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Going into poultry production for the purpose of egg production means you intend to raise laying hen. They could be from Day-old-chicks (DOC), or stock as Point-of-Lay(POL) birds. Layers can be reared on Deep litter system or Battery Cage system. Caged birds need more capital but the merits include; easy of management, cleaner eggs, safety from breakages, minimal feed wastage, reduced water contamination and maximized space. A unit of cage from my company with the capacity of 120 birds cost N90, 000. Beginners with limited resources could start with deep litter system. It is affordable, litter material are readily available. The major requirements are conducive housing and more intense management of the water, feed and litters. The roof in all cases should be heat repealing, made from asbestos, thatch etc. Vent, created to let out heat, wall should be less than two feet high, 'curtain' from sacks or tarpaulin provided to prevent entrance of rain water to prevent incidences of coccidiosis and other enteric diseases. Beginners should minimise the cost of poultry house construction and utilise local materials as equipments so that the limited resources could be channel into productive running cost such as DOC or POL and feed.
Beginners could start with POL, these are birds in their fourteen to twenty weeks of Age,(birds often start dropping their first egg from 22weeks to 24weeks of age). Advantage of acquiring Point Of Lay birds is the reduced risk. Prices of POL at press time ranges from N750 to N950/bird. In budgeting for feeding, a bag cost about N2,200 today and 4bags could feed 1000birds per days. Let me open your understanding to how profitable egg production could be under proper
1000 layers Will produce 28 creates daily
Feed consumption The aim should be a daily consumption of 120g feed per hen a day.
120kg of feed daily= 4bags @N2, 200= N8, 800 to produce 28 creates daily
28 creates x N500 per crate = N14, 000 profit – N8, 800 daily feed consumption =N5, 200
54 to 72weeks of lay, the spent layers would be sold for nearly the equivalent amount with which the POL is purchased. You can see that egg production is terrifically profiting.

Before setting up a project, one should have details on the following
Land: Adequate land to house poultry structures and for carrying out various farm operations.
Water: Adequate clean water is needed for consumption and cleaning within the poultry project. So it is imperative to identify a reliable source of portable water.
Skills and experience: Basic training and experience in poultry management is essential for running a poultry enterprise.
Capital: A source of potential funding for acquiring inputs and equipment needed to run the project. Requirements and policies of financial institutions ought to be known prior to loan acquisition.

MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
In egg production, the aim is to produce as many table eggs as possible over the laying life of the hen. The success or downfall of egg production is determined by the management practices used.

Labour
The manager should be experienced and have basic training in poultry management. A poultry house which accommodates 1000 and 2000 hens will require 1 and 2 poultry attendants respectively. Casual labourers will be required during cleaning and restocking.

Production systems
There are two main production systems in Nigeria. That is laying cage and deep litter systems.
a) Laying cage system
Here hens are kept throughout their productive life time in cages. However, this system requires high capital investment. As such, they are strictly commendable for use by commercial egg producers. The stocking density depends on the hen’s body size and weight. It is 3 to 5 hens per cubicle. That is, the heavier the hens the fewer they would be per cubicle. In a laying cage system, hens do not have contact with droppings which reduces infections. Feeding, providing water, egg collection, removal of litter and cleaning are easier for the poultry attendants to perform.

b) Deep litter system
Here hens are confined in a house with floor space of 8 to 10 birds/m2 to ensure free movement. The floor should be covered with a 5cm to 10cm deep litter of grain husks (maize or rice), straw, wood shavings or a similarly absorbent (but non-toxic) materials. Wood shavings are highly recommended for use since birds cannot eat them. Litter provide from the droppings. It also helps to prevent damage to the birds’ legs due to slippery surfaces. Usually old litter is renewed when replacement stock arrives. It is advisable not to re-use old litter. After old litter has been removed out of the house, the floor should be cleaned and disinfected.

This guideline will focus on the laying cage system.
Laying period
Egg producers buy chicks at point of lay, which is between seventeen (17) to eighteen (18) weeks old. At this age, few hens will start laying eggs immediately.
However, at around the 21st week, majority of the hens will start laying eggs through to 44 weeks (11months) old after which the flock will be replaced. Should egg-laying start when hens or pullets are too fat or before they are fully physically and sexually mature at 20 weeks or five (5) months of age, the overall performance during the laying period will be affected resulting in fewer eggs produced.


Health and common diseases
Disease prevalence varies from one area to the other. The problems that may trigger disease conditions are direct sunlight on egg trays or nests, poor ventilated houses and very high temperatures in and outside the poultry house, which may weaken egg shells resulting in poor egg quality.

Mortality
Under good management, mortality will range between 5 to10%.

Records management
Relative to records management, each project should have a record book on which information on the number of stocked live birds, slaughtered and deaths are recorded. Record keeping helps the farmer to budget accurately and make informed decisions about the project.
The following records should be adequately kept.
- All feeds consumed and purchased
- Number of hens purchased
- Deaths and causes
- Vaccination and other veterinary requisites expenses
- Labour and other variable costs
- Number of eggs collected daily
- Number of eggs sold and used for home consumption
- Number of eggs damaged and
- Water and feed intake daily. It should be noted that water and feed consumption records are excellent indicators of flock health


MARKETING ISSUES
Market survey
A proper market survey is essential as that will enable the farmer to identify the current and emerging markets where eggs can be sold at a higher price.

Marketing
Marketing activities include among others grading, quality, promotions, packaging and value adding. These activities are essential as they will lead to selling large volumes of products as quickly as possible resulting in the farmer making a lot of profit.

Grading: Eggs should be graded by size and labelled according to weight. During selection and grading, care must be applied to ensure that weight is uniform to avoid disqualification.
Recommended egg sizes

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Our Business plan covers
FARM MANAGEMENT,DAY OLD CHICKS,BROODING ,FEEDING,HOUSING,FEEDERS,LIGHTING,DRINKERS ,LITTER,VACCINATION, FUMIGATION AND SPRAYING,MANPOWER REQUIREMENTS,FARM EQUIPMENT,LAND & BUILDING,RECOMMENDED MODE FOR ACQUIRING LAND,SUITABLE LOCATIONS ,INFRASTRUCTURE REQUIREMENT
FINANCIAL ANALYSIS PROFIT PROJECTION FOR 20,000 LAYERS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY   
OVERVIEW   
THE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
THE MARKET   
THE TARGET MARKET   
THE COMPETITION   
THE COMPETITIVE STRATEGIES   
THE MANAGEMENT TEAM   
THE FINANCIAL PLAN   
PURPOSE OF THE BUSINESS PLAN   

CHAPTER 2  PROJECT SUMMARY   
PROJECT NAME   
PROJECT LOCATION   
PROJECT SPONSOR   
PROJECT GOALS AND PURPOSE   
PROJECT SCOPE

CHAPTER 3  INDUSTRY ANALYSIS   
INDUSTRY OVERVIEW   
INDUSTRY SIZE   
GROWTH RATE   
GROWTH POTENTIAL
PLAYERS IN THE INDUSTRY   
SUPPLY CHAIN MAP   

CHAPTER 4 MARKET ANALYSIS   
POULTRY FARM MARKET ANALYSIS SUMMARY
DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS
MARKETING FRACTIONS
SEGMENT ATTRACTIVENESS   
PROPOSED TARGET MARKET   
DIRECT COMPETITION   
INDIRECT COMPETITION   
THREAT FROM NEW ENTRANTS   
THREAT FROM CUSTOMERS   
THREAT FROM SUPPLIERS   
INTENSITY OF RIVALRY   

CHAPTER 5 INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT ANALYSIS   
SHARED VALUES AND PRINCIPLES   
UNDERSTANDING OF THE STRATEGIC PLANNING PROCESS   
ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE   
LEADERSHIP STYLE   
STAFF REQUIREMENTS   
SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES   
SYSTEMS 

CHAPTER 6 SWOT ANALYSIS
STRENGTHS   
WEAKNESSES   
OPPORTUNITIES   
THREATS

CHAPTER 7  STRATEGIC INTENT 
VISION   
MISSION   
VALUES AND PRINCIPLES   

CHAPTER 8 PROJECT STRATEGIES   
LONG TERM STRATEGIES   
MEDIUM TERM STRATEGIES   
SHORT TERM STRATEGIES   
FINANCIAL STRATEGIES   
MARKETING STRATEGIES   
OPERATIONAL STRATEGIES   
HUMAN RESOURCE STRATEGIES

CHAPTER 9 IMPLEMENTATION PLAN   
ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE   
MANPOWER REQUIREMENTS   
MANPOWER PLAN   
MAN POWER BUDGET   
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

CHAPTER 10 TECHNICAL AND OPERATIONAL PLAN   
RAW MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS   
MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS   
LAYOUT OF THE BUSINESS PREMISES   
GROWTH MANAGEMENT AND QUALITY ASSURANCE   
DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION   
EGG PRODUCTION PROCESS

CHAPTER 11 MARKETING PLAN   
PRODUCT
PRICING   
PACKAGING     
LOCATION OF THE PROJECT

CHAPTER 12 KEY FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CONTROLS   
BOOKEEPING AND FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION REQUIREMENTS   
IMPORTANCE OF BOOKKEEPING AND FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION   
COMPUTERISED BOOKEEPING AND FINANCE SYSTEM   

CHAPTER 12 PROJECTED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS   
ASSUMPTIONS   
APPLICATION OF FUNDS   
OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE COSTS
DAILY EEG/FEED/DRUGS COMPUTATION ANALYSIS FROM POINT OF LAY (POL) FOR 12 MONTHS
INCOME STATEMENT PROJECTIONS
PROJECTED PROFIT AND LOSS FOR 20,000 BIRDS IN 52WEEKS
MARKET INFORMATION
MORTALITY LOSSES
THREATS


PROFIT PROJECTION FOR 20,000 LAYING BIRDS
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