candidates up to speed ASAP.

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Business Consultant

Draft detailed plans and deliver key investment proposals at a fraction of the time and cost.

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Governmental Economist

Calculate the real impact of policy and macro environmental changes to the poultry industry.

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Advise clients accurately with a well informed ‘strategic take’ on their poultry business planning.

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Startup Entrepreneur

Become fully conversant in the intricacies of running a profitable poultry farming enterprise.

This program is NOT for you if:

…you want a report template just to apply for a loan.

…you are not willing to try hard to get things right.

…you think you’re buying paperwork.

…you’ve got no intention of using the advice given.

This program IS for you if:

…you like learning how to get the edge on achieving success.

…you want to know what really makes a profitable poultry farm.

…you are not afraid of making many attempts to perfect your aim.

…you are ready to take action when you realise what to do.

…you consider making improvements is a continual process.

How should the Reporter be used?

Every time I use the Poultry Project Reporter 2.0, I learn something new about making profits from poultry farming (and I use it every day).

To describe it best,

I’d call it a scenario planner AND report generator.

It helps you make more profitable management decisions (PLUS it documents your plan in detail).

Here’s how it works in just 3-easy steps …

Research all your data inputs – like real market costs and prices.

Decide on a proposed model and simple plug-in your numbers.

Continually rinse and repeat until you perfect your poultry profits .

It’s simple, but answers ALL the questions!

The program is a one-stop shop for answering all your poultry business investment questions.

And it does it with ease.

  • Step-by-step
  • Highly detailed
  • Well explained

– it’s a unique learning tool for all poultry business enthusiasts.

When you’ve completed the program once – you’ll find it hard to put it down.

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Learn & plan via the web step-by-step:

The layout is very clear and builds up your understanding as you go through it.

Auto calculations = ZERO guess work:

All the summing up is done behind the scenes leaving your mind clear to take in the results.

Fully control your production model:

Adapt your egg or meat production model to hit the sweet spot of optimal profit.

Instant financials – easily done!

The program takes all of your simple inputs and effortlessly converts them into complex financial statements.

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Email results only a click away:

Once done, all you need to do is hit the submit button and the results are emailed to you immediately.

‘Look the part’ – with the pro PDF:

All subscription levels package up your results into a premium design PDF.

The document is in standard best practice format – as recognised by financial professionals.

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(unlimited access), 1-year business license.

Great for writing your own poultry farm project report – FAST.

Paid as one sum

…just 54¢ per day

Both Reporters

*Mobile & Tablet Friendly TOO! *Broadband Internet NEEDED

Here’s what you get…

  • 1 Year Access
  • 1 User ONLY (Person)
  • Both Layer & Broiler Reporters
  • Unlimited Attempts
  • Inc. Support & Updates
  • PPR 2.0 Insider’s User Guide
  • *Premium PDF Version
  • Standard Support

1-Year Agency License

Great for producing plans for clients, publishers & teaching students.

…just $1 per day

Both Reporters + Add-Ons + Partnership

  • *Bespoke White Labelled PDF Layouts
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  • *New: Add-Ons inc. Investor Metrics Dashboard
  • *New: 180-Day (1-to-1) Project Report Coaching
  • *New: Pro Reviews & Recommendations Service
  • *New: Client Referrals To Build Your Pipeline

24/7 Email Support Coverage

We’ve got it covered.

Your purchase is covered by our 24/7 email support coverage. 

If for any reason you need our support with the program, all you need do is email and our team will be at hand to help.

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An expert learning program.

Led by Temi Cole, this learning experience is built for maximum value in getting up to speed on poultry profits.

Web-based fillable form software

Presented in an easy to use online web form, the program takes all of the grunt work out of financial planning.

Step-By-Step Tutorials

Learn fine detail of poultry farming profits with step-by-step guides. The most cost-effective way of getting top class consultancy.

A Quick Start-Up Guide

Hit the ground running – no steep learning curve. Just jump straight in with what you’ve got to hand.

Fast Response Times

Any questions? Our email series teaches you how to get the best value experience, but we’re here to answer questions.

24/7 Support Helpdesk

Any problems? We’re always checking over the system to make sure you get the best service.

If your question isn’t covered here, try our Knowledge Base.

Do I need an internet connection to run this program?

You will need a reliable broadband quality internet connection to use this program.

Can I use a mobile smart phone to access Poultry Project Reporter 2.0?

YES – absolutely. The project report software runs equally on mobile, desktop and laptop devices.

The PDF output of the form that is emailed to you (upon completion) also can be easily read and is formatted for mobile viewing.

Will I get the premium PDF?

All packages include the premium PDF feature.

Can I submit this project report to a bank for funding?

The format of the financial summaries contained within these reports are of an acceptable, professional reporting standard.

Will it pass as a funding proposal?

A funding proposal includes a comprehensive all-round business plan as addendum.

This project report deals with the metrics and financial metrics.

Do they include a production plan?

All the production related calculations in these project reports are 100% accurate down to the last egg or kg of chicken meat.

The parameters are taken from top breeder manuals, plus FAO and leading institutional guidelines.

Can it help me calculate income over 6 years?

The project report is programmed to produce projections spanning a 6 year time line.

Will it tell me how much I need to start my farm?

Poultry Project Reporter 2.0 is designed to help you make real, profitable business decisions.

Included within this is a total project budget for starting.

Both working capital and one-off capital costs.

Will tell me what % returns I can expect?

The Poultry Project Reporter 2.0 uses pro tools for analysing future financial returns.

I programmed it to speak the same kind of language bankers and economists use to evaluate opportunities.

Will it help me decide if I should rent or buy land?

You can run the Poultry Project Reporter 2.0 to show you a profit comparison between renting vs. buying land.

It will give you an end result for both scenarios.

Its a great way of weighing up such (otherwise) difficult decisions.

How will the program help me to avoid making a loss?

As a strategy planner, the program helps you by running multiple example production/financial scenarios before starting for real.

Learning from the program helps you make more informed poultry investment decisions.

Can the program perform cash flow analysis?

Yes, absolutely. (Without ANY programming from you.)

All built-in.

Discounted Cash Flow analysis is also included. This instrument is often used by business brokers for the purpose of valuing poultry farms for sale.

Will it advise me on how much stock I should start with?

By repeatedly running the program at varying stock levels, the program helps you settle on a sweet spot of profitability.

It’s a valuable strategic support tool in that sense.

Will it help me choose production model?

The program can be adjusted to run all common production models for both broiler and layer farm.

[Note: only Business and Agency licenses allow both layer and broiler format]

Running these modes helps refine your view on most profitable route to market.


An inside look at the Poultry Project Reporter 2.0…

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India’s per capita protein intake has been a source of worry for a long time. The cheapest and most readily accessible options are eggs and chicken meat. Traditional country birds produced in an integrated farming sector at the pond bank will provide the nutritional demands of impoverished communities. Farmers will have access to resources for the rest of their life because of this.

Furthermore, rural chicken farming may be combined with fish farming. Water and terrain are entirely used in this manner. The birds that grew up on the pond’s bank will act as fertilizer machines, enriching the pond’s nutritional status and increasing productivity. Integrated farming systems create job opportunities while lowering costs. Despite a tremendous increase in poultry production over the last few decades, rural poultry has mostly stayed the same.

This is because it has been a mostly ignored area. Focusing on diverse areas of parenting, improved management methods, and a scientific approach are the keys to success. This blog post will guide you through the country chicken farming project report or free-range chicken farming project report in India. Find the country/free range chicken farming project report below.

In case you missed it: Sustainable Poultry Farming: Benefits and How to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint with Chickens

Free Range Chicken Farming

Because of the significant demand for local chicken, the birds and eggs they produce may be sold at any time of year in the local market. Low initial investments combined with better economic returns are a winning combination. The demand for country chicken, often known as ‘Desi Murga,’ in north India and brown egg variation is larger than for other breeds.

The quality and taste of the chicken and eggs are substantially greater if the birds are kept on an organic farm. Because the birds are grown in a stress-free environment, this procedure treats chicken wastes such as droppings, surplus feeds, and other wastes directly as organic manure, increasing crop output.

Unlike other kinds, country chickens do not require complex house preparations since they are tougher and more flexible. The homes must shield the birds from the elements, such as direct sunlight, rain, wind, and cold. During the winter, it should also guard them against frost. The birds are allowed to graze during the day and confined in confinement at night in a free-range rearing scheme.

Houses must be built in the north-south direction, not the east-west direction, to avoid direct sunlight and encourage optimal air circulation. The floor is raised to prevent water from accumulating and creating flood-like conditions. It must be devoid of rat problems and water cracks and be movable so that the dwellings may be moved if necessary. It must also be easy to clean. A bulb must be installed in the ceiling to keep the chicks warm and give them light.

In case you missed it: Best Package Practices to Grow Chickpeas: Cultivation and Production of Bengal Gram/Chana

Country Chicken Farming

Feed costs are low with country chicken compared to other types of raising because the birds are allowed to scavenge in the open. During scavenging, they collect and eat worms, insects, weeds, household debris, agricultural residue, and leftover grains to meet their daily dietary requirements of proteins, vitamins, minerals, and energy. Rice bran, broken rice, groundnut straw, and so on can be used as a supplement.

They were fed twice daily. The feed is kept for a month during the rainy season to avoid fungal contamination. An extra 30-60 grams of food supply per day might be given to the birds for enhanced performance. The feed is made with rice polish, wheat residue, and fish feed, and maize to provide vitamin, mineral, and salt requirements. The birds are fed typical beginner food for chicks available on the market during their growing period.

During the growing period, the birds are fed drumstick leaves, waste grains, mulberry leaves, and other foods in addition to the scavenged meal. The average body weight after 120 days must be between 1.3 and 2.4 kg. Furthermore, they must be fed modestly throughout the first several weeks to stimulate their eating habit. It also aids in developing skeletal feathers and a strong immune system.


During the first few days, they cannot maintain their body temperature. As a result, additional considerations must be made to preserve body temperature. Brooding is the term for this process.

Local broody chickens are utilized as sitters in natural brooding. All of the necessary nesting materials, as well as food and water, are provided to the hen. Incubation is done with eggs from enhanced varieties. The chicks are left with the mother to scavenge once the eggs hatch. Special arrangements are provided for the baby chicken and her mother in the evenings. At any given moment, a broody hen may look after 12-15baby chickens.

In case you missed it: Ayam Cemani Chicken Breed Guide: Characteristics, Cost, Egg Laying, Care,

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In this situation, no broody hen is employed. Instead, there is a facility for artificial heat to be supplied. Wood, charcoal, kerosene, sawdust, and other heat sources are employed. During the first week, the temperature is kept at 950 °F Fahrenheit. It is lowered by 50°F in the following weeks till the 6th week. In the brooding stage, moderate heat of 2 watts per chick is required.

Beak trimming may seem ludicrous, but it is necessary to prevent feed waste and fights between chickens. The third week is when the beak is trimmed, and roughly a third is removed. The most frequent way of beak trimming is to burn the beak using a hot iron. It stops beak growth by destroying the beak growth tissues. It is important not to burn the tongue during this process.

Care for Chickens

For country chickens, this is their growing season. With 95 degrees Fahrenheit heat, the hens shed should be able to keep up to 300 chicks. Broken rye, rice, sorghum, and maize can be used as chick feed in this situation. To avoid infections in developing hens, we should inject neo-machine and cephalexin. Furthermore, the drinking water should be warm and free of contaminants.

The feed supplied to the hens throughout this period will determine the chicken’s weight. It’s critical to ensure that a balanced diet provides the proper quantity of protein. The percentage of fiber in the diet should be 8%, and the energy accessible to chicks should be up to 2700 g/calorie.

Methoni should be given to the hens in their seventeenth week, and the chick’s head should be thrown into the water containing permethrin. If the chickens have a respiratory problem, the permethrin should be mixed with water. Cells and other parasites in the chicken’s head will vanish only then. The solution should also be sprayed over the farm’s floor.

In the summer, water is scarce. However, there should be no water scarcity when raising rural hens because the country chickens will die if not fed. They, on the other hand, cannot survive without water. Water is consumed twice as a feeder by hens raised for good weight. Hens do not have a natural gland to remove sweat from their bodies. As a result, the hens’ heat will be absorbed through their breathing. As a result, the hens drink a lot of water in the summer. We can give hens glucose or sugar solution to prevent heatstroke, and their thirst for water may increase.

The ground of the sheds will be cold during the winter. To avoid this, use sawdust on the floor to moderate the ground’s cooling. If the floor is excessively compacted, ammonia gas is produced, which causes eye discomfort in the hens and may result in sickness. As a result, the floor must be kept at a moisture level of 25 degrees.

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Feeding Chicken

Detailed Project Reports (DPR) are necessary for poultry farming systems with high outlays. Construction of broiler sheds and equipment purchases, cost of day-old chicks, feed, medication, and labour costs for the first cycle are all issues that require investment or financing.

The State Bank of India (SBI) grants loans up to 75% of the entire cost for this operation and up to Rs 3,00,000 for a 5,000 chicken poultry farm. You may get a loan of up to ten lakh rupees from here. This SBI loan must be repaid in five years. If you cannot repay the loan in five years, you will be offered an additional six months. The government provides up to a 25% subsidy for chicken production. This subsidy is up to 35% for SC/ST class students.

Land development, fencing, water and power, storerooms, transport, bird dressing, and processing are all factors that might be considered when granting credit. Borrowers can use the services of NABARD Consultancy Services for high-value projects since they have extensive expertise in preparing Detailed Project Reports.

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Chicken Farm Shed

Grand total = Capital cost + Recurring cost = 5,01,000

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Disclaimer: The figures above are completely hypothetical, and they are just assumed (not proven) to yield outstanding results in practice. Any inaccuracies in this project, as well as any decisions or actions taken as a result of utilizing this site, are not our responsibility.

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What is a poultry industry analysis.

It’s a discussion around the current news worthy commentary on the poultry industry in your country.

The idea is to take a wide range of news mentions on the industry.

Then to piece together a well-rounded overview.

At heart, it’s secondary research. With any primary, 1st hand efforts sprinkled in wherever possible.

Importance of poultry industry analysis?

Your investment decision in a poultry farm needs to be well-informed.

Your farm should be prepared for exposure to the external commercial elements.

Winds, rain and sun and more…

Journalists are the industry’s weather reporters.

They report on what they see according to their specialist interest in a particular sector.

Because of the nature of the publications that fuel their employers’ businesses, they are often on – trend .

(Their material is almost never ever-green content. But perishable .)

Due to their trendy viewpoint, their articles often have the MOST value at (and around) the time of publishing…

…with diminishing returns thereafter.

You’ll want to compliment your poultry farming business plan with a fair serving of this research material.

Such research will focus your mind (and those of your audience) on the most influential factors for success.

This way you are adding robustness to your plan.

Template of a poultry industry analysis

The poultry industry analysis is designed to answer the following pre-investment questions:

  • What are the current key industry talking points?
  • How is your poultry business aligned for achieving success?
  • What does the commercial environment have in store for your business?
  • What are the main factors affecting competition in your poultry market?

This helps to load your business plan with useful insights for preparing your farm to survive the coming trade conditions.

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United States  is the number one country which holds the maximum number of poultry farms globally.  China  raise the maximum number of chickens in the world for meat.

According to statista.com report, there were more than 23.7 billion chickens in the world in 2019. In current reports, chicken is 22% part of total meat globally. 

Principal purpose of chicken farm is to raise chickens for meat. It is not developed for layer egg farming.

Poultry farm business plan 2022

In an  integrated farming system  poultry farming is one of the major parts of the business model, which  is helpful to solve  problems of farmers. 

Poultry farming is a method of  raising chickens for meat . In this method, a specific kind of rooster is the primary choice for meat. You can convert Poultry farming into sustainable poultry farm too.

Poultry farming investment for 5000 chicken farm

Before getting the method and idea of poultry farming, let's understand initial investment to start a poultry farm. 

One time investment 

  • Land cost  - around 2500000 INR/ $33333.33 (for 1500 square meter = 15 m  x 100 m) 
  • Labour cost  - 100000 INR( $1334)
  • House construction cost - 400000 INR ($8000)
  • Electricity fitting - 40000 - 50000 INR($534)
  • Water connection - 50000 INR($666.7)

TOTAL COST  - 3100000 INR( $41500)

Working investment for every batch  

  • Chicken cost  - 50000 INR /$670
  • Chicken feed  - 250000 INR(1300 INR /50kg)($3333.3)
  • water usage - 5000 INR (if govt line) ($66.7)
  • Medicines and antibiotics - 800000 INR ($1070)
  • electricity bill - 25000 INR($333.33)

TOTAL COST  - 410000 INR ($5470)

Chicken farm Business plan

Some of the Indian breed of chickens for poultry farming are  kadaknath, Giriraja, Garmapriya, Indian giant,  etc. 

How to develop poultry farming business?

Although poultry farming looks like an easy  farming business model  there are some difficulties and challenges on the ground reality. 

Chicken farming business depends on a factors like Budget, variety of chicken, chicken-feed, land, and temperature. 

To start a poultry farming Business, follow the given instructions-

5000 chickens Poultry farming Business plan project report

Selection of land for the busines must be very subjective. If you have enough non fertilized land then it is best for the subject.  

Area required for 5000 birds

If you are thinking about a 5000 chickens farm, then you must have at least 0.5m x 0.5m square meter area for a chicken till its full growing process time. That means you should have a 1500 square meter area of 15m x 100m. 

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If you don't have this much area then your cost will depend on your area type. In a rural area, it is easy to buy land at a cheper price than in urban areas. 

It depends on you how much can you invest in buying an above-measured Land but you have to get this first for sure.

Poultry shed size and cost for 5000 birds

According to their land requirement, housing must be fixed to protect all the area surrounded. 

The house roof needs to be slopy-like hill regions to protect birds from over moisture in the rainy season.

You can manage to design the wall structure of Tin metal(which is cheaper), but it will not effective in summer. 

For a 1500 square meter area, you need 15x100 square meter dimensions to make housing.

Housing must have proper exhaust features and a drain system. It is not necessary but you can use layer platforms if you have a shortage of land.  

Housing will cost you around 300000 INR, including tin roof cover and labor. 

Chicken birds arrangement and cost

In case of broiler chicken bird, a small chicken bird cost around 10 INR, so total cost becomes 10x5000= 50000 INR( $670) for 5000 chickens.

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Vaccination of birds

Every chicken bird is insecure in the poultry farming business if they don't get proper vaccination.

If you ask veterinary surgeons, they suggest getting them to vaccinate after one month of their birth. 

Every chicken must be vaccinated because they are easily caught in infectious diseases. If even one of them has an illness, then the entire business comes under threat.

So make the sure birth period of chicken birds during buying them from the seller.

It will cost you around 15000 to 25000 INR for all birds.

Chicken feed for 5000 birds

The growth of chickens depends on their feed and cure.  

        Chicken Feed  is one of the most important the factor in the growth of chickens. If you give them a proper diet then they will take approximately 4 months to grow fully. 

Cereal grains  and  oilseeds mixture  in 70:30 respectively is the best diet in a study of food experts  cereal grains  are most of the part of the protein in their diet. 

                 The total feed for a chicken in a day is one-fourth of a pound in a day which is 113 grams per day.

Cost and requirement:

 That means you have to use 113 x 5000 = 565000 grams of chicken feed which is 565 kg daily. In the market, a 50 kg bag of the average quality of chicken feed is around 1300 INR. Around 12 bags of chicken feed is enough for a day. That means you have to spend 1300 x 12 = 15600 INR($208) daily. 

Water supply

You can ask for a connection with the local government water supply for the chicken farm. It is the best option. 

If you want to make an automatic system of water then you have to fix this at the time of construction.

 It will need long pipes with a hole beside next with fixed distance as same as the distance between two chickens or you can provide them water by making a slot for them directly.

Usually, in poultry farm people provide  them water in particular pots.

Cost and requirement:              

It will cost you 50 holes in a 100-meter pipe. That means you need a hundred pipes for the purpose. The pipes should be two inches thick. It will cost around 100 rupees per meter and total 100 x 100x 100 = 100000 INR($ 1334).

this cost is additional for the automatic system but you can use simple methods too.

A fully grown broiler is fixed based on its weight. A full-grown broiler chicken has an average weight of 2 kg. The broiler wholesale price in the market is 80 INR per kg. 

That means you will have 160 INR for a chicken. That takes towards earning of minimum 800000 INR.  

In the first year, you will get a profit of around 300000 to 350000 INR. Remember one-time investment cost is 3100000 INR. By this speed, you will get 3 batches every year and earn a profit of 1200000 INR. 

                   That means you will have to invest 3 years to recover your total cost of the business.  

After this, you will have a better model of earning and you can increase that too.  

Remember it's on you how you recover your construction cost by this profit. But this is sure that you will get fixed profit in every batch with little bit ups and downs. 

Is poultry farming profitable?

A general perception of starting a business is risky among beginners. Their thought process is very doubtful towards every business, which is a natural thing.

Poultry farming demands full knowledge and information on how to handle poultry birds in any case. Only reading knowledge is not enough to start a poultry farming business. 

Even sometimes those people don't get much profit who have poultry farm for a very long time. 

 Although poultry farming Business is highly profitable but it is also true that everyone doesn't get success in it.

Profit deciding factors in poultry farming

Only expertise can't give one larger return instead its major part is depends on the way of how business is performed. 

There are some factors that decide the success rate of the business.  

  • Way of raising poultry birds
  • Breed of bird
  • Maintenance in temperature
  • Structure of practicing the technique
  • Basic investment
  • Market value

Those who are able to manage these factors then they always own almost a guarantee to get a very good return.

Subsidy in poultry farming Business 

On state level, there are many states in India those provide subsidy on a small poultry business. 

There are some scales of subsidies in poultry farming but those are not effective or available for small farms. Mainly, subsidy starts from 3000 to 5000 poultry birds, which is up to 20 to 25% on loan provided from the bank. 

There are no specific subsidies on small poultry businesses as mushroom farming, gobar gas plant, polyhouse farming, etc. 

Challenges of poultry farming 

Following are some point to point challenges in the poultry farming business-

Beginners without training

People, who start poultry farming first time and they consider a profit from it without the training then they are wrong, 

One out of fifty people can be successful in the poultry farming business without training. The rest of them fail and they imprecate their luck after.

Without training, it is a challenge to execute the right things without mistakes while you can't take the risk. 

Infection diseases and care

Poultry birds get infectious diseases because of living and walking on moisture, particularly in the rainy season. 

Without proper feed and health check-ups, birds can keep fever for a long time. 

It is necessary to take regular check-ups of their health and keep them vaccinated.  

Feed quality 

You can't give rough feed to your poultry birds to grow properly. 

Chicken birds need high protein and mineral feed to sustain for the average time period.

Your diet plan for chicken depends on their size and growth period. It is not easy to provide proper feed on the fixed time period in bulk. 

Moisture and drain

In the rainy season, it is not easy to maintain proper dryness inside and outside the poultry farmhouse. Poultry birds like a dry atmosphere to live, 

It is not an easy task to maintain proper drain at least inside the poultry farm.

Temperature maintenance

If your housing shed is of metal(Tin), then it is challenging for every bird to survive in the summer season. 

The Tin shed gets hot quickly and keeps for 8 to 10 hours daily. This time period with high temperature can affect poultry birds and even they can die in it. 

It doesn't easy to maintain the temperature in summer and winters up to 20 to 30 degrees Celsius. 

Management with place

One of the major challenges in the poultry farming business is the management of land and birds. It doesn't matter you have  500 birds or  5000 birds if you are not able to manage them in an available place(according to their comfort)

The economic perspective of poultry farming 

Poultry farming is a long-term business, It can be last for more than 10 years, so it is important to understand its economic and organic/bio contributions and aspects.

  • Poultry farming provides primary jobs on different scales. The employees of poultry farming start work from labor, caretaker to marketing work. 
  • Poultry farming fulfills the high demand of people for consuming meat and eggs. It directly contributes to the market economy.
  • Poultry farm waste can use in biofuel/gobar gas plants. Later it becomes better compost for agriculture.
  • Poultry farming is a chain of multiple market products and market production. It increases the rate of production and consumption in the market. 

How was poultry farming affected during the lockdown?

Farms got total closed, the situation of loan providers and getters, impact on market economy, poultry farming equipment.

There are some basic equipment required in poultry farming. Some of them use inside the house and some of them use for birds.

Thermometer  - To check the temperature of birds and room from inside

Exhaust fans - To reduce the temperature to moderate.

Water pipeline for floor - to clean the floor and to maintaining hygiene.           

Vacuum cleaner - To clean the dirt and broken feather of birds.  

Driers - To dry the wet room and moisture.

Automatic Heaters - To maintain the temperature in winters to moderate. 

Precautions for poultry farming  

  • You have to maintain the temperature inside the farm,/ because chickens can survive in a maximum of 35 degrees Celsius and a minimum of 10 degrees Celsius. 
  • You have to feed them properly on daily basis. Feed must be cereal grains and oilseeds mixture. 
  • Check their care from infections and diseases. 
  • Use only males on the farm, Hen is for layer egg farming. 
  • Chicken farms should be clean for this purpose. 
  • The water supply system can be automatic. 
  • The house must have fresh air or a skylight. 

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Tennessee’s beef cattle industry is an important part of the state's economy. It is even more important to the Tennessee’s beef agricultural economy. There are cattle produced in every county in Tennessee. The beef industry in the state is primarily made up of locally owned family farmers. According to the National Cattlemen's Beef Association, 97 percent of the nation's cattle farms are family owned, and 42 percent have been in the same family for more than 50 years. The cattle industry converts locally produced resources, forages, into dollars that are “spent at home” and supports the growth of local economies and jobs. Cattle also contribute to the aesthetic environment of the state in that they help to maintain the "green space" that makes Tennessee attractive to both residents and tourists.

Following are some facts about the Tennessee beef industry that will illustrate its importance to Tennessee and why it has grown to its current level:

  • More Tennessean's are involved in beef production than any other agricultural enterprise. There are 79,000 farms in Tennessee and beef cattle are found on 42,000 (53.0 percent) of these.
  • Tennessee is one of the top beef-producing states in the nation. Tennessee ranks 9th in the nation in beef cow numbers and 15th in total cattle. Tennessee exceeds all states east of the Mississippi, except Kentucky, in numbers of cattle. Only Texas, Missouri and Oklahoma have more cow-calf operations than Tennessee. More than 2.13 million cattle in Tennessee are valued at slightly more than $1.62 billion. Fifty-one percent of these cattle, or 1.2 million, are beef cows.
  • Tennessee's beef cow numbers have increased 360 percent since 1955. This increase can be attributed to several factors: the decline in dairy production; reduction in acres devoted to row crop production; increase in pasture acreage; growth of local manufacturing, resulting in off-farm employment opportunities; age of the operator or farm owner; and the number of farms that have been passed on to the succeeding generation. A large number of the state's cattle producers now reside on this acreage and have employment off the farm.
  • Sale of cattle and calves is the number one source of agricultural income in Tennessee. The cattle industry has held this position for a number of years. The cash receipts from the sale of cattle and calves during 2009 totaled $582 million which was 22.5 percent of the state's total agricultural income and 1.2 times greater than the number 2 Agricultural sales. These monies stay in the state's and local economics. National Cattlemen's Beef Association economists report that every dollar made in cattle sales is multiplied or turned four times. This means that the state's cattle industry generates an additional $2.6 billion of business activity for the state's economy. This activity also contributes to the sales tax revenue (free poultry farming business plan doc; poultry farming business plan excel).
  • Beef production in Tennessee is based on producing and marketing feeder cattle. Feeder cattle production starts with cow-calf operations which make up 88 percent of the state's beef operations. The remaining 10 percent are backgrounding or stockering operations. Tennessee annually markets more than 750,000 feeder calves to backgrounding operations and feedlots, primarily in the Midwest and High Plains areas of the country.
  • Beef production provides an opportunity for Tennessee agriculture to secure monetary returns from several thousand acres of land not suitable for intensive agricultural production. Beef cattle are ruminants. They have the ability to consume materials such as grass and hay and convert them into a much more valuable, easier-to-market product. Approximately 85 percent of the total feed used in the production of a slaughter beef animal comes from forage, roughages and other by-products that are not edible by humans or other simple-stomached livestock. About five million acres, or 40 percent, of the state's agricultural land is in forage production. Pasture is grown on areas that would otherwise provide little opportunity for agricultural revenue.
  • Beef cattle farms contribute to the state's natural beauty. The pasture that cattle graze results in a great deal of "green space" for both tourists and residents to enjoy. The pastures also aid in reducing soil erosion and benefit and encourage development of wildlife.
  • Beef cattle fit well with, and complement other agricultural enterprises. As a result, the sale of cattle is not the major source of income for a large percentage of Tennessee farms. A recent survey revealed that tobacco, row crops, other livestock enterprises and miscellaneous agricultural enterprises were also sources of financial support for approximately 60 percent of Tennessee cattle producers.
  • A large percentage of beef cattle are owned by producers with off-farm employment. Data collected in the 1996 beef survey indicated that 48.7 percent of beef producers are employed off the farm. Beef cattle production requires less labor and smaller investments in equipment and facilities than do other agricultural enterprises. This makes it attractive to land owners who have off-farm employment. Tennessee's average farm size, 144 acres and the 29.3-cow average size herd also facilitate off-farm employment.
  • Fifteen purebred cattle breed associations are leaders in breeding and marketing seed stock. These purebred breeders annually provide the Tennessee beef industry more than 14,000 bulls which annually provide half the genetic makeup of the state's calf crop.
  • Thirty-eight weekly livestock auction markets allow producers the opportunity to market cattle year-round. In addition, several local feeder cattle marketing associations and marketing alliances carry out in-barn cooperative feeder calf sales, tele-auctions, video and board sales. Cattle grading and marketing assistance are provided by the Tennessee Department of Agriculture.
  • The beef industry is well served and represented by the Tennessee Cattlemen's Association, Tennessee Beef Cattle Improvement Association, Tennessee Beef Industry Council and the Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation. Feed, health products, equipment, veterinary services and production inputs are accessible in all areas of the state. The Tennessee Department of Agriculture aids in marketing, health, and regulatory programs. Educational and research support are provided by the University of Tennessee Extension, UT AgResearch and College of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Tennessee.
  • Beef cattle fits well with the life style. People enjoy working with beef cattle and it fits well with the rural life style people are seeking.
  • The beef industry is the most important agricultural enterprise in the state. More people are involved than in any other agricultural enterprise and it is the greatest source of agricultural income. The Tennessee beef industry will continue to grow. Beef cow numbers will remain at 1.0 to 1.2 million and the backgrounding of feeder calves is expected to increase. The greatest opportunity for increased income to Tennessee agriculture is in beef production. Because of its climate, topography and other changes in agriculture, Tennessee will continue to produce acreage of pasture and forage, contributing to beef cattle continuing as the agricultural enterprise of choice.

4.1 Market Segmentation

The cattle market is a commodities based market. Prices are determined on market demand basis.  According to the United States Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service, the retail equivalent value of U.S. beef industry as remained between $70-75 throughout the last five years and beef production has reduced slightly to just over 26 billion pounds annually (2009).   The cattle market constantly fluctuates, but is and will continue to be a staple commodity with steady demand. Large cattle farms face the most uncertainties, due to the effect price drops and increase in feeding costs have on their return that is based on a low margin/ high demand basis. 

Table: Market Analysis

4.2 Target Market Segment Strategy

COMPANY NAME will focus on selling beef calves from the farm and hay production. These are optimal revenue producing streams for the farm and will utilize the family's operating resources. The farm will maximize the use of running the farming operation on land that will be purchased by the far to minimize operating costs and create an asset for the farm.   The INSERT NAME come from a family in the cattle business and will only be expanding the volume previous performed by the family. Additionally the farm will have their son, INSERT NAME involved on full-time basis cutting and baling hay, which will be the farms secondary revenue source.

4.3 Industry Analysis

Beef cattle production in Tennessee is based on inventory of beef cows. Tennessee is one of the top producing states in the nation. Tennessee ranks ninth in beef cow numbers and is one of the top four states in cow-calf operations. Of the states of the Mississippi River, only Kentucky has more cattle.    Beef cattle are produced on 51% of the farms in Tennessee. Of 42,000 plus beef cattle farms most are small operations: 37,000 farms have 1-49 beef cows, 4100 have 50-99, 1375 have 100-500 and 25 have more than 500 beef cows.

4.3.1 Competition and Buying Patterns

COMPANY NAME sells beef calves and hay of high quality to various buyers.  In the last few years no one predicted the severity of the market correction and certainly no one predicted all of the ramifications across world economies and markets.  US consumers do not have as much disposable income to spend on beef steaks.  Consumers saw their 401K plans lose 40% of its value and many saw the value of their homes decrease.  Some suddenly found themselves in the unemployment lines.  Many were forced to cut back on their purchases.  This reduced the demand for beef.  More uncertainty in markets tended to lower prices.  Retailers were and continue be unsure of what consumers will buy, and so they tend to reduce their purchases from wholesalers.  Processors do not want to be stuck with large inventories that they might not be able to sell, so they tend to cut back on large purchases of commodities.  This uncertainty in the marketing channel furthers reduces demand for most commodities.

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A business plan outlines your five-year growth strategy and a current picture of your poultry farm. It outlines your company’s objectives and your plan for achieving them.

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You need a business plan if you want to start a chicken farm or grow your existing one. We will go over each section of a detailed business plan for a chicken-raising company.

Poultry Farming Business Plan Outline

This is the typical structure for a business plan for a poultry farm, and it includes all the key elements that you should have in your plan.

Business Plan Outline

Mission statement.

  • Keys to success
  • Location and Facilities
  • Industry Analysis
  • Challenges facing the poultry industry
  • Market segmentation
  • Target market segment strategy
  • Market trends
  • Startup costs
  • Product Description
  • Future products
  • Service Description
  • Future services
  • Competition
  • Competitive edge
  • Marketing strategy
  • Pricing and promotion strategy
  • Web Strategy
  • Sales strategy
  • SWOT analysis
  • Socio-cultural
  • Technological
  • Management team
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  • Hiring Plan
  • Projected Profit and Loss
  • Projected Cash Flow
  • Projected Balance Sheet
  • Financial risks
  • Health risks
  • Technological risks

Executive Summary

Although it is typically the last piece you write because it summarises each important element of your poultry farm business plan , your executive summary serves as an introduction to your business plan.

The investor’s attention should be quickly captured by your executive summary . Inform them of the type of poultry farm you manage and its current condition.

For instance, do you operate poultry farm businesses across the country, are you just starting, or do you already have one and want to grow it?

Poultry Farm Business Plan mission statement marketing strategy

Keys To Success

Financial summary.

Projected costs at the moment, or in the upcoming five years, mention them all. Attach all the financial statements.

  • Net Income: The profitability indicator is known as net income and is calculated by subtracting total business expenses, interest costs, taxes, and depreciation from the total money your company generated over a given time.

Business Overview

Your business overview’s opening line should serve as a kind of elevator pitch for your organization. A succinct statement outlining who you are and what you do.

Name all the owners and the part of their roles they will be playing in your firm. If you are confused, then to get the exact idea about how to write it download our sample chicken farming business plan template

Describe the location in your  chicken business plan , and also what facilities you are going to provide.

Market Analysis

You must give a general summary of the poultry farm industry in your industry analysis as given in our poultry farm business plan template.

Although it may appear unneeded, this provides several functions.

You gain knowledge by researching the poultry farm sector. It helps you gain a better understanding of the field in which you work.

Your plan can be improved with the help of market research , particularly if you discover market trends.

Define your target industry and all the challenges possible in your broiler chicken farming business plan.

Startup Summary

A start-up summary in a business plan includes a description of your goods and services, the organization of your company, your target market, your marketing approach, the necessary funding financial predictions, and licensing requirements.

It functions as a road plan for your company.

Products And Services

Give details about the products and services you provide in this section. Whatever your future plans for all the services and products are, mention them too.

If there are any additional services you want to provide, then mention them too in your poultry farm business plan. For instance, “We want to offer home delivery as a manner of providing for our customers for clients willing to purchase at least a specified quantity of our things.”

Competitive Analysis

Before focusing on the latter, your competitive analysis should list your company’s direct and indirect competitors.

The other poultry farms with whom you compete should be listed in terms of direct competition. You’ll likely face the most competition from nearby poultry farms.

List the benefits and drawbacks of each of these rival companies in a concise description. If you haven’t previously worked there, it won’t be possible for you to know everything about your competitors’ businesses.

Your areas of competitive advantage should be listed as the last component of your competitive analysis. For instance:

  • Will you employ better production techniques?
  • Will you offer services that aren’t offered by your rivals?
  • Will your customer service improve?
  • Will you provide lower prices?

Consider strategies to beat the competition and list them in this portion of your  poultry farm business plan template.

Market Strategy And Implementation

Your marketing team has a roadmap thanks to a marketing implementation in your  chicken farming business plan. It also demonstrates how marketing will appear in the future.

In essence, a marketing implementation strategy uses methods like marketing processes , sprints, checklists, and marketing templates to transform everything into a clear process.

Do the SWOT analysis here, and share your sales strategy, pricing & promotion strategy in this section.

Download the template and get started with your business plan-making process.

Management And Organization Structure

A solid management staff is crucial to proving the viability of your poultry farm.

Highlight the information and experience that show your key players’ ability to grow a business and draw attention to their backgrounds.

You and/or your team members should ideally have first-hand knowledge of running a chicken farm. If so, emphasize your experience and knowledge in the  broiler farming business plan.

Highlight any experience you believe will assist your firm in succeeding.

Financial Plan

Financial Summary

Your 5-year financial statement, broken down into monthly or quarterly segments for the first year and then annually after that, should be included in your financial plan.

Your cash flow, balance sheet, and income statement are all components of your financial statements.

Risk Assessment

Through the process of risk assessment, it is possible to examine potential consequences if a risk arises.

A business impact analysis (BIA) is a technique for evaluating the effects of potentially interrupting time-sensitive or important company processes. There are various risks to take into account, here below are some:

Include all of your financial estimates in the appendix of your  poultry farm business plan template , along with any additional materials that can strengthen your case.

You may, for instance, provide the lease or title to your farm, as well as the production facility’s plans.

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Poultry Farming Project Report | Cost & Profit Margin….

Nowadays, the poultry farming business plan is commonly opted by most of the people all over the globe because of too much profit in this business in a very short time period. Numbers of peoples do not know about poultry farm in India | cost or poultry farming | cost | project report.

So, today we are going to learn poultry farming project report with taking some ideal conditions for it. In this article, you will also learn how much investment is required for poultry farming before starting this business and at what time, you will be able to earn a decent income from this business.

This poultry farming project report can help in many ways. So, let learn this and make use of it as possible.

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Here below is the costing and returns for setting up a poultry farm for 10,000 poultry birds in your poultry.

However, depending on your initial capital, you can enlarge or minimize this. This will provide you just idea about costing and returns in the poultry farming business.

One Time Investment In Poultry Farming

Specification How much it Cost Total Cost (Approx) Cost of Shedding {Includes bricks, bamboo, mud wall, etc) @ Rs 70 per sq feet & a poultry bird require minimum one sq feet area. Rs 70 Rs 7,00,000 (10,000 poultry birds X Rs 70) Cost of Poultry Farming Equipement Rs 15 per bird Rs 1,50,000 (10,000 birds X Rs 15) Cost of Light fitting (Assuming 5 % of total shedding cost) 5 % of total Shedding Cost Rs 35,000 (5 % of Rs 7,00,000) Total inevestment (1 time) – Rs. 8,85,000 Reccuring Cost in Poultry Farming Project

Specification How much it Cost Total Cost (Approx) Cost of Fodder for chickens Rs 3 per Kg Rs 30,000 (1 kg per each chicken) Cost of Fodder for birds (each bird needs 3.5 kg of fodder daily) Rs 17 Rs 5,85,000 Cost of medicines, vaccination, labor, etc. 4 % of total investment Rs 35,120 Cost of Insurance (@ Rs 1 per bird) Rs 1 Rs 10,000 Total – Rs 9,25,000 Total Initial Investment

Total investment= 1 time investment + reccuring cost

Total investment= Rs. 8,85,000 + Rs 9,25,000

Total investment= Rs. 18,08,000

That is, if you want to raise 10,000 no’s poultry birds in your farm then you should have thisn much of capital.

However, anyone can start this business via raising less no’s of poultry birds at the beginning which can be increased in the following years, depending on the initial investment, he wants to put.

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Broiler Poultry Farming

After setting up a good poultry farming, in a very time period, you will be able to get good returns from this business farming.

This business takes about two to three months from the establishment to give rapid income.

If you are raising poultry birds for the meat purpose, then select a fast-growing breed of poultry birds. By raising a proper breed of poultry birds, you can obtain instant income from this business. By this, in about two months, the breeds are perfectly suitable for the market.

Taking the weight of poultry birds, averagely 1 kg, you can earn about 10,000 (birds) X Rs. 100 (lowest meat rate in the market) = Rs 10,00,000 means in a very short time period, you are going to earn about 100 % of returns, which you had spent to establish this business.

Nowadays, growers used to buy the little chicks from the market and give them time to grow a big one by providing proper feed in sufficient amount with fresh water. You can go for this ideas to earn more and more…

Layer Poultry Farming

Presently, poultry farming business is mainly done for the eggs. Since this is more profitable than broiler poultry farming.

A healthy bird can give you more income as there is a great market demand for eggs for consumption, for chicks.

Besides this, there is great market demand for the eggs because of plenty of health benefits of eggs, numerous uses in the cooking and also for the medicinal purpose.

Final Words

Friends, the business of raising domestic birds is increasing more and more and is also opted more by the grower because of too much profit in this business. So, if you want to start this extraordinary business on your own, but no idea about the costing and returns in the poultry farming business, then this can help you more.


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The following is all about the 10000 Layer Farming Project of commercial poultry farming business.

What is layer poultry farming? well, It is nothing but raising egg-laying chickens for the purpose of commercial egg production. Layer poultry birds should be raised from when they are 1 day old. These birds start laying eggs from 6 to 7 months of age. They remain to lay eggs continuously till their 6 to 7 months of age. They usually consume a feed of 2 to 2.5 kg per day during commercial egg-laying production. They produce 1 kg of eggs daily. There are many types of highly egg-productive layer breed hens available throughout the world. There are two categories of layer poultry birds, one is white egg-laying hens and another one is a brown egg-laying hen. Layer hens selection, vaccination, proper and secured poultry house, feed management layer bird management practices play a major role in the commercial layer poultry farming project. Profits in layer poultry farming projects vary from region to region. As the egg is nutritious and egg consumption is increasing rapidly along with the world population hence one can properly plan for commercial layer poultry farming for a profitable business.

Here, in this article find the model/sample project report for 10,000 layer poultry farming. Please understand that these figures mentioned in this layer farming project report may change from time to time and area to area. This is just to understand and have a basic idea of cost and profits in a commercial layer poultry farming project.

Young Layer Birds.

Particulars Required for 10000 layer farming project  

  • Requirements and Rate for Land = Owned

Cost of Land = 3 to 4 lakhs.

  • Shed Construction for 10000 layer farming project
  • Layer House.
  • Cost of the House:

Requirement and Rate for House = 8500Sft.@ Rs.60/ per square feet.

Cost for House = 5,10,000.

  • Cost of the cages:

Requirement and Rate for cage = Rs.46/ Bird.

Cost for cage =  Rs 4,60,000.  

  • Brooder/Grower House for 10000 layer farming project.
  • Requirements and rate for Brooder/Grower House = 6,000 [email protected]/Per s.ft.
  • Cost for Brooder/Grower House = Rs 3,30,000.
  • Equipment and Material required for 10000 layer farming project
  • Brooder/Grower House (150 birds).

Requirement and rate for Brooder/Grower House =70 No.s @ Rs.500 each.

Cost for Brooder/Grower House =  Rs 35,000.

  • Chick Guards.

Requirement and rate for Chick Guards = 700 Pieces @ Rs. 15 each.

Cost for Chick Guards = 10,500.

  • Wheel Barrows:

Requirement and rate for Wheel Barrows=300 No.s @ Rs. 32 each.

Cost for Wheel Barrows = Rs 9,600.

  • Waterers for chicks:

Requirement and rate for Waterers for chicks =300 No. s @ Rs.25 each.

Cost for Waterers for chicks = 7,500.

  • Grower feeders:

Requirement and rate for Grower feeders =300 No.s Rs.64 each.

Cost for Grower feeders = Rs19,200.

  • Grower Waterers:

Requirement and rate for Grower Waterers = 300 No.s @ Rs. 42 each.

Cost for 10000 Grower Waterers = Rs 12,600.

  • Water through type:

Requirement and rate for Water through type = 300 No.s @ Rs. 80 each.

Cost for Water through type = Rs 24,000.

Requirement and rate for Debeaker = 1 No. @ Rs. 2,000.

Cost for Debeaker = Rs 2000.

Requirement and rate for Wheel Barrows =1 No. @ Rs. 3,000.

Cost for Wheel Barrows = Rs 3000.

Requirement and rate forBlow fame = 1 No. @ Rs. 3,000.

Cost for Blow fame = Rs 3,000.

  • Water pressure cleaner:

Requirement and rate for Water pressure cleaner =1 No. @ Rs. 5,000.

Cost for Water pressure cleaner= Rs 5,000.

Requirement and rate for Wheel Barrows=1 No. @ Rs. 1,000.

Cost for Wheel Barrows = Rs 1,000.

Total: Land + Shed Construction + Brooder / Grower House+ Layer House+ Equipment: 14,34,400.

Brown Egg Layers.

Particular Required for 10000-Layer Poultry Layer Unit:

  • Cost of the chicks for 10000 layer farming project

Requirements and rate for the chicks=Rs 15/chick.

Cost of the chicks = Rs 1,50,000.

  • Miscellaneous / Electricity for 10000-Layer Poultry Layer Unit:

Requirements and rate for Miscellaneous / Electricity= Rs.10,000/ Month.

Cost of Miscellaneous / Electricity = Rs 1,80,000.

  • Cost of Feeding for 10000-Layer Poultry Farm:
  • Chick Phase:

Requirements and rate for chick phase= 1.8 Kg/chick, 1.8 x 10,000 =18,000 Rs.8.5/Kg, 18,000 x 8.5.

Cost of chick phase = Rs 1,53,000.

  • Grower Phase(4% mortality/death rate):

Requirements and rate for Grower Phase = 5.5 Kg/bird, 5.5 x 9,600=52800 ;Rs.7.0/ Kg, 52,800 x 7.0.

Cost of Grower Phase = Rs 3,69,600.

  • Layer Phase:

Requirements and rate for layer phase = 40 Kg/bird, 40X9200 = 36800 ; Rs.7.0/Kg, 368000X7.5.

Cost of Layer phase = Rs 27,60,000.

  • Cost of Vaccination and Medication for 10000 Layer Farming Project:

Requirements and rate for Vaccination and Medication = Rs. 5/ bird.

Cost for Vaccination and Medication = Rs 50,000.

  • Cost of the Labor (3 persons for 18 months) for 10000 Layer Farming Project :

Requirements and rate for Labor = Rs.2000 / Month  = 3 x 18 x 2000.

Total cost for labor = Rs 1,08,000.

Total: Cost of the chicks + Miscellaneous / Electricity + Cost of Feeding + Cost of Vaccination and Medication + Cost of the labor= 37,40,600.

Income Analysis for 10000 Layer Farming Project :

Particulars required Layer Poultry Unit:

  • Sale of eggs (290 eggs/ bird) Hen housed basis for 10000 Layer Farming Project :

Quantity and Rate for Sale of eggs = 29,00,0000  x 1.08.

Amount for Sale of Eggs = Rs 31,32,000.

  • Sale of Spent hens for 10000-Layer Poultry Unit:

Quantity and Rate for Sale of spent hens = Rs. 30/bird.

Amount for Sale of Eggs = Rs 2,64,000.

  • Sale of Manure for 10000 Layer Poultry Unit:

Quantity and Rate for Sale of Manure = Rs. 90 bird 10,000 x 90.

Amount for Sale of Manure = Rs 9,00,000.

  • Sale of Gunnies for 10000-Layer Poultry Unit:

Quantity and Rate for Sale of Manure = Rs. 90 per bird = 10,000 x 90.

Total income = Sale of eggs + Sale of spent hens + Sale of Manure + Sale of Gunnies =  Rs 43,66,000.

Gross profit =  Rs 6,25,400.

  • One Building and cages for 10000-Layer Poultry Farm:
  • Quantity and Rate for building and cages = 5%.
  • The amount for Buildings and cages = 65,000.
  • On equipment for 10000 Layer Farming Project
  • Quantity and Rate for Equipment’s = 10%.
  • Amount for Equipment = 13,440.
  • Interest for 10000 Layer Farming Project :
  • Quantity and Rate of Interest = 12%.
  • Amount for Equipment = Rs 2,76,000.

Sub Total ( DEP+INT) = On buildings and cages + On equipment’s =  Rs 3,54,440.

Subtotal( RE) = Rs 37,40,600

Total expenditure for 10000 Layer Poultry Unit= Rs 40,95,040.

Economics for

10,000 Layer Farming Project

  • Total income = Rs 43,66,000.
  • Total Expenditure = Rs 40,95,040.
  • Net Profit = Rs 2,70,960.
  • Net Profit / Month = Rs 15,053.
  • Net profit / bird = Rs 2.71.

Total Input ( RE + Depreciation) :

                   Amount = Rs 38,19,040.

Fixed Income for 10000-Layer Poultry Unit:

              Amount = Rs 12,34,000

Total= Total Input+ fixed income = Rs 25,85,040.

Breakeven point For 10000-Layer poultry Unit:( If the rate varies the profit varies accordingly) :

Quantity and rate = Expenditure / No of eggs = 2585040/2900 000 = 0.89.

Profitable Layer Birds.

Bottom Line: The commercial Layer Poultry Farming Business is a proven profitable business.

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This is a good project report. If possible, send me.

We don’t have PDF files to send it. We will try to keep Farming Project Reports in PDF soon for downloads.

This is a very good project plz guide

This is a very good project. Do you know a firms which can provide me all materials or accessories for this project. I’m leaving in Germany but I need to extend my farming in a layer farming. I want to build a 10000 or 15000 layer farming.

Thank you for help and best regards

Well, there are many poultry set up consultancies. You can find many on indiamart dot come.

I thank you very much for farming project reports provided on this blog. I request you to kindly approve my project report and get it sanctioned from nabard as I am waiting for various projects for the last two years. I can also meet you personally for various reports.

The project applications should be met with all kinds of technical requirements to get it approved from NABARD. Your Local NABARD branch is right place of contact. We can’t help with your application process.

Hi, Can you please guide us how to make registration in the government for self finance Egg Layer farm. Is it required register as Private Limited Company or at District Industry Office registration is enough.

Your best point of contact is Poultry department of any Agriculture Institute.

Hi, I am looking to set up this farm in Mysore.I have a question in the report you have mentioned the selling price of egg as 1.08/egg but the actually selling price is above 3rs/egg right as my friend is doing the same business in UP and people take the egg from his farm paying rupee 4/egg.Please revert back.

Well, the report is old one and mentioned accordingly.But you should convert accordngly as per current trend.

Hi Sir, This is a very good project report and I want to start layer farming of 6000 NO.s. Please guide me what is the risk factor in it and can we get loans for this if yes then what is the procedure and how to get resources on it.

Well, You must have a time and dedication to be successful in layer poultry farming. Don not trust third part peeple to manage your farm. Unless you can able to dedicate your time and hardwork..It is not advisable.

Your Project is excellent, however, the problem is that it seems you do not want someone to use your project. Prove me wrong if you are not individualist and you do not want to share information for purpose development. I read a lot of your articles which I want to use in assisting me in setting up an agricultural project, I could not make a copy of your article.

The problem is people are making duplicate content.Hence downloads/printings are restricted

Good Project Report. Thank you.

Thank you so much for this article. Plus, I want to understand the break even point analysis. What value is successful and what value is poor.

As this article is little outdated, we will be correcting some values soon.

Very good project report contains everything about input and management

May I get a latest report as the current rates for every items related to this project are very high.

We update soon.

I am from Bihar can you suggest any one contact number who can build the egg layer farm. I tried to find the contact number but not able to find a good one. Regards

In your report, you have considered 1.08 per egg, though egg rate in market touch 3-4 per egg.

That was an old report. need to update.

Now iam start 6000 chiks broiler from and I have sheds and all other facilities . I want to estimate cost only chiks ,feed and labour in which investment ?

its good information and educative.

hello sir, plz update the latest DPR of new layer farms startup

New updated project report please.

we do it soon

Hello sir. Myself Srinivas and we would like to start a layer farming with 10000 birds so please guide us the process and registration information and also how the full procedure as well as any contact details near Andra Pradesh Vijayawada. We hope we will get reply as soon as possible. Thank you so much sir

Hello Jagdish Reddy! This is Kishore and I’m a App Developer and Could I use the Data you have provided here in my App which will be helpful to the People who are enthusiastic and excited to join into the Poultry sector? Thanks for any response.

hello i had already register my file at government off for last 5month but still taking time ….could u plz tell as how much time ty take to clear t file …


No we update soon

hi Jagdish, what do u suggest if a software professional wants to turn into layer poultry farm as full time worker. For better understanding:- ex:-If my(example) salary is 1 lakh net take home per month. If i completely move out of this and start a 15,000 poultry (exactly 15k capacity)farm would it be profitable business? i mean would i get 1 lakh income per month an average (not exactly but average income per month)? like agriculture i understand poultry is also subjected to nature conditions but f we do hard work with dedication with regular monitering..what would be the average monthly income?

Well, poultry is risky business.if you get sucees in layers, you can make good money when compared to a software professional. Start with small numbers where risk can be mitigated.Once you know in and outs of the layer poultry business..you can slowly increase the bird count. I never suggest to leave your fulltime job and get into that.

Hi….this is Sanjay from Kolkata.I want to set up layer poultry business in and around Kolkata. What would be the minimum land requirements for 100000 chicks to start with. Would it be possible for you to make a short project report for the same. Which I need to submit to my financer to get the finance. Would it be possible to earn net Rs 5 lacs per month as we have 3-4 partners to do the business. Kindly help…

I HAVE read every bit of the report thoroughly have noticed 2 things 1, with 4% mortality in every phase finale production of eggs should multiplied with around 8800 birds instead of 10000. 2, the rate of sale of egg in pakistani market is around 7 to 9 per egg wholesale. overall report is very brief and satisfactoy . grest work keep it up. pls upload 5000 ree range egg laying hen report if posible. with 50% consumption of commercial feed

Hi Jagdish, we are interested in knowing the details of layer farming for 1L birds. Can you kindly guide me regarding some consultant who can advise the step by step procedure

Hello sir, myself Mohan. Iam interested in layer poultry forming. At first I wish to start up in small count of bird ( in order to know the in and out ) . Could you please give me a step by step procedure to start it….

Hi a Jagdish. Fantastic job and very useful as well as helpful. All I want to know is about the age of your project report, I mean how old is it, so that I can change the financial variables accordingly. Thanks.

I’m interested in the poultry business

This is a good project I need the call back from your side I want to invest

Sir is there any govt subsidy for this?

Yes sir there is a PMEGP subsidy scheme available.

whats the feed cost now, year 2020 ? chick mash / kg , grower mash/kg , layer mash/kg , as feed price is very important factor that governs profit .

Yes, many things will change by region, time and other factors.

dear brother iam interesting bv380 poultry for 10000 chicks i have land we required esimate including shed

I have gone through 10000 chick DPR , I request you to share me the updated report and this report looks like 2018 and wanted to see changes as per current pricing

Do I have any point of contact in Hyderabad to work with you people indetail

I want to setup layer form of 10000 capacity in near lucknow U.P. please suggest me complete project cost

I want to setup layey farm 5000 capacity in Purulia (W.B.) Please suggest me to complete project cost.

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The Silicon Valley Elite Who Want to Build a City From Scratch

A mysterious company has spent $800 million in an effort to buy thousands of acres of San Francisco Bay Area land. The people behind the deals are said to be a who’s who of the tech industry.

From left, Mike Moritz, Reid Hoffman, Marc Andreessen and Chris Dixon are shown in four frames.

By Conor Dougherty and Erin Griffith

In 2017, Michael Moritz, the billionaire venture capitalist, sent a note to a potential investor about what he described as an unusual opportunity: a chance to invest in the creation of a new California city.

The site was in a corner of the San Francisco Bay Area where land was cheap. Mr. Moritz and others had dreams of transforming tens of thousands of acres into a bustling metropolis that, according to the pitch, could generate thousands of jobs and be as walkable as Paris or the West Village in New York.

He painted a kind of urban blank slate where everything from design to construction methods and new forms of governance could be rethought. And it would all be a short distance from San Francisco and Silicon Valley. “Let me know if this tickles your fancy,” he said in the note, a copy of which was reviewed by The New York Times.

Since then, a company called Flannery Associates has been buying large plots of land in a largely agricultural region 60 miles northeast of San Francisco. The company, which has little information public about its operations, has committed more than $800 million to secure thousands of acres of farmland, court documents show. One parcel after another, Flannery made offers to every landowner for miles, paying several times the market rate, whether the land had been listed for sale or not.

The purchases by a company that no one in the area had heard of and whose business was a mystery have become the subject of heavy speculation and developing news stories , rattling landowners, local supervisors, the nearby Air Force base and members of Congress. Was Disney buying it for a new theme park? Could the purchases be linked to China? A deepwater port?

Flannery is the brainchild of Jan Sramek, 36, a former Goldman Sachs trader who has quietly courted some of the tech industry’s biggest names as investors, according to the pitch and people familiar with the matter. The company’s ambitions expand on the 2017 pitch: Take an arid patch of brown hills cut by a two-lane highway between suburbs and rural land, and convert it into a community with tens of thousands of residents, clean energy, public transportation and dense urban life.

The company’s investors, whose identities have not been previously reported, are a who’s who of Silicon Valley, according to three people who were not authorized to speak publicly about the plans.

They include Mr. Moritz; Reid Hoffman, the LinkedIn co-founder, venture capitalist and Democratic donor; Marc Andreessen and Chris Dixon, investors at the Andreessen Horowitz venture capital firm; Patrick and John Collison, the sibling co-founders of the payments company Stripe; Laurene Powell Jobs, founder of the Emerson Collective; and Nat Friedman and Daniel Gross, entrepreneurs turned investors. Andreessen Horowitz is also a backer. It was unclear how much each had invested.

Brian Brokaw, a representative for the investor group, said in a statement that the group was made up of “Californians who believe that Solano County’s and California’s best days are ahead.” He said the group planned to start working with Solano County residents and elected officials, as well as with Travis Air Force Base, next week.

In California, housing has long been an intractable problem, and Silicon Valley’s moguls have long been frustrated with the Bay Area’s real estate shortage, and the difficulty of building in California generally, as their work forces have exploded. Companies like Google have clashed with cities like Palo Alto and Mountain View over expanding their headquarters, while their executives have funded pro-development politicians and the “Yes in my backyard” activists who have pushed for looser development and zoning laws in hopes of making it easier to build faster and taller.

The practical need for more space has at times morphed into lofty visions of building entire cities from scratch. Several years ago, Y Combinator, the start-up incubator, announced an initiative with dreams of turning empty land into a new economy and society. Years before that, Peter Thiel, the PayPal co-founder and billionaire Facebook investor, invested in the Seasteading Institute , an attempt to build a new society on lily pad-like structures in the law-and-tax-free open ocean.

But while these ideas have garnered lots of attention and curiosity — lauded in some corners for vision and derided in others for hubris — they have been little more than talk.

As Flannery began seeking property, it bought so much land, so fast, that it spooked locals who had no idea who the buyer was or the plans it had in mind. Catherine Moy, the mayor of Fairfield, Calif., started posting about the project on Facebook several years ago after she got a call from a farmer about some mystery buyer making offers throughout the county. In an interview, Ms. Moy said she had gone to the county assessor’s office and found that Flannery had purchased tens of thousands of acres.

John Garamendi, a Democrat who along with Mike Thompson , another Democrat, represents the surrounding region in Congress, said he had been trying to figure out the company’s identity for four years.

“I couldn’t find out anything,” he said.

On Friday, he said that had suddenly changed. This week representatives for Flannery reached out to him and other elected officials requesting meetings about their plans. That meeting is now being scheduled, he said.

“This is their first effort, ever, to talk to any of the local representatives, myself included,” he said.

The land that Flannery has been purchasing is not zoned for residential use, and even in his 2017 pitch, Mr. Moritz acknowledged that rezoning could “clearly be challenging” — a nod to California’s notoriously difficult and litigious development process.

To pull off the project, the company will almost certainly have to use the state’s initiative system to get Solano County residents to vote on it. The hope is that voters will be enticed by promises of thousands of local jobs, increased tax revenue and investments in infrastructure like parks, a performing arts center, shopping, dining and a trade school.

The financial gains could be huge, Mr. Moritz said in the 2017 pitch. He estimated the return could be many times the initial investment just from the rezoning, and far more if and when they started building.

“If the plans materialize anywhere close to what is being contemplated, this should be a spectacular investment,” Mr. Moritz wrote.

The Bay Area is among the country’s most expensive regions, even after rent and home prices fell after the pandemic. Economists and housing experts have for decades blamed a longstanding housing shortage and California’s inability to build enough to meet demand.

Mr. Moritz nodded to this in the email to the investor, arguing that “this effort should relieve some of the Silicon Valley pressures we all feel — rising home prices, homelessness, congestion etc.” He added that his group had secured some 1,400 acres for less than $5,000 per acre. The price per acre has since escalated, and the company’s most recent purchases have neared $20,000 per acre, according to court documents and people familiar with the matter.

The purchases burst into public view this spring when lawyers for Flannery filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court, accusing landowners of colluding to inflate prices.

The group focused on Jepson Prairie and Montezuma Hills, an agricultural patch of eastern Solano County between the cities of Fairfield and Rio Vista, according to the lawsuit. This area is mostly unpopulated and covered with ranches, windmills and power lines.

In November 2018, the company sent offers to “most landowners in this area,” the lawsuit said, and included incentives such as allowing sellers to retain income from wind turbines, as well as stay on the properties rent-free under long-term lease-back agreements. Over the five years, the company purchased some 140 properties from 400 owners, the lawsuit said.

This month, a lawyer representing landowners jointly filed a motion to dismiss the case. In July, three landowners said they had reached a potential settlement with Flannery. Other owners could not be reached for comment this week, or had declined to do so.

As the offers continued and prices escalated, landowners in Solano County started buzzing about who was buying so much land for so much money.

“They would come with an offer of four and five times over the market at the time,” Ms. Moy said. “They were deals that they couldn’t pass up.”

Flannery’s offers were creating multimillionaires across the county, but no one seemed to know what the mysterious company intended to do with land that now amounted to a large chunk of the entire county.

That changed last week, when residents started receiving texts and emails with a poll gauging their opinions on a number of questions. One asked them to rate the favorability of several names including “Joe Biden,” “Donald Trump” and “Flannery Associates.” Another question began with a description of a possible ballot initiative for a project that “would include a new city with tens of thousands of new homes, a large solar energy farm, orchards with over a million new trees, and over 10,000 acres of new parks and open space.”

Ms. Moy cited poor infrastructure, including the two-lane highway bisecting the region that she said was already clogged by super-commuters driving to the edges of the Bay Area and beyond. The area is also prone to regular droughts and is at high risk for wildfires.

“It seems very pie in the sky,” she said.

Sheelagh McNeill contributed research. Yiwen Lu contributed reporting.

Conor Dougherty is an economics reporter and the author of “Golden Gates: Fighting for Housing in America.” His work focuses on the West Coast, real estate and wage stagnation among U.S. workers. More about Conor Dougherty

Erin Griffith reports on technology start-ups and venture capital from the San Francisco bureau. Before joining The Times she was a senior writer at Wired and Fortune. More about Erin Griffith


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