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we want to help to improve the poultry farming in Ghana with affordable poultry products to farmers in Ghana. 

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New member in Halaalfarms

Posted by kayla wu on May 19, 2020 at 5:10 AM Comments comments (0)

Hello,I'm Kayla,a new member in Halaalfarms.I'm from Hightop chicken cage.A professional equipment company.

More information to https://www.hightoppoultry.com/

Call me:+8617733857046

How to increase the chicken laying rate in the summer

Posted by Helena Cheng on May 19, 2020 at 4:25 AM Comments comments (0)


A Main points of management before the chicken lays eggs

few weeks before chickens lay eggs, is considered the transitional period from the growth phase to the laying period. At this stage, a series of tasks such as putting the chickens into their cage, selection, immunization, changing the feed and increasing light will cause a great deal of responsibility.

 

During this period, the chicken’s physiology changes drastically. The chicken is sensi...

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Poultry farmers in Ghana

Posted by Halaalfarms Ghana on March 24, 2019 at 7:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Market potential:

Rising domestic incomes have created increased in demand for animal protein, thus opening investment opportunities in both poultry meat and eggs. In Ghana, domestic consumption of poultry is increasing rapidly at roughly 13.9% per year. While local production is growing at a comparable rate of 14.1%, this poultry is dominated by “layers” rather than “broilers.” On a regional and global level, consumption rates have also shown steady growth at 6...

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9 Rules For Starting Your Own Poultry Farm in Ghana

Posted by Halaalfarms Ghana on March 3, 2019 at 5:15 PM Comments comments (0)

Are you planning to start your own poultry farm? If so, then you should enter the business well prepared by considering all of its aspects. Right from setting up some basic equipment to raising the birds and marketing your business, you have to take every step wisely. Do not forget that there are many other poultry businesses. You will be competing with them.

However, if you conduct your business carefully, chances are that it will grow fast. The demand for poultry products is increasin...

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7 Things You Must Prepare Before Your Chicks Arrive

Posted by Halaalfarms Ghana on March 3, 2019 at 4:50 PM Comments comments (0)

The time is approaching- your chicks are going to be delivered soon, but are you totally prepared? 

It may seem like you have everything, but if it’s your first time there’s a good chance you may have missed something. 

You don’t want to be running round like a headless chicken when they arrive, so it’s best to double check everything now. 

We have compiled a check list for you of the 7 most important things you will need to have to ens...

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type of chicken feed by age

Posted by Halaalfarms Ghana on March 3, 2019 at 4:25 PM Comments comments (0)

How To Feed Chickens

Starter Feeds

Newly hatched chicks ages 0-10 weeks should be fed a chick starter diet with a protein level between 10%-20%. These rations are formulated to provide proper nutrition for growing baby chickens. Higher protein starter rations (22%-24%) are reserved for meat birds such as turkey, quail and pheasant. This higher protein level maximizes growth for broilers and roasters, but is not necessary or desirable for egg laying chickens.

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Debeaking

Posted by Halaalfarms Ghana on March 3, 2019 at 4:20 PM Comments comments (0)

Debeaking : How To Debeak Chickens?


What is Debeaking or Beak Trimming?

Debeaking, also known as beak trimming, is the partial removal of the beak of poultry, especially layer


hens and turkeys, but sometimes it may also be performed on quail and ducks. Beak trimming is a


preventive measure to reduce damage caused by injurious pecking.


Why to Debeak chickens?


After Beak trimming, your...

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13 Common Chicken Diseases Every Chicken Keeper Should Know About (and How to Treat Them)

Posted by Halaalfarms Ghana on March 3, 2019 at 3:45 PM Comments comments (0)

1. Fowl Pox

 

If you notice that your chickens develop white spots on their skin, scabby sores on their combs, white ulcers in their mouth or trachea, and their laying stops then you should grow concerned that your chickens are developing Fowl Pox.

 

There are treatment options for Fowl Pox. You can feed them soft food and give them a warm and dry place to try and recoup. With adequate care, there is a great chance that your birds can survi...

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Brooding Requirements for Poultry Chicks

Posted by Halaalfarms Ghana on March 3, 2019 at 3:40 PM Comments comments (1)

Brooding Temperatures


Beginning at one day of age, the chick should be housed at a temperature between 87 – 92° F (30 – 33° C), at a relative humidity between 40 – 60%. Care should be taken to prevent the chicks from being exposed to drafts which could result in wind chill. When the chick is one week of age the temperature can be reduced by 4° F (2° C). Continue reducing the temperature until housing temperature of 70° F (...

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Brooding Requirements for Poultry Chicks

Posted by Halaalfarms Ghana on March 3, 2019 at 3:35 PM Comments comments (0)

Brooding Temperatures

 

Beginning at one day of age, the chick should be housed at a temperature between 87 – 92° F (30 – 33° C), at a relative humidity between 40 – 60%. Care should be taken to prevent the chicks from being exposed to drafts which could result in wind chill. When the chick is one week of age the temperature can be reduced by 4° F (2° C). Continue reducing the temperature until housing temperature of 70...

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How to Start a Poultry Farm in Ghana

Posted by Halaalfarms Ghana on January 1, 2019 at 1:25 PM Comments comments (3)

Starting a chicken farm and making a business out of it are two different things. Any individual getting into the poultry not only becomes a chicken farmer but also a businessperson too. This fact depends on the intended target market and sector within the chicken industry (broilers or layers). The first thing that a prospective farmer needs to do is draw up a comprehensive business plan. This write-up should detail how the farmer intends to operate from the point of view of all stakeholders ...

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Welcome To Halaalfarms

Posted by Halaalfarms Ghana on January 1, 2019 at 6:50 AM Comments comments (0)

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