POULTRY GROWING BUSINESS

by ERWIN LIZADA
(ILOILO CITY, PHILIPPINES)

DEAR TO ALL,
I am Mr. Erwin B. Lizada of iloilo city Philippines I am planning to put up my personal or joint-venture investment which I believe and I know it will make economical /personal growth of success. I need a firm which can help me to start up my business proposal with full guarantee of investment.To this project proposal as contract grower I need a start up capital around $600,000. include acquiring 10 hectare agricultural land
PROPOSE PROJECT LOCATION: WESTERN VISAYAS, Panay Island (Iloilo) Philippines.
PROPOSE CONTRACTING PARTIES: San Miguel Food Inc. (phil.), VITARICH Corp. ( phil.)
erwinlizada@yahoo.com
+63 9287368631
+63 9089186567


Brief description of project.
Simply put, you rear the chicks. Contracting Parties harvests the flock and markets the chickens.
contract growing is easier to manage than any other poultry or livestock venture. They take care of the feeds, chicks, and technical services. They even take care of marketing. Better still, you need little initial capital because they shoulder the cost of feeds and chicks.
How does it work?
The Contracting Parties provide with everything need to start the business and make it succeed. they provide the day-old-chicks , feed support, vaccines, technical services, and other services.
The contract grower take care of the housing; labor; power, light, and water; equipment; medication; and other miscellaneous expenses.
Once the chickens are grown, you profit by the kilo.the Contracting Parties harvest the flock and sell the chickens.


Management & technical assistance:
Requirements

FARM SITE
Minimum Land Area: 1 Hectare
Location must be:
Within an agricultural zone
At least 1 km away from the nearest residential area
At least 1 km away from the nearest poultry or hog farm and related operation
Within 100km radius from the nearest operated Poultry Processing Plant
Reliable source of electric power
Adequate source of potable water
All-weather road leading to and inside the farm, passable to light vehicle, 6 and 10 wheeler trucks.

POULTRY HOUSE

Minimum Volume: 36,000 bird space
Design specifications: East West orientation

52 ft. width

450 ft. length

Tunnel Ventilated Broiler House


Accomplishment of contract growing application form
Site or farm inspection
approval of proposed site or farm
Submission of letter of intent
Issuance of letter of commitment
Submission of permits
Construction of poultry house
Contract signing
Seminar on basic husbandry
Chick placement

Obligations of Contracting Parties

shall provide:
Building plans, design and specifications
Quality day-old chicks
Broiler feeds and nutrition program
Medicines and vaccines
Technical assistance
Laboratory services
Information recording materials
Ready market
Competitive payment agreement
handles the marketing of your finished products. So you never have to worry about fluctuations in prices, or competing with other products, or where and how to sell . We take care of all that and, in the process, save you marketing-related expenses.

The contract grower shall provide:
Agricultural land (1-2 hectares)
Poultry houses and facilities
Feeds warehouse
Electricity and water system
Labor and security
Poultry equipment
Maintenance of farm facilities, roads and equipment
Proper farm management


Cost Estimates (Ground Up)



52 feet X 450 feet
Fully Automated

Per Unit Cost (in Philippine Pesos) ( 36,000 chicken/broiler spaces )
BROILER HOUSE
335.00
1. Civil Works 160.00
2. CCS Equipment 120.00
3. 5% Installation 6.00
4. Electrical Installation 15.00
5. Plastic Slats 34.00
DEEP WELL
10.00
BACK-UP GEN-SET w/ ATS
20.00
CONTINGENCY ( 5% )
17.00
TOTAL
Php 382.00


Operating Expenses

Cost per Bird

Cost per Bird
1. LPG P 1.00
2. Antibiotics P 1.00
3. Labor P 1.00
4. Food expenses P 0.50
5. Electricity P 2.50
6. Cleaning, repair and maintenance P 0.50
Total P 6.50



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How much it will cost to build a 36000 bird capacity broilers house fully ventillated?

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