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Poultry Farming Project: Costs & Profits – PDF Report 2019 (Layers & Broilers)


So, you need a WINNING report for a poultry farming project?

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Here it is...

We've developed this guide to help you write your own custom report with relative ease.

So, without further ado - let's deep dive.


Firstly, before we get stuck into the detail of this guide - we're going to start by laying down some simple definitions.

We recommend if you are looking at poultry farming project reports for the first time, then read on.

Otherwise, feel free to jump right in!


What is a poultry farming project report?

[Beginner level]

It is a critical strategic-level agricultural business document.

(Bland?...I know - but bear with us...we're just setting the scene.)

A more distinct definition?

Poultry farming project report:

- A comprehensive management outline of the key investment highlights of a proposed commercial poultry farming project.

- a quote by The BIG BOOK Project
Who's responsible for writing these project reports?

Generally speaking, parties seeking investment or approval for funding to implement said poultry project.

What is the ideal structure for a poultry project report?

The concept of a poultry farming project report originates from academic sciences.

The fact that it's agricultural is not really the point at all.

No matter the industry, a project report should still serve the same purpose...

To concisely present the critical project-related information to investors for a confident decision to be made.

Where do start? What should it contain?

No hard and fast rules here.

Instead, what matters is how well the report serves the key messages enclosed to the reader(s).

Key questions to ask yourself before starting the writing process are...

  • who is my audience?
  • what are they looking for?
  • what will make it easy for them to find that in my report?

Don't despise the small detail here.

Answering these questions is a critical success factor for passing the examination of your investors/lenders.

Investors and lenders are gatekeepers to funds.

They are stewards who have been charged with responsibly allocating financial awards.

They are accountable to their authorities and must be able to confidently declare their rationale for every last resource released.

Ok, so what are investors looking for from a poultry project report?

Let's start with the principles...

According to University of Carolina (Department of Mathematics), a technically sound approach would be based on these following principles:

  1. clearly state the problem
  2. explain the methods used
    • ...including significant intermediate results
  3. answer all questions posed in the problem

...a quote from University of Carolina

Point #1 in the list above implies demand.

For every business venture to succeed, there must be demand.

In other words...your proposal must solve a problem.

Is there a genuine gap which your poultry farming project will fill within your marketplace?
How do you know if the demand is genuine or not?

Substantiate your theory with hard research.

Facts and figures.

Why?

Because you want your reader (prospective investor) to be persuaded.

You want to make it easy for them to see the value.

Point #2 of the list above is the meat in the middle of this sandwich.

It's where you demonstrate sound technical understanding (across disciplines) of what it takes to reach your goal.

Just like school exams, students who show their 'workings out' and get extra credit.

Leave nothing to the imagination of a time poor, highly pressured assessor.

Point #3 is the critical hurdle that many favoured candidates trip up at and fail in presenting a project report.

If you don't conclude the report with answering the questions posed in the problem - then the whole exercise is a waste.

Getting your poultry farming enterprise off the ground is dependent upon the acquisition of adequate funding.

For this reason, you'll want go over your final submission with a fine toothed comb to eradicate any errors.

Does it take professional training to write a professional project report?

No.

If takes knowing your project inside out, plus knowing how to successfully pitch your idea.

Professional training will give you a solid baseline and point of reference.

But to get the job done well, you need a far more practical sensibility.

We recommend the following DIY approach:

  • thorough online research,
  • pool a bank of examples...pick them apart - ID why they work,
    • (...and why they don't work)
  • read up on your assessor and take note of what they're used to,
  • produce a checklist for must haves for an optimized template,
  • get drafting,
  • revise multiple times...
  • rinse and repeat until desired result!

What scale of poultry farming project is a report like this suitable for?

We're really asking the wrong question here.

This document is an investment proposal.

If your poultry farming project requires investment, then you need a proposal.

Whether the scale of proposed enterprise is relatively small, or large by your estimation - the principal of winning investment remains constant.

If you are therefore aiming for commercial size poultry farming, then this report is ideal.

This type of report, by nature therefore, is not relevant to starting-up backyard poultry operations.

Is a poultry farming project report always written in order to get a bank loan?

Technically, no.

Although this is the most prevalent reason it's required.

Reports and bank loan assessments tend to go together - and suitably so.

However, there are alternatives to acquiring a bank loan to fund your project:

  • self funded - your own savings or personal debt
  • subsidy/grant - application for governmental allocated funds
  • commercial contract - partnering with a chicken production and processing company

...this is just to name a few.

Which ever way you choose to fund your farm idea, the principal of investment is the same.

Running a poultry business is no guarantee that you'll make profit.

There is always a chance that once you've put money in...

  • you might gain profit (success)
  • you risk losing too (failure)

Where there is the real prospect of risk vs. benefit - the drafting of a detailed report will be customary for the use of all parties around the table.

Let's define the risks involved...

The concept of risk when proposing a commercial poultry farming project can be categorised into three buckets:

  • investment - who puts the money in
  • production - who is responsible to handling the real work
  • marketing - who will take the produce to market

As a prospective poultry farming operator, the decision is yours to choose to absorb the risk, get a grant, or to seek after a commercial contractual partner.

Quick intro to contract chicken farming

Simply speaking, there are two ways to go about setting-up a poultry farming business - organically (independent), or artificially (as an extension of a bigger player):

Here they are (according to this MEAS Evaluation study, entitled: "Integrated Contract Broiler Farming: An Evaluation Case Study in India")...

- a quote by Global Hunger & World Food Security Initiative: Integrated Contract Broiler Farming: An Evaluation Case Study in India
Along the risk spectrum, working with a contracting company lowers the risk for the farmer/operator.

Although, the benefit of payment (to the farmer) is given on the condition of operational performance.

All understood?

Like some further reading on the subject?

Take a look at this article by The National Chicken Council to drill deeper into the technicalities surrounding contract poultry farming.

Anyway, that's enough economics.

Now for some agri-technical talk.

Let's choose poultry product!

A poultry farm has two main modes - layer or broiler.

Producing eggs or chicken (meat) respectively.

They are entirely distinct operations. Each with their own metrics, pro's vs. con's, advantages vs. disadvantages.

Here is a quick round up.

Layer poultry farming

Egg farming is the most common type of poultry farm.

27 top tips for layer farming project reporting!

Typical project related layer farming details and metrics are as follows (...you'll need to have these to hand when providing a basis of estimate in your project report - specialist blogs such as Roy's Farm are excellent for such insights):

  1. Buy layer chicks from 1 day old
  2. Chicks require 2% Calcium supplement for 2 weeks after birth
  3. Monitor weight, if same of decrease, give starter feed for 8 weeks
  4. Serve food 2-3 times per day until at least 18 weeks
  5. Increase feed significantly when they start laying
  6. Serve layer poultry feed (according to weight and age)
  7. Don't decrease feed within laying cycle
  8. Egg laying productivity 18 weeks - 78 weeks old
  9. 1kg of egg for every 2.25kg of food (during laying period)
  10. Each layer requires approximately 4 sq.ft of space in housing
  11. Choose egg aesthetics - size and colour to suit your market
  12. 5% of hens start laying 1st 20 weeks of age
  13. 10% at 21 weeks
  14. Optimal laying output occurs between 26-30 weeks of age
  15. Hens continue growing until 40 weeks old
  16. Weight and size of eggs increase until the hens are 50 weeks of age
  17. 25 layers to 1 feeder or waterer
  18. 110-130 grams of feed per hen, daily
  19. Optimal profitability for layers = 2 years
  20. If in a residential area, be aware of permits & limit scale to avoid disruption
  21. Either sand or wood shavings are appropriate litter materials
  22. A cage system is acceptable for layer hens
  23. Possible to grow layers even in unusual spots like roof tops!
  24. Relatively inexpensive materials such as bamboo can be used to build houses
  25. Local breeds are growing in popularity, but produce fewer eggs than commercial hybrids
  26. To produce chicks, keep a ratio of 10 hens to 1 rooster
  27. At least 16 hours of light for maximum egg production

The facts above just grant some parameters by which to guide your practical planning process.

These are norms which will help you moderate the project estimates accordingly.

Any other layer related tips?

Be sure to take these pointers home with you re: egg production...

  • Choose highly productive layer species
  • Consider which breeds offer the best quality of egg
  • Ensure chicks are healthy when you buy batch
  • Account for bird mortality
  • Never account for 100% production output: variables like, lighting, feed, age, water all play a part
  • Always use high quality feed to ensure best output quality

Broiler poultry farming

Farming chicken for meat, is otherwise known as broiler rearing (farming).

Broiler metrics to guide in calculating accurate estimates

As for broilers, a different set of parameters apply:

  • 1 day old chick has optimal weight of 36-40 grams
  • Always feed good quality food (high protein/calorie)
  • 2.5cm space per chick until 1 week old
  • Feed 4 times per day
  • They eat more in the winter
  • 45 days = rearing period per batch (7 days cleaning period in between)

Keep these figures handy for the financial analyses portion of this exercise...

And without further ado.

Breaking It Down...Laying Out Your Winning Poultry Farming Project Report

[Intermediate - Advanced]

There is a widely acceptable composition, but each assessor will have preference of layout.

In essence, the report is a means of facilitating an investment decision.

It must support the reader in perceiving whether the release of funds or allocation of investment for your poultry farming project is likely to result in a profitable return.

Your report must therefore have the following 10 qualities:

  1. clear
    • ...leave nothing ambiguous, don't give your assessor extra work
  2. legible
    • ...consider: language, vocabulary, jargon, text size, colors, indexing etc.
  3. accurate
    • ...give credence to your assumptions and show your reasoning
  4. concise
    • ...keep it to the point, being brief preserves the patience of your reader
  5. comprehensive
    • ...cover everything necessary to support a confident decision
  6. preferred
    • ...examine previous examples of successful proposals considered by your assessor
  7. up-to-date
    • ...make sure your metrics are representative of the current conditions
  8. reasonable
    • ...avoid outlandish or biased rationale, keep it factual - seek advice
  9. referenced
    • ...declare where you got your information from, eradicate doubt - use quality sources
  10. timely
    • ...make sure you get the document to your assessor before the deadline!

Why are these properties of a successful project report important?

Because they serve the reader.

Consider it much like writing a CV - you tailor the document to the needs of your audience for greatest success.

Let's define your report ingredients...

Taking from the University of Carolina's Department of Mathematics advice as quoted above, we see echoes of the classic scientific laboratory testing procedure:

  • Problem/hypothesis
  • Apparatus
  • Method
  • Results
  • Discussion
  • Conclusion

Let's put this both into practice and context of your poultry farming project...

Illustrating the key ingredients for your poultry farming project report

Problem - "The consumption of eggs/poultry meat in [your market territory here] is on the rise and largely under-served as of [current date]. We therefore, see a viable and profitable opening for a sustainable poultry farming operation within this region etc...."

Apparatus - "The following resources and capital assets is our estimation of what will be required to successfully meet the aforementioned need: [insert a table of all necessary resources] etc..."

Method - "The following is some outline detail as to the scale and mode of poultry farming operation [enter some metrics and parameters here] etc..."

Results - "These are some estimates for the operational and financial output of the project [tables showing estimated output]"

Discussion - "We suggest that our proposed project has inherent assumptions and constraints which are as follows: [tables of assumptions and constraints]"

Conclusion - "In summary we consider our proposal highlights to be as such: [table of cost/benefit highlights]"

This is generally what your report should contain.

Now, for something more precise...take note.

Recommended layout of a technically sound poultry farming project report

To begin with...some prerequisites.

Here they come:

  1. type of farm: layer or broiler.
  2. number of birds: per batch and number of batches.
  3. available space: housing and outdoor.

Once you have satisfied these 3 conditions...

The remainder of your report should fall into place.

Our recommended project report layout for a commercial poultry farming enterprise:

  1. Title Page
    • ...cover page
  2. Index
    • ...table of contents
  3. Author's Credentials
    • ...summary CV
  4. Outline/Backgrounder
    • ...describing and justifying the need of your proposed poultry business
  5. Land and Land Development
    • ...outline of your chosen plot of land for hosting your proposed farm & plans for making it optimal for use
  6. Capacity & Rearing System
    • ...summary of the scale of your proposed poultry farm business and your preferred system for raising the birds
  7. Annual Operational Costs & Overheads
    • ...estimate figures for how much your expect your poultry farm to cost you to run it according to plan
  8. Farm Productivity
    • ...a farm is all about productivity after all! Show what you expect the outputs of your business to be
  9. Capital Cost Projections
    • ...how much capital do you expect your start-up to need for take off? Calculate the relevant costs and put them here
  10. Income Expenses Statement
    • ...gross profit (surplus) is declared here. A comprehensive view of income minus your outgoings - and what should be left over
  11. Net Present Value (NPV) & Benefit Cost Ratio (BCR)
    • ...popular financial decision-making indicators. They inform your professional audience of how 'investment worthy' your proposal is
  12. Assumptions, Constraints and Risks
    • ...moderate your report with sound reasoning for prudence sake.
  13. Appendices
    • ...any and every supporting diagram or resource

- a quote by The BIG BOOK Project
Now, let's systematically open up the points above...

Wireframing the design of your poultry farming project report

We've put together a breakdown of the list above, complete with screenshots of a dummy report...

We hope you find this useful.

Title Page

This is the official covering page of your entire document.

Make your 1st impression count and offer up a solid introduction.

The use of images is not entirely necessary, but...project title, author's name, date, logo [if applicable], quick motto...will be good enough.

This is not the only way to present your cover page,  but we think it covers the main points.

Cover Letter

 

 Index

A table of contents to introduce the detail of your report.

A well written index makes your document scan-able to read.

This is a great quality for producing effectively written business communications.

Assist your readers getting to the stuff they want - quickly.

Less friction = Better results.

Table of Contents

Author's Credentials

A project report is only as good as its author.

It is, by definition, an expression of what you plan to do & how you intend to do it.

A pitch, with detailed figures to back-up your estimations.

It should in many ways speak for itself.

However, consider that its typical purpose is to persuade for a favourable investment decision.

Who (?) the money/resources would go to...

...& how (?) equipped they (...you...) are to derive the results enclosed.

Although the technical feasibility of the report is usually articulated within a supporting business plan, it still pays to say a little about yourself in advance.

 

Outline/Backgrounder

A formal introduction of your proposal.

This is a covering letter essentially.

Use it to apply illustrative narrative to shed light on the following project report detail.

Header

Every well written project report has a solid header.

What is a report header?

It provides headline information which frames the detail below.

Common header info includes: title, author, date, appropriate contact details.

A useful point of reference and foundation for readers.

 

Footer

What if...

...your printed pages become disordered on the busy desk of your reader?

On each page, a simple footer declaring the project ID, author and page reference will suffice as a signpost to guide anyone lost back on track.

Land and Land Development

Geographic location is a critical element to any farm business project.

In this section, showcase your chosen plot complete with relevant pros and cons.

Images help your reader get visual perspective on what you're really talking about.

They provide definition.

The success of your farm will have much dependence upon how well your local market demand will support your business.

As well as demand, the inputs of materials, labourers and suppliers will largely be affected by your geographic location.

Give assurance in this page.

Land and Land Development

Capacity & Rearing System

Provide scope to accompany your vision.

Define the size and farming system which will support your projected successes.

How your farm productivity is geared or engineered, will directly affect the costs, revenues and key timings associated with the running your enterprise.

See the 'capacity and rearing system' section as the 'engine room' of your poultry project report.

High spec engines demand greater levels of fuel, but offer more output in performance.

Lower spec engines cost less to get going, but consequently have a much lower head room of performance.

Capacity And Bird Rearing System

Annual Operational Costs & Overheads

Running costs directly impact profitability.

For the sake of the longevity of your business, keep a keen handle on your costs.

Itemise them...

Use a reasonable basis of estimation...

& don't make omissions or errors...

- in this way keep a level headed view of what your true rewards should be after deducting the direct cost of sale.

Annual Overheads

Farm Productivity

This is the part we've all been waiting for!

...performance and the rewards.

As with every business, your poultry farm is only worthwhile if it makes sales.

Broiler or layer farm types will dictate the primary product.

However, both have some useful 'by-product income streams' too.

Namely, gunny bag sales and manure sales.

Detail your expectations here.

Determined largely by your chosen rearing system and capacity.

Poultry Farm Productivity

Capital Cost Projections

So, exactly how much money do you need to get things going?

A question you'll be eagerly awaiting to receive from your subsidy/loan panel

(...that's assuming this farm vision exceeds your current financial ability).

This is where you will detail all the necessary start-up costs associated with getting your poultry farm in motion.

Capital Projections

 

Income and Expenses Statement

This is the trade-off between income and outgoings.

This statement answers the question..."is your poultry farm commercial viable?"

Every poultry farm which is worth an investor's interest will provide a significant return on investment.

Gross profit or surplus ( = income - expenses) is the figure which will be under the most scrutiny.

Poultry Farm Income & Expenses

Net Present Value & Benefit Cost Ratio

True investment decisions are not binary.

They are founded upon data, as well as:

...detail...insight...understanding...

and much much more.

Ultimately, wise investors know that wealth is difficult to come by. It takes hard graft.

Money has time value.

It is a resource.

It's value is entirely derived by use.

If it is not being used, it loses value (opportunity cost).

If it is used, but is underutilised and produces below par returns - this is considered a loss against more fruitful potential uses (again, opportunity cost).

As a benchmark for comparative yield (gains), an investor might compare the use of funds which might be made available for your project with investing in a...:

  • another business proposal
  • stock/share
  • savings account
  • fixed income financial instrument, like 'government bond'

Each investment opportunity carries a profile for returns. Usually a percentage return on investment is the headline figure.

For example, a savings account might offer a 5% interest rate of return per annum.

On an investment sum of 100,000 this would materialise 5,000 return in year one.

How does this figure compare with the prospective returns detailed within your poultry project report?

With every investment decision, there is the element of competition.

Consider this when assessing the attractiveness of your business proposal.

Net present value and benefit cost ratio are both ways of expressing investment attractiveness.

Poultry farm NPV & BCR

Assumptions, Constraints and Risks

What are the conditions upon which the future potential successes enclosed in your report are dependent?

Give a balanced approach to your business vision here.

This is reassuring ingredient within the body of any project report.

Assumptions & Risks Poultry Farm Project

Appendices

Any detail which would make the understanding of your calculations within sure.

List your supporting facts and figures here.

Appendix

Example Poultry Farming Project Reports

Looking for a sample report to guide you in writing your own project report?

Contact us & we'll send you an email with enclosed PDF sample reports, complete with localised customisation for country, currency e.g. Rupees etc...:

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...we are able to send you one for any capacity or size of farm. Just ask.

Simple fill out the form at this link.

Want a poultry report in a language other than...English?

As yet, at the time of publishing, our staff is limited only to producing communications in English...

HOWEVER...

This website just wouldn't be worthy of the name, The BIG BOOK Project, unless we truly served the needs of our readers...like you.

As such we are currently seeking to recruit the help of volunteer translators!

(Why 'volunteer translators' and not paid staff? We're still working on the most mutually beneficial way of inviting paid translators. More on this later.)

If you are a reader of The BIG BOOK Project website...

And would like to share our business start-up advice with a local audience in another language...

- we'd gladly welcome a contact.

Please feel free to suggest a solution.

Priority languages on our translation wishlist are:

  • Hindi 
  • French
  • Portuguese
  • Arabic
  • Dari
  • Pashto
  • Bengali
  • Gujarati
  • Kannada
  • Malayalam
  • Marathi
  • Punjab
  • Tamil
  • Urdu
  • Telugu
  • Malay

...if you are an able translator in any of these tongues and want to share, please feel free to get in touch.

Are you in need of studying a localised poultry project report?

Your poultry project report needs to be customised to your local marketplace.

This requires local knowledge which will influence pricing, cost, technical detail.

We are currently researching acquisition of local market data from the following locations specifically (in alphabetical order only):

ANGOLA...BANGLADESH...ETHIOPIA...FIJI...GHANA...INDIA...JAMAICA...KENYA...NAMIBIA...NEPAL...NIGERIA...PAKISTAN...PHILIPPINES...SOUTH AFRICA...SRI LANKA...THAILAND...UGANDA...ZAMBIA...ZIMBABWE

Questions & Answers: Poultry Project Report

To get you started building your poultry project report, we thought it might be helpful to put together some frequently asked questions to add some colour to this subject:

  1. "Which is more profitable, broiler or layer poultry farming?"

    • Broiler farming and layer farming are entirely distinct from one another. They have separate income, profit/loss & cash flow profiles too.
    • Depending on the capacity, housing type or rearing system each form of poultry farm can be tailored to provide optimal returns to suit any investment model.
    • There are major economies of scale involved, but note, that greater scale translates into greater investment risk. Mitigation of said risks is key to unlocking successful investment.
  2. "What are the major overheads (expenses) involved in running a poultry farm?"

    • Feed is the majority expense in modern poultry farming.
    • Depending on your chosen breed of either broiler or layer hen (if you are farming for meat or eggs respectively), there will apply a typical feed efficiency or conversion ratio. Simply put, some birds convert feed more efficiently into either meat or egg.
    • Getting the optimal mix of breed and feed efficiency right especially with broiler farming gives great benefit - why? Because chicken meat sold by weight. The more weight gained for less feed intake - the better your profit.
  3. "Where am I able to find reliable techno-economic poultry farming metrics online?"

    • Your local government websites will provide key facts and numbers to use within your plan.
    • Localised data is necessary for a viable report.
    • Also, the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization) website is a useful resource for all such poultry farming statistics
  4. "Where is start-up funding available for such projects?"

    • The main forms of poultry project funding are: savings/personal income, loan, equity investment or subsidy/grant.
    • They all have pros and cons.
    • Essentially, if you fund your own project, you maintain ownership.
    • If you get external assistance, you might take lower personal risk, but you will give away varying degrees of sovereignty (control).
    • Think clearly and carefully before making start-up decision.
  5. "What if I need poultry farming business advice? Where can I go?"

    • Poultry farming experts, like VTU India as well as business consultants are quite easy to find online if you search thoroughly.
    • The issue is getting sound, reliable, local knowledge and from experienced individuals or teams - ready to serve.
    • This is where The BIG BOOK Project comes in...we provide expert tools, resources and affordable consultancy for poultry farming business people across the world. Have a question for us? Feel free to ask.

Free Poultry Project Report Resources: YouTube Videos, Photographs, PDFs...

Our team here at the The BIG BOOK Project are in the process of curating, producing and maintaining the most comprehensive online digital repository of poultry project business materials.

Coupling top quality content creation with effective use of multimedia channels & technologies is one of our principal business aims.

As such, we have launched the following digital poultry farming resources for your viewing & learning pleasure:

  • Poultry School YouTube Videos
  • Instructional PowerPoint Slideshows
  • Design-Related Pinterest Boards (by poultry farming category)

For further information, get in touch.

Need professional advice for writing your own custom poultry farming project report?

Due to popular demand, we have built...

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research for your inputs...

...like model of farm, pricing, types of equipment etc.

Online resources like Quora and blogs such as Roy's Farm are ideal for fact finding when writing your poultry project report.

Conclusion

Writing a poultry project report requires advanced technical discipline - especially in financial planning.

Your approach when writing your report will largely impact its effectiveness.

If acquisition of funding, or attracting an investment partner is your aim, then you'll want to ensure your plan hits the mark, first time round.

Getting professional help can give greater assurances of success.

However, your plan is your vision and needs to be owned by you.

We hope this article helps you get to grips with the fundamentals of getting a bankable report together.

If you want to ask any questions, please feel free to get in touch with one of our business consultants.

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In the meanwhile, feel free to bookmark this article or download it for reading again later.

And finally, we wish you well for your future poultry farming enterprise 🙂

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