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[07:43, 3/27/2020] Rev Gee;Minister Tee🙏🏾: 🇿🇼🐓 *ROADRUNNERS SPECIAL*🐓🇿🇼
🐥🐥🐥🐥🐥 *MAKHAYA 🐥🐥🐥CHICKS AVAILABLE IN BULAWAYO CBD*
👋🏽NOW IN STOCK👋🏽
🐥🐥🐥🐥🐥
🐣 *AVAILABLE ARE*

PER CHICK

1) 🐧 _Black Islands_ *$18 bond*
2)🐥 _Plymouth white sussex_ *$18 bond*
3) *Orphington Brown* *$18 bond*
*IN FOREX 💵$0.60USD/10RAND PER CHICK*
*NB* *_Early Maturity breeds from 2&half to 4 months_*

4) Mash feed & vaccines also available.

*_🏪🚶🏽Come inside :SUNRAY SUPERETTE SHOP_*

_*6⃣TH AVE; BTWN HEBERT CHITEPO & FORT STREET @ Animal and Health Desk*_

*We can even supply🚚🚌you anywhere in Zimbabwe🇿🇼*

_ECOCASH IS ALSO ACCEPTED_

Hit my box📩

0774 863422

Call📞


_BOOK WITH US TODAY!_👍🏼

*Let's keep the makhayas(roadrunners) chickens🐓for meat sustainance and for a healthy community*🐓🐓🐓🦃🐓🦃🐓

*VERY CHEAP PROJECT TO START AND CHEAP to run*
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DAY OLD ROAD CHICKS EVERY THURSDAY OF THE WEEK.

PRODUCTION IS BASED IN HARARE BUT DELIVERY ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE MADE TO ANYWHERE IN ZIMBABWE.

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Produces free range chicken fertilised eggs, chicks, c***s, hens and manure. Offers hatching services and free range poultry management consultancy.

Operating as usual

16/07/2021

For sale:
✅Broiler chicken both live and dressed from US$5 to US$6
✅Fresh vegetables from 50 bond
✅Chicken cuts $1
✅Chicken Feet 12s,liver 12s, necks 10s for $1

At 34 Dunmore avenue Queensdale

For sale:
✅Broiler chicken both live and dressed from US$5 to US$6
✅Fresh vegetables from 50 bond
✅Chicken cuts $1
✅Chicken Feet 12s,liver 12s, necks 10s for $1

At 34 Dunmore avenue Queensdale

16/07/2021

For sale:
✅Broiler chicken both live and dressed from US$5 to US$6
✅Fresh vegetables from 50 bond
✅Chicken cuts $1
✅Chicken Feet 12s,liver 12s, necks 10s for $1

At 34 Dunmore avenue Queensdale

For sale:
✅Broiler chicken both live and dressed from US$5 to US$6
✅Fresh vegetables from 50 bond
✅Chicken cuts $1
✅Chicken Feet 12s,liver 12s, necks 10s for $1

At 34 Dunmore avenue Queensdale

29/06/2019

✅Available Now.

✅500 Free Range
Off layer Chickens.

✅Call/App 0772-3-777-38

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✅Available Now.

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✅Call/App 0772-3-777-38

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[05/28/19]   "Factors leading to Early Chick Mortality

The profitability of any Poultry enterprise is hinged on the number , quality and weight of the birds that make it to slaughter stage. A good number of small scale poultry farmers in Zimbabwe are not very particular about the quality of the meat produced or the weight as it is usual that one sells off live birds at a fixed price regardless of the parameters mentioned above.

This article focuses on what most of us think matter the most, that is the numbers that make it to slaughter or to the market. Whilst it is desirable for any to have 100% survivability , it remains normal to incur some mortalities in the broiler business. Suppliers of day old chicks and poultry production experts state that for these modern genetics a mortality of 5% is acceptable as normal and does little impact to your bottom line and anything above that should be cause for concern.

That withstanding it is commonplace for one to experience a batch of chicks that just die in large numbers often without very good explanation. When this occurs within the first 14 days of chick placement, it is generally known as early chick mortality and the various causes of early chick mortality are explored hereafter.

Hatchery Problems:

The hatcheries have an obligation to deliver good quality chicks. Generally a good quality chick is one that is alert, active, well hydrated, free of diseases and deformities. There are chicks that succumb within the first two weeks of their lives owing to errors committed at the hatcheries. At day old a farmer can detect a problem chick by checking to see if the legs are dehydrated. Also take note of the colour of the colour of the legs and hocks.

If the hocks and legs exhibit a reddish pigmentation accompanied by swelling, that chick will surely succumb before depletion time. Obvious candidates for early mortality are detected by inspecting the underside of the day old chicks. If you notice black dots on the belly just about the navel and or a large yolk sac, that alone spells trouble. An inappropriately absorbed yolk and unhealed navel often leads to a fatal disease called omphalitis, which is a result of the invasion of the navel and yolk sac by bacteria.

This condition is responsible for some of the mortalities that occur within 7 days of chick placement. These problems are the direct responsibility of the hatcheries’ quality control department to screen out chicks with the above-mentioned anomalies. However time and again one such chicks find their way onto the market either by way of human error or otherwise.

Diseases:

It is important to note the role played by infections in early chick mortality. Owing to the fact that the chicks are still young and lack the requisite capacity to fight off infection, mortalities due to infection can be quite rife within the first 10 days. This normally accompanies a breakdown in bio-security. There are several diseases associated with early mortality but the most common ones are pullorum, salmonelloses, colibacillosis. These diseases are discussed briefly below:

Pullorum diseaseis an acute systemic disease in of young birds. The distinguishing sign of pullorum disease is a white diarrhoea, ruffled feathers, breathing difficulties, chirping and high death rate. The morbidity and the mortality are particularly high between the 7th - 10th day after placement. The affected chickens appear somnolent, depressed and their growth is retarded. The feathers around the vent in many chickens is stained with diarrhoeic faeces or pasted with dry faeces.

Colibacillosis is a respiratory disease common in young birds, as it capitalises on immune-suppressed birds. Morbidity can vary and mortality ranges between 5-20%. The major signs of colibacillosis are respiratory afflictions, coughing, sneezing and snick.

The disease also causes reduced appetite and resultant poor growth rates.
Salmonelloses is a group of acute rapidly spreading diseases caused by various sub-types of salmonella bacteria. It affects birds of any age even up to 90% of the flock but resultant mortality is low.

Major signs of salmonelloses infection are diarrhoea, vent pasting, loss of appetite , ruffled feathers , crowding close to heat sources ,sitting with drooping wings and closed eyes.

Nutrition:

It is important to ensure that the feed taken by the chicks is balanced enough to provide all the nutrients required by the birds in order to achieve the expected growth rates. In addition to that feeds should be of good quality that is free from disease causing organisms, moulds and other adulterants because feed can act as a portal via which toxins enters the birds.

Vitamin deficiencies:

Vitamins are essential and they are derived from the diet taken in by the birds. In older broilers dietary shortage of these vitamin is not detrimental because they tend to have stored vitamins in the liver. Day old chicks tend to depend on the vitamins passed on from parents through the egg and this lasts only for 7 days. If diet is deficient in vitamins then problems start to manifest. General signs of fat soluble vitamins(i.e A,D.E & K) in chicks are growth retardation, anorexia, weakness, incoordination, emaciation and ruffled feathers ; whilst lack of water soluble vitamins( B- complexes and C) is shown by of weight, poor feathering, poor growth, dermatitis, perosis, nervous signs and anaemia.

Vitamin deficiencies are not always fatal except in severe cases. The significance of vitamin deficiency is that it predisposes the birds to infections as it compromises immunity build up. Further the lack of vitamins interferes with the metabolic processes which can result in gross malfunctioning of vital such organ as the brains. Such cases often lead to mortalities.

It is prudent to mention at this stage that it is not only deficiencies that can be fatal, the opposite is also true. An excess of one or more nutrients above the optimum level can prove to be very fatal. A good example is salt poisoning. If salt is taken excessively via feed or water intake it results in early chick mortality which are often difficult to explain.

Farmers should ensure that they use fresh feed as mouldy feeds expose the young birds to mycotoxins. These are poisons that found in mouldy feeds and grain as fungal metabolic by-products. Mycotoxins are highly fatal and when present in very good concentrations can cause sudden high mortalities upward of 80%.

Poor husbandry Practices:

Many farmers are always found wanting when it comes to general management of the birds , the poultry house and adherence to bio-security protocols.

Brooder temperature:

Whilst it is common knowledge to all that day old chicks require brooding where a source of heat is provided, the common problem encountered most of the time is getting the temperature right. When brooding temperature are above optimum (i.e between 30 0C – 32 0C during the first week), the chicks become heat stressed and after prolonged exposure to such conditions, they die of dehydration and vent blockage. On the other hand when temperatures slump lower than desired the chicks are hit by pneumonia and mortalities do occur by chilling. When cold the young birds tend to stop feeding, huddle together and in most cases more chicks die of smothering than from the low temperatures. To do away with this problem farmers should ensure that recommended temperatures are achieved, stabilised and maintained. This temperature should be measured at chick level.

Ventilation:

Adequate ventilation is a key factor to chick survival especially in the first 2 weeks. Good ventilation allows for equitable distribution of heat around the house as well as maintain good air quality. Poor ventilation leads to accumulation of noxious gases such as ammonia, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide. Ammonia gas is very toxic and it kills chicks in large quantities once it surpasses 100ppm (parts per million). Whilst it is impossible to run an ammonia free poultry house, it is recommended to keep the concentration ammonia below 10 ppm. The following signs point to an uncomfortable level of ammonia gas in the house: irritation of mucous membranes and eyes, reduced feed intake, retarded growth rate, haemorrhages and death. Carbon monoxide tend to accrue when one uses fossil fuels as source of heating in the poultry house for it normally comes from incomplete combustion of fuels. Carbon monoxide is quite toxic to chicks at concentrations between 2000-3600 ppm whilst carbon dioxide causes serious respiratory challenges, suffocation and death when its concentration in the air goes beyond 30% by volume.

Humidity:
Away from poisonous gases that can bedevil the air, it is important to note that the ventilation mechanism should take care of the humidity levels of the air in the poultry house. High relative humidity can compromise litter quality and create a conducive environment for the proliferation of pathogens. It can also delay the healing and drying up of navels in day old chicks paving way for the entry of bacteria resulting in omphalitis and death.

Floor space:

This is one parameter often taken for granted by smallholder farmers unbeknown to them that it has the potential to decimate one’s project. In crowded pens chick mortalities are rife due to physical stampede as well as dehydration and starvation resulting from inadequate feeder and watering space. When chicks are crowded the litter is constantly damp which creates an enabling environment for diseases to thrive and in such cases ensuing mortalities are inexplicable.

Bio-security:

As you seen earlier in this article, early chick mortality can be caused by infections and most of these are bacterial. The occurrence of a bacterial infection is testimony to prevalence of unsanitary conditions in your environment. This is resultant of failure to observe bio-security protocols and proper sanitation measures. All this comes about as a result of poor management on the part of the breeder"
(NHEMA CHICKENS, 2019)

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[05/06/19]   WINTER POULTRY TIP

Generally all birds have a very low laying rate in winter because hours of light are reduced which are critical for ovulation and egg production.
The birds also use a lot of feed to keep themselves warm instead of egg production.

In winter there are are a number of measures that you can take to improve egg production.

✅ keep the birds warm especially at night by putting thick bedding on the floor, grass or wood shavings.

✅ if you can manage, provide light from sun set to 9 pm to cover up for the short hours of light.

✅Cover chicken window with curtains at night especially on very cold nights.

✅ increase feed with calcium and protein.

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[04/30/19]   Top 13 Best Egg Laying Free Range Chicken Breeds:

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) revealed that in 2015 the value of world egg production was 55 billion dollars and the production of eggs reached 70.4 million metric tons Source-AgronoMag.

As far as the most productive egg laying free range chickens are concerned, these are the best chicken breeds for this purpose:

1. Australorp

This breed originating in Australia was obtained in 1920. It’s a chicken breed specializing in egg production, being considered a true champion, because one hen from this breed laid 364 eggs in 365 days. The Australorp breed is found in three varieties of colors: blue, white and black.

The Australorp chickens are very active, having a rapid growth rate, starting to lay eggs since the 5th month. They are suitable for growing in a sheltered enclosure, but they provide a higher egg production if they can walk freely in an open space.

2. Lohmann Brown

It is the most widespread breed of laying chickens in the world and is found in almost all parts of the world.

The Lohmann breed has a small stature, having a body weight that doesn’t exceed 2 kilograms. A chicken from this breed produces annually up to 313 eggs, with a low feed consumption of just 110 grams per day.

3. The Rhode Island Red

The breed originated in the US, where it’s used for a dual purpose, both for eggs and meat. These chickens are mostly popular with small chicken farms because they can adapt easily to backyard conditions, they have a high resistance against disease and usually a rather tough temperament. A Rhode Island Red chicken can lay up to 260 eggs per year.

4. Sussex chicken breed

Similar to the Rhode Island Red, this is a dual purpose breed, which means that the chickens are grown for eggs or for meat. The breed has eight different colors, but the most common ones are white chickens with black neck and tail feathers. The chickens are capable of producing up to 250 eggs annually.

5. Golden Comet

This breed is actually a widespread hybrid, known for its ability to produce between 250 and 300 eggs annually. The Golden Comets are very calm and tame chickens, perfect for open spaces and are easy going with other farm animals. The eggs have a brown shell.

6. Leghorn

The breed comes from the port of Livorno, Italy, from a very old Italian population. It features 12 color varieties, but the white chickens usually lay the most eggs. Leghorn chickens have an average annual production of approximately 200 eggs, but it can go up to 280 eggs.

7. Marans

It’s a chicken breed native of France, having a very rich and colorful plumage. It has an annual production of 180-220 eggs and it can be grown both for meat and eggs.

8. Plymouth Rock

This chicken breed is excellent for those who don’t have much experience in growing chickens, because they can easily adapt to a free range lifestyle. These chickens are usually very tame and lay around 200 eggs per year.

9. Barnevelder

This chicken breed is an interesting cross between the Asian jungle fowl and the Dutch Landrace. It was originally developed in Holland and it’s known for its glossy feathers. The chickens lay up to 200 eggs annually, having a light speckled brown color and a small to medium size.

10. Buff Orpington

Originally from Kent, England, this chicken breed is ideal for backyard growing, because it’s very tame and eager to socialize. The chickens tend to get broody during the summer months, which is why they lay just around 180 eggs each year.

11. Ameraucana

This breed originates in South America, and it was named after the Araucanian Indians in Chile. It’s also known under the name of Araucana. They have an annual production of 170-180 eggs. The egg production rate may not be a significant one, but due to the low cholesterol content in eggs, they are usually sold at a higher price.

12. La Bresse
It is one of the oldest breeds of French chickens, formed by the selection of local chicken populations. It presents three varieties of color: black, white and gray, the most widespread being the white variety. A chicken produces 160-180 eggs per year. The La Bresse is not only a productive laying chicken breed; it also has a very tasty meat.

13. Hamburg

The breed was developed in England by crossing the local breeds of Andalusia, Minorca, Sumatra and Sebright Bantam. The name has nothing to do with the city of Hamburg in Germany. This breed produces an average of 150-170 eggs a year.

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