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*** Day Old Kuroilers (Improved Kienyeji) @ ksh.100 each ***
*** 3 Months Chicken – Kenbro (Improved Kienyeji) – Cock ***
*** Check Out Our Book On Poultry Care & Management Guide ***
*** Day Old Kenbro – (Improved Kienyeji) @ ksh.100 each ***
*** 3 Months Old Chicken -Kuroiller-Original F1– Hen ***
*** 3 Weeks Old Chicks – Kenbro (Improved Kienyeji) ***
*** Poultry Microbes is an organic solution -1.Boosts immunity of bird. 2.Enhances their feed utilization. 3.Fights aflatoxins in the feeds 4.speeds growth and promotes both meat and egg production. 5.Eliminates ammonia in poultry house.etc

We are Wholesale and Retail dealers in chicks, mature chicken and eggs.

We are proud to present the Kuroilers and Kenbro- (Improved Kienyeji Breed) Eggs, Chicks and Chicken,  These are improved indigenous breeds of chicken, that can be managed to produce eggs or meat.They come with many advantages over the exotic breeds. For example the cost of feed is drastically reduced with these breeds, because they can eat a mixture of locally acquired food staffs as supplement to commercial feeds. The eggs from this breeds of chicken are in high demand and sell for a slightly higher price than those from exotic breeds. With appropriate feeding the breed matures faster than local birds can be farmed free-range like the indigenous Chicken do.

Our Farm is located at Mutitu Ndooa, Kitui County, but we supply to customers in all the 47 counties of Kenya. Our sales personnel are available to answer calls at anytime on the following numbers: 0710-147-596 or on 0725-638-589. Send a short message using the contact form or just send an email.

Please feel free to inquire on any other information that you may need. We have a variety of other products ready for sale, as displayed on our shop page

We cater for different kinds of customers, among these are; Customers who buy mature hens for meat or egg productions. Customers for (day old – up-to months old) chicks – both for farm and domestic purpose. Customers for fertile eggs, that are used to hatch their own chicks. Our farm specializes in a variety of chicken breeds and other products as illustrated below.



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About Our Products

            

1 Day Old Chicks – Kenbro (Improved Kienyeji). These are newly just hatched chicks with one or two days and have just been vaccinated.
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1 Day Old Chicks – Kuroiller – Original F1 – (Improved Kienyeji). These are newly just hatched chicks with one or two days and have just been vaccinated.
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3 Weeks Old Chicks – Kenbro (Improved Kienyeji)
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3 Weeks Old Chicks – Kenbro (Improved Kienyeji)
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3 Months Old Chicks – Kenbro (Improved Kienyeji)
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3 Months Old Chicks – Kuroiller-Original-F- (Improved Kienyeji)
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3 Months Old Chicks – Kenbro (Improved Kienyeji)
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3 Months Old Chicks – Kenbro (Improved Kienyeji)
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Kuroller - (improved kienyeji)

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A Kuroiler Chicken, is a chicken breed with indigenous traits which grows faster and lays more eggs than the local chicken, this chicken breed was first introduced in Uganda. Kuroilers were first successfully introduced in India more than a decade ago. The birds are low-maintenance scavengers that thrive on household and agricultural waste.

How Kuroiler Birds Came to Uganda
The Kuroiler breed originated from Kegg Farms in India and is now available on the Uganda Market. “On July 12, 2010, the first Kuroiler chicks were hatched in Entebbe. On the same day, indigenous chicken were hatched,” says Dr. Daniel Ssemambo, the executive director of National Animal Genetic Resources Centre and Data Bank (NAGRC & DB). NAGRC & DB is an organisation, under the agriculture ministry, that supports the implementation of the national breeding policy. According to Ssemambo, the first move was to find out how the Kuroilers faired against local breeds. “We hatched Kuroilers and local breeds on the same day,” he says. “The two breeds were given to chicken farmers in Kabale, Gulu, Apac, Mayuge and Wakiso districts under a pilot project to assess which variety performed better.The farmers testified that the Kuroilers grew faster, putting on 1kg for hens and 1.5kg for cocks by three months and 3kg and 4kg respectively by six months. Just like the local breeds, the Kuroilers are largely kept under a free range system, where the birds are left to scratch for food with no restrictions and very little or no supplements. “The difference is that while the locals are moderate while scratching for food and may even take a rest, Kuroilers are aggressive and feed continiously. This explains why they put on weight faster than the local breeds,” says Esau Galukande, the NAGRC technical manager, who also took part in the research.

How Kuroiler Birds Came to Kenya.
Joekev Chicks Kenya researched and found that this bird was doing very well in neighboring country and started buying original F1 Kuroiller chicks from Uganda. Now it is a testimony that Kuroiller has done tremendously well in Kenya and many farmers are happy.

A farmer in Makueni county in Kenya who gets her chicks from Joekev Chicks Kenya said the birds grow faster, produce more and bigger eggs. Compared to hybrids, the egg-yolk is even more yellowish, hence more nutritious. The fact that this farmer kept the chicken successfully in a semi-urban environment is a pointer to their big potential.

Advantages of Kuroiler Chicken
Basically it has all the advantages of local chicken but they grower faster and produce more eggs which also have a yellow york. You can put them under a free range or you can build a house for them but their feeding is not as strict as the broilers and layers. The Kuroiler chickens offer a significant improvement in virtually all areas of breeding. While indigenous chickens lay just 30-40 eggs per year, the Kuroilers can easily produce five times that number or around 150-200. Kuroilers also grow to about double the body weight of their native counterparts, providing much more edible meat.Compared to hybrids, the egg-yolk is even more yellowish, hence more nutritious. The fact that this farmer kept the chicken successfully in a semi-urban environment is a pointer to their big potential. Kroiler hens mature between two and four months and weigh between 2 and 3 kilograms. At three months, the hens start laying eggs continuously for two years. A mature Kroiler cock weighs between 4 to five kilograms. Kroiler chicks are more resistant to diseases and can easily be treated by mixing vitamins, feeds and water.Just like the local breeds, the Kuroilers are largely kept under a free range system, where the birds are left to scratch for food with no restrictions and very little or no supplements.The difference is that while the locals are moderate while scratching for food and may even take a rest, Kuroilers are aggressive and feed continuously. This explains why they put on weight faster than the local breeds

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