You are on page 1of 6

BROILER FARMING PROJECT REPORT (1000 BIRDS) FOR

BANK LOAN
The broiler chicken production of our country is growing at the rate of nearly 8-10%
every yea. The consumption of chicken meat has increased significantly during past
two decades. Government is promoting this industry by providing subsidy.
Considering the vast potential of this industry in employment generation we have
included many poultry project reports in this site. We shall include many more project
reports in coming months as per demand by our visitors. We request our visitors to
inform us about their requirement by filling our web mail contact us form. Before
starting a Hybrid Broiler farm the entrepreneurs/ farmers are advised to under
go training on poultry farming. They can contact Local Animal Husbandry
Department

staffs/Veterinary

College/agriculture

University

etc.

for

the

purpose. They should also visit progressive broiler farmers and government/
agricultural university poultry farm in the locality. They must check the following
points before starting a Broiler farm.
1.

Availability of hybrid broiler chicks in local market

2.

Nearness of the Farm to Veterinary Hospital, Animal disease


diagnostic laboratory

3.

Marketing facility of Broiler in local market

4.

Availability of broiler feed & medicine in their locality.

PROJECT REPORT FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF 1000 COMMERCIAL BROILERS


PER CYCLE IN DEEP LITTER HOUSING (ALL IN ALL OUT SYSTEM)
(Back ended capital subsidy is available for this project subject to a ceiling of
Rs 56,000/- for a unit of 1000 birds ( Rs 74,600/- for SC/ST farmers and NE
States including Sikkim). Subsidy shall be restricted on a prorata basis
depending on the unit size, subject to a ceiling of Rs 2.80 lakh ( Rs 3.73lakh for
SC / ST farmers and NE States including Sikkim ) for details visit
our Subsidy(PVCF) page of our site.)

This project report has been worked out subject to the following conditions:
1.

Hybrid Broiler Chicks will be purchased from commercial hatcheries for every
batch.

2.

Sale price of finisher birds will change in accordance with change in


purchase price of feed & chick.

3.

Bio-security measures must be strictly adopted.

4.

The farm must be managed by the entrepreneur on scientific lines.

Deep Litter Housing for broiler chicken


Floor One square feet floor space per bird is required for broiler chicken.
The floor of the poultry house should be concrete cemented, strong &
rodent proof ,and have slope towards door. Plinth should be 2ft. higher
than ground.
Walls-lengthwise wall may be only one foot high, brick wall on sides, 4ft
wire netting above brick wall should be supported with angle iron. End
wall of poultry house should be made of bricks. Maximum breadth of
poultry house should be 27 feet. There should be partition in every 500
square feet.
Roof Roof of the poultry house may be of asbestos or tile. It should 12-ft.
high at the center and 6-8ft. high on the side wall with 3ft extension of
roof beyond wall to prevent rain water from entering poultry house.

TECHNO-ECONOMIC NORMS
Sl.no

PARAMETERS

VALUE

Batch size

1000+5% extra

Batch interval

52 days (45 days rearing +7days

Mortality of birds

cleaning period)
5%

Cycle size

1000

Cost of day old chick

Rs.15

Cost of kg of feed

Rs.18.00

Cost of equipments ( waterersRs.10/bird


feeders etc.)

Cost of insurance medicineRs.3/bird/year

vaccine etc.
No

10

introduced first year


No of batches /year(sold)

11

No of batch introduced 2-57

12

years
No of batch sold 2-6 years

13

Cost of kg of live broiler

Rs.50

14

Average wt. of bird at the1.8kg

15

time of sale
Feed requirement to attain3kg

16

1.8kg body weight


Rearing period

45 days

17

Cleaning period

One week

of batches/year6
6

18

Interest rate

12%/year

19

Repayment period

6 years

ECONOMICS OF BROILER FARMING TO PRODUCE 1000 BROILERS


PER CYCLE
Sl no

Capital cost

(Amount in

1.

Rs.)
Construction of Brooder cum grower house one 400000

2.

sq.ft/bird for 10000 birds @Rs.200/sq.ft


Equipments for 1000 birds @Rs.15/bird

15000

3.

Electrification & electrical installation

15000

4.

Feed store

20000

100sq.ft@200/sq.ft
TOTAL CAPITAL COST

250000

1.

Working Capital
Cost of chicks 1030 @ RS.15/chick (5% extra for 15450
mortality 2% free fro hatchery )

2.

Cost of concentrate feed@3kg/bird for10,00

54000

birds @18/kg for first bath

3.

Misc, expenditure i.e. electricity vaccine

3000

medicine insurance etc. including veterinary aid


4.

@Rs,3/bird/batch
Total working capital

72450

5.

Total project cost

522450

6.

Say522450

7.

Margin money 15% of project cost

78368

8.

Bank loan

444082

Sl.no CASH FLOW

Project period (year)


Amount in Rs.

Cost of day old chicks

ii

iii

iv

vi

92700

108150 108150 108150 108150 108150

/year@15/bird

Cost of feed for birds

324000 378000

378000

378000

378000

378000

18000

21000

21000

21000

21000

@3kg/bird Rs.18/kg

Misc, expenditure i.e.


electricity vaccine
medicine insurance etc.
including veterinary aid
@Rs3/bird /batch

Total expenditure

21000

434700 507150 507150 507150 507150 507150

INCOME
a)Sale of broiler @

540000 630000 630000

630000 630000 630000

Rs.50/kg)
b)Sale of manure

3000

3500

3500

3500

3500

3500

c)Sale of gunny bags

2900

3100

3100

3100

3100

3100

Rs.90/bird (1.8 kg @

d)Depreciation on shed and

88000

building etc@10%year
e)Depreciation on

3000

equipments @15%/year
Total
g)Gross profit

YEAR

Capital

450000

Costs

545900 636600

636600 636600 636600 727600

111200 129450

129450 129450 129450 220450

Recurring 434700 507150 507150 507150

507150 507150

Costs
Total

884700 507150 507150 507150

507150 507150

Costs
Benefit

545900 636600 636600 636600

636600 727600

- 129450 129450 129450

129450 220450

Net
Benefit

338800