poultry farming Broiler farming crash course

Broiler farm management profit extra income

3.95 (32 reviews)
poultry farming Broiler farming crash course
4 hours
Oct 2022
last update
regular price

What you will learn

chick management day old chick quality -chick arrival -environmental control

provision of feed and water supply of nutrient-feeding program -drinking system -feeding system

health disease surveillance disease investigation - disease recognition biosecurity-vaccination

housing and environment ventilation system lighting programs


Poultry sciences

study the genetics, embryology

physiology of the bird, nutrition

diseases, poultry

poultry products

economics and business.

This knowledge may be applied to the management of flocks

I Try to give a simple over view

of these sciences and it is application

I tried to unveil the mystery of poultry industry in series of courses

before start poultry farming

Ask yourself 3 question before thinking of start poultry farming

what is my purpose of raising chicken

what are my resources

where I will locate my project

Site selection where location

farm layout the construction

simple business plan

how to begin

From where we get the one day old chick

simple idea about broiler breeders

simple idea about hatchery

Day old chick quality

receiving chicks

preparing house for receiving chicks

adjusting temperatures

adjusting ventilation

Feeding and nutrition

poultry digestive system

nutrient requirements

feeding programs for broiler

lighting programs

keeping the flock healthy

cleaning and disinfection





in open houses

system in closed houses

Economic of broiler farming

cost of broiler farm


caching for slaughter

Prior to placement, commercial broiler farms should be prepared to receive new chicks. If litter has been recycled, it may be turned, treated, and/or otherwise managed to reduce ammonia, pathogen ,and insect load. Houses will be heated to provide adequate temperature for the chicks and feed and water lines may be primed so that they are at room temperature prior to placement. Temperature maybe uniform within houses or a temperature gradient may be provided to allow chicks to better

adjust their individual temperatures. If a temperature gradient is provided, feeders and waterers should be placed so that birds can adjust their temperature and still have easily access to feed and water. In general, chicks are placed at a ground temperature of approximately 90-95°F (32.2-35°C) and temperature is decreased as the birds age at approximately 5°F (2.8°C)/week until the temperature is around 70°F (21°C). However, this greatly varies based on the management system and breed of bird so temperature should be adjusted based on flock behavior . Many commercial broiler houses have some or extensive environmental control and the ability to implement standard program flock profiles for temperature and ventilation. Chickens in these environments Temperature & ventilation Uniformity of ventilation is ideal to improve flock performance. Poor ventilation may pro-mote excessive litter moisture and increase the exposure of the chickens to enteric pathogens. Poor ventilation may cause excessive ammonia levels, which could be detrimental to the health and welfare of animals and employees  Excessive ammonia at the level of the chicks may be less detectable to a standing human and high levels can cause health problems such as corneal ulceration, conjunctivitis, and inflammation/deciliation of the trachea thereby predisposing birds to respiratory pathogens. Broiler processing Based on market needs, broilers will be processed at a target weight or age determined by the individual company. Loading chickens into transport vehicles to move to processing may be done at night or early morning to decrease physical and heat stress during loading. At the processing plant, misting or fans may help keep birds cool and reduce mortality while birds are waiting to be processed. In colder regions, heating systems may be needed. Handling of birds at processing, including unloading and shackling, should be done in a way to minimize trauma to the birds, which would not only be a welfare concern but would lead to increased condemnations. Birds should be rendered unconscious and/or euthanizedin a manner that does not cause undue stress, increase condemnations, or adversely affect food safety.



course introduction
introduction 1
flock genetic selection
some pure breeds

chick management

Day old chick
Broiler production is integrated process
Broiler breeders
Broiler hatchary
receiving chicks
preparing house receiving chicks
adjust temperature relative humidity
monitor chick behaviour
crop fill test
receiving chicks adjust temperature
factors affecting chick quality
measuring chick vent temperature
brooding managment

provision of feeding and water supply

feed and water
feeding system
water as anutrient
water consumption
water quality intro
water quality
Drinking system
feed program
feeding watering automatic system
adjustfeed water system

lighting program


litter management

litter management

simple anatomy

digestive system
digestive system of chicken
respiratory system

health and disease surveilace

Disease prevention
cleaning procedures
cleaning water system
cleaning feeding system
clean inning disinfection procedures practical
Biosecurity procedures

monitor health status and normal behaviour

healthy normal birds appearance

housing and environment ventilation system lighting programs

layout of broiler farm
broiler layout simple diagram
Air contaminant
ventilation open houses
poultry housing general considerations
ventilation in closed system
ventilation types
minimium ventilation
negative pressure
evaporative cooling
cooling system filter papers
tunnel ventilation

poultry equipment

poultry equipement

economic of broiler farming

economic trait of broiler farming
cost and estimate for establishing broiler farm

pre- processing management



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October 23, 2022
This is hopeless. No proper english and no clear audio used.. This is so low quality school kids ppt presentation. So amateur work not at all professional. Worst...
September 7, 2022
What came first, the chicken or the egg? The answer to this age-old question is more complicated than you might think! Those cute fluffy chicks that arrive on the broiler farm have to come from somewhere, and the answer is the hatchery. But where does the hatchery get the eggs needed to hatch a chick? That’s where broiler breeder farms come in. We could go on and on, back through the breeding program of broiler chickens, but let’s keep it simple and begin with the parents of broiler chickens.


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