Poultry hatchery business is a lucrative business you could ever think of investing your resources on. With the rate at which hotels and eateries Centres are been populated in Nigeria today, I think there is need you start up a poultry hatchery business because we can’t do without the consumption of Poultry products.
If you should consider the profit made by poultry farmers, you’ll find out that poultry farmers earn more than a civil servant working to get monthly paycheck because there is high demands on Poultry products.
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Today, I’ll be showing you lot of crucial details on exactly how to start your poultry hatchery business and also make a residual income from it. The business is very profitable and your return on investment is very high as well.
How To Start A Poultry Hatchery Business In Nigeria
On the internet today, there are many articles that will show you how you can make money from farming in Nigeria but non of them has ever identified the need of establishing a Poultry hatchery business which is less expensive to start. With the sum of N50,000, you can start up this business in a standard form after you must have gotten the space which could be a room or an opened hall depending on the size you want you hatchery to be.
Why Do I Need to Start A Poultry Hatchery Business
There are so many reasons you should start this business because poultry hatchery business is less expensive and the return on investment is usually after 21 days when you must have hatched the chicks with the hatcher. The eggs stays up to 21 days in the incubator and after which they are transferred to the hatcher where the chicks will finally be out for sale. You can sell the chicks as a day old, 3 days old or a week old.
When starting up this business, it’s always advisable to have your eggs in batches and you schedule it in a way that you always have available chicks for your clients to purchase.
The things needed to start a poultry hatchery business are as follow
- Hatchery space ( which could be a room)
- Eggs ( quality eggs without cracks )
- Cartons ( For packaging )
- Source of power
Having seen how profitable poultry hatchery business is, I would like you to venture into it if you have up to N50,000 and don’t know how to invest it. Any question or contribution are welcome. Kindly use the comment box below to share your thought.