Broiler poultry Farming Project Report 1000 birds

broiler poultry farming  project 1000 birds


The broiler chicken production of our country is growing at the rate of nearly 8-10% every year. The consumption of chicken meat has increased significantly during past two decades. Government is promoting this industry by providing subsidy. India is the  third largest broiler-chicken producer in the world produces 3.8 million tones of poultry meat a year. The market is estimated to be worth about Rs 90,000 crore. Per capita chicken consumption in India has been on the rise, with changing eating habits. Considering the vast potential of this industry in employment generation we have included many poultry project reports in this site..Before starting a Hybrid Broiler farm the entrepreneurs/ farmers are advised to under go   training on poultry  farming. They can contact Local Animal Husbandry Department staffs/Veterinary College/agriculture university etc. for the purpose.  They should also visit progressive broiler  farmers and government/ agricultural university poultry  farm in the locality. They must check the following points before starting a Broiler  farm.

  1. Availability of hybrid broiler chicks in local  market
  2. Nearness of the Farm to Veterinary Hospital, Animal disease diagnostic laboratory
  3. Marketing facility & demand of Broiler in local market
  4. Availability of broiler feed & medicine in their locality.

This project report has been worked out subject to the following conditions:

  1. Hybrid Broiler Chicks will be purchased from commercial hatcheries for every batch.
  1. Sale price of finisher birds will change in accordance with change in purchase price of feed & chick .

3.Bio-security measures must be strictly  adopted.

4.The farm must be managed by the entrepreneur on scientific lines.

6- Cost of labour has not been taken into consideration since full time labour is not required for the small unit. Family labour will be utilized for maintance of the  farm

Floor – One square feet floor space per bird  is required for broiler chicken. The floor of the poultry house should be concrete cemented, strong & rodent proof ,and have slope towards door. Plinth should be 2ft. higher than ground.

Walls-lengthwise wall may be only one foot high, brick wall on sides,4ft wire netting above brick wall should be supported with angle iron. End wall of poultry house should be made of bricks. Maximum breadth of poultry house should be 27 feet. There should be partition in every 500 squire feet.

Roof – Roof of the poultry house may be of asbestos or tile. It should  12-ft. high at the center and 6-8ft. high on the side wall with 3ft extension of roof  beyond wall   to prevent rain water from entering poultry house.

This project report has been worked out subject to the following conditions:

  1. The chicks will have to be arranged from commercial hatcheries and price fluctuation in them be correspondingly accommodated in the final sale price.
  2. Any increase in the cost of feed shall correlate to the corresponding increase in the sale price of broilers.

3.As a bio-security measure against avian influenza all in all out system will be adopted.

  1. The scheme is a broad guideline and is likely to vary as per the change in price/cost of various specified items.
  2. The scheme is workable on the above guidelines if run by the entrepreneur on scientific lines.

Housing for broiler chicken

Floor –Pucca, smooth strong concrete cemented, impervious to moisture rodent proof ,and have slope towards door. Plinth should be 2ft. higher than ground.

 Walls-2ft. high lengthwise brick wall on sides,4ft wire netting above brick wall supported with angle iron. End wall should be solid made of bricks.

Doors –There should be two doors 4ft. wide and 6ft high opposite to each other.

Roof – 12-14ft. high at the center and 6ft. high on the side wall with 3ft. hang over beyond wall to prevent rain water from entering poultry house and to keep litter dry. Roof should be of asbestos, cement asbestos, or tile.

Techno economic parameters
System of rearing Deep Litter system
Batch size 1000+5% extra
Batch interval 52 days(45 days rearing +7days

cleaning period)

Mortality of birds 5%
Cycle size 1000
Cost of day old chick Rs.33
Cost of kg of feed Rs.39.00
Cost of equipments(waterers feeders etc.) Rs.30/bird
Cost of insurance medicine vaccine etc. Rs.6/bird/year
No of  batches/year introduced first year 6
No of  batches /year(sold) 6
No of batch introduced 2-5 years 7
No of batch sold  2-6 years 7
Cost of kg of live broiler Rs.101
Feed conversion ratio FCR 1.68
Average age at selling 39
Average wt. of bird at the time of sale 2kg
Feed requirement to attain 1.8kg body weight 3.5kg
Rearing period 45 days
Cleaning period One week
Interest rate 10.5%/year
Repayment period 6 years
Capital cost (Amount in Rs.)
Construction of  low cost Brooder cum grower house one Sq.ft/bird for 1000 birds @Rs.200/sq.ft 200000
Equipments for 1000 birds @Rs.30/bird 30000
Electrification & electrical installation 15000
Working Capital
Cost of chicks 1030 @  RS.33/chick (5% extra for mortality  2% free fro hatchery ) 33990
Cost of concentrate feed@3.2kg/bird for1000 birds @39/kg for first bath 124800
Misc, expenditure i.e. electricity vaccine medicine insurance etc. including veterinary aid @Rs6/bird/batch 6000
Contingency 10210
Total working capital 175000
Total project cost 420000
Margin money 15% of project cost 63000
Bank loan 357000

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