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  • in reply to: chickens for consumption and reselling start up #68435
    ghia
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    beast & aardeng

    thank you for the inputs! :)

    any technique on how to humanely end chickens for their meat

    keep posting :)

    in reply to: chickens for consumption and reselling start up #68412
    ghia
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    thanks for the input Aardeng.

    :)

    keep posting

    in reply to: chickens for consumption and reselling start up #68175
    ghia
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    hi beast ,

    your math is even simpler.i like it as well.

    3 chickens to supply 2 eggs the whole year :)

    what characteristics should i watch for the best brooder,layer?

    thanks for the inputs everyone,keep posting.

    in reply to: chickens for consumption and reselling start up #68169
    ghia
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    hi wretha (& everyone)

    Depends on how many are in your household who will be eating the eggs and/or chicken

    sorry I forgot to mention,It would be around 1 – 2 persons only.

    we have neighbors who buy up a dozen or more laying hens, then end up with more eggs than they can deal with

    thats exactly what Im trying to avoid. :)

    if I were going to get chickens for eggs

    how about for meat consumption?

    Do you have customers yet? Those who want to buy eggs from you?

    none of the above. :) most probably I’ll be selling under the table.

    Are you planning on having roosters to propagate your flock or will you buy more chickens as time goes by?

    ..planning to propagate the flock from the initial 6 chickens.. any tips regarding this?

    other facts : I live  on a rainy & dry tropical weather.

    summary:

    6 is the magic number for start up (egg,meat,propagation)

    thanks wretha :)

     

    in reply to: LandBuddy #68170
    ghia
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    how long does it normally take for the landbuddy post/s to be approved?

    will we recieve denial / reason on why it was rejected?

    tnx off grid :)

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