Ranchi, Jharkhand, India GST : 20AAFCH0854H1Z0 Verified Supplier
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Our offered Product range includes live duck and chicken farming services.
In nature duck is a water bird. Man has domesticated the wild duck, and by selective breeding and are removing it from its natural habitat, has produced strains which he uses for both meat and egg production. They say that ducks are the “new chickens” – it seems backyard farmers all over the country are beginning to enjoy the pleasure of keeping ducks. Our ducks are all different breeds because I enjoy variety and I like being able to tell them apart….and because there are so many great breeds I couldn’t choose just one! Among various species of poultry, ducks are sturdy and prolic in nature. Indigenous ducks of our country constitute more than 90% of the total duck population and the second largest species contributing towards egg production in India. Duck rearing is still in the hands of poor rural farmers, who depend mainly on ducks for their livelihood and employment.
Hopegrow poultry framing has made considerable progress in broiler production and egg production in the last one year. high quality chicks, equipments, vaccines and medicines are available. and india has been ranks fourth largest producer of eggs and india has been fth largest producer of poultry broiler in the world. the broiler production has also sky rocketed at an annual growth rate of about 15 percent at present. broiler farming has been given considerable importance in the national policy and has a good scope for further poultry farming development in the years to coming soon Advantages of chicken farming : Initial investment is a little lower than layer farming. rearing period is 6-7 weeks only Faster return from the investment. More number of ocks can be taken in the same shed. Broilers have high feed conversion efciency i.e. least amount of feed is required for unit body weight gain in comparison to other livestock. Demand for poultry meat is more compared to sheep/goat meat. Classification of breeds of poultry First egg at 18 to 19 weeks 50% production at 155 days Peak production at 27 to 29 weeks Livability of grower (96%) and layer (94%) Egg production peak 90% Hen housed to 72 wk. more than 275 eggs Feed effciency 2.2 Egg size average Egg weight 54 g Rhode island red First egg at 17 to 18 weeks 40% production at 150 days Peak production at 26 to 28 weeks Livability of grower (92%) and layer (94%) Egg production peak 85% Hen housed to 72 wk. more than 270 eggs Egg size average Egg weight 54 g