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COMERCIAL BROILER SUPPLY CONTRACT by OLATUNDE2017: 7:41pm On Jun 02, 2018
OLUWAJOMILOJU FARMS LTD

LIVE AND PROCESSED FRESH 9JA BREED BROILER PRODUCTION AND SUPPLY


A broiler domestic is any chicken that is breed and raised specifically for meat production.

Many typical broilers have white feathers and yellowish skin.

Most commercial broilers reach slaughter-weight between four and six weeks of age, although slower growing breeds reach slaughter-weight at approximately 14 weeks of age.

Because the meat broilers are this young at slaughter (roughly 500g), their behaviour and physiology are that of an immature bird. Due to extensive breeding selection for rapid early growth and the husbandry used to sustain this, broilers are susceptible to several welfare concerns, particularly skeletal malformation and dysfunction, skin and eye lesions, and congestive heart conditions. Management of ventilation, housing, stocking density and in-house procedures must be evaluated regularly to support good welfare of the flock. The breeding stock (broiler-breeders) grow to maturity and beyond but also have welfare issues related to the frustration of a high feeding motivation and beak trimming.

Broilers are usually grown as mixed-sex flocks in large sheds under intensive conditions. Broiler production in Nigeria is a very popular livestock business in Nigeria. As a part of poultry farming, a lot of people are into broiler farming in Nigeria.

Our home grown broiler chicken are free from chemicals used to preserve chickens from overseas,they are preserved with our cold room after been slaughtered.
NO FAT.
NO PRESERVATIVES.
NO CHEMICALS.
NO IMPORTED FROM COTOUNU OR OVERSEAS BUT HOME GROWN.
MATURED BIRDS.
GOOD BREAST MEAT.
DELICIOUS.

So if you have an interest in this business and need a guide or help on how to start it up either raising live birds and supply or buying and selling of our fresh 9ja breed processed chicken you are in the right place and this is a perfect guide is for you.

With our professional and technical support you are good to start which of the branches you find passionate.
Our company is an integrated Agro allied company who as a group of professionals farmers involved in all agribusiness development,training,sales and support services across Nigeria.
Part of ours and objectives is to create a good market value chain bridging the gap between producers and sellers of all agricultural produce in Nigeria.

Presently our company as an MOU with a chicken company to market and sell there home grown and processed broiler chicken to the Nigerian corporate bodies,hotels,banks,clubs,
Fast food/eateries,grocery stores,local frozen food sellers and all the consumers of broiler chicken in Nigeria.

This opportunity is open to both young and old, male and female in the society who are looking to do agribusiness. We will also be glad to give proffesional advice to individuals who want to go into supply of either live broiler chicken or frozen processsed chicken.

All required is just a good freezer to store the broiler chicken,a good cooler to transport it to buyers and then a good market survey to get buyers for the chicken.

E.G an average mallam who roast broiler chicken on the road side of Lagos buys at 1000 naira per kg and sell at 1300 naira to 2500 naira depending on the size to final consumers and they buy minimum of 400 to 500 kg per week. Then we supply you for 900 or 950 per kg, you are sure to make minimum 100naira per kg multiply by 500kg which equals 50,000 naira profit for supplying just one mallam, now imagine if you can supply more mallams or more chicken spots in your area you will find out you have just been self employed and making more money than salary earners. You can also supply other hotels,banks,clubs,Fast food/eateries,grocery stores,local frozen food sellers and all the consumers of broiler chicken in Nigeria you make more money and stand the chance to expand for more return.

This are our various products prices;
FARM FRESH PROCESSED CHICKEN (WHOLE SALE PRICES IS 900/KG FROM 100KG)
(WHILE RETAILING PRICES ARE 950/KG BELOW 100KG)
1.0 kg Full Chicken:
1.1kg Full Chicken:
1.2kg Full Chicken:
1.3kg Full Chicken:
1.4kg Full Chicken:
1.5kg Full Chicken:
1.6kg Full Chicken:
1.7kg Full Chicken:
1.8kg Full Chicken:
1.9kg Full Chicken:
1kg Chicken Gizzards: 1150/kg
1kg Chicken Hearts: 300/kg
1kg Chicken Livers: 250/kg
1kg Chicken Necks: 450/kg
1kg Chicken Heads & Legs: 300/kg

Give us a call today at ;
OLUWAJOMILOJU FARMS LTD.
49, ADEDOSUN STREET AGEGE LAGOS.
5,OLUYOLE INDUSTRIAL ESTATE,BESIDE GAS LAND/OBASANJO HATCHERY IBADAN.
08020917141 or 07032362217.
We will be more than willing to do business with you.





We also have an MOU/CONTRACT with local farmers who are into commercial broiler production and supply. Over the years with found out that most local farmers who are into broiler production have marketing challenge and also most of the farmers do not raise the birds to market standards and the prices are above major market prices and this makes it hard for them to make good returns and they are frustrated when they are about to sell or give up too soon.
Whereas major players in the broiler production chain are carting away all the money E.G ZARTECH,VALENTINE CHICKEN,GLOBUS,NATUNDO,SHONGAI FARM all this major sellers of processed chicken have there ways around it and sell at a uniform prices and make profits because they were able to research into the business and minimise cost of production to the bearest minimum which is one of the factors affecting our local farmers in Nigeria.
We as an integrated Agro allied company took our time to research into all this factor and we were able to analysis those challenges and ready to help local farmers tackle this challenges by providing a comprehensive training on HOW TO RAISE GOOD COMMERCIAL BROILER AND ALSO HOW TO ACHIVE MINIMUN OF 2KG AND MAXIMUM OF 3KG IN 35 DAYS and sell at minimum of 500/kg and 600/kg and make good returns.
Currently we have an MOU with KARMA AGRIC FEED manager Dr shashikant who is an animal nutritionist for 30 years and as group of professionals ready to train any farmer who is ready to supply us there broilers and also give them FREE consultant service until they are able to understand and stand alone productively,effectively and efficiently and make good returns.
We also set-up a cooperative in ibadan for farmers to access the CBN anchor borrowers fund to also raise and supply us chicken.
So if you are a local farmer into broiler production or an aspiring farmer who want to go into poultry business why not give us a call today for a comprehensive business plan ,business contract and many more, we will be more than willing to be of help.

OLUWAJOMILOJU FARMS LTD.
49, ADEDOSUN STREET AGEGE LAGOS.
5,OLUYOLE INDUSTRIAL ESTATE,BESIDE GAS LAND/OBASANJO HATCHERY IBADAN.
08020917141 or 07032362217.
We will be more than willing to do business with you.
Re: COMERCIAL BROILER SUPPLY CONTRACT by OLATUNDE2017: 2:59pm On Jun 03, 2018
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Re: COMERCIAL BROILER SUPPLY CONTRACT by OLATUNDE2017: 7:11am On Jun 08, 2018
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