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This layer farming project report template is uniquely developed by our in-house consultants.
The format, however, is widely recognised by international commercial markets and professionals.
Appearance of your layer farming project report
- Custom branding:
- ...insert your branding into your layer project report
- Covering letter:
- ...write a personal address to your audience
- Hyperlinked contact details:
- ...enable your readers to respond to you directly within just a click of an HTML link
Preparing adequate land details for your layer farming project report
Land & development plan:
- ...declare your land set-up succinctly with map and other visual aid, alongside narrative of your plans for setting up the site for optimal layer farming operations
Flock capacity for your layer farming project report
Capacity & rearing system:
- ...capacity of your layer farm directly impacts your egg production, it all stems from how many birds you have available and their ability to lay good quality eggs
- ...your approach for poultry housing system, ie. caged, deep litter or pastured poultry will dictate the type of housing constructed and the size
- ...minimum floor space requirements are to be determined in advance to ensure you meet approved standards for layer farming accommodation
- ...feeder and drinker equipment is to be provided and their layout/arrangement is to be appropriate for the corresponding number of birds
- ...if you do adopt a cage system, then the recommended distribution of birds throughout cages will also impact the cost of equipment sold
- ...storage for eggs laid, spare equipment, feed bags, handling equipment and cleaning supplies should be accounted for in your layer farming project report
- ...other general equipment like: grit boxes, lamps, egg trays etc. all need their addition within your project reporting
- ...batch interval planning is a key aspect of production planning - i.e. "How often does your rearing system require that you receive new batches of day old chicks to maintain planned egg production levels?"
Operation farm costs for your layer farming project report
Day old chicks:
- ...select the breed of layer chicken you will adopt for your layer poultry farm -
- ...examine the profile of each potential layer chicken, especially for average egg production to assess profitability
- ...decide on a number of chicks to have within each each batch for topping up your total flock numbers
- ...expected bird mortality figures will enable you to appropriately adjust your overall flock population estimate and also therefore production
- ...cost per chick and per batch minus any discounts etc. is a periodic and fairly predictable cost of sale
- ...spent layer hen batches are sold for discount meat at market at the end of 72 weeks typically
Layer poultry feed:
- ...cost of layer mash or crumble per bag of set weight is included within your project report here
- ...the estimated cost of feed per batch is also declared here
- ....remembering the relative weighting of the layer feed costs sits at 70% of total operations cost it's important to get these particular sums right
- ...overheads for running your layer farm such as electricity costs, water services, transport, insurance, vet costs etc. are detailed here
Capital costs projections for your layer farming project report
- ...these are itemised costs of capital equipment required for the purpose of being functional as a layer farm
Year 1 running costs:
- ...1st year operational costs will need to be calculated and included here - remembering that your first egg won't be sold for at least 20 weeks from the arrival of your 1st batch
- ...determine the total capital expense for getting your layer farm started
- ...margin money is your personal contribution to the project out of your own project
- ...loan amount required is simply, total capital required minus personal contribution
6-year production and your layer farming project report
6-year egg production:
- ...estimate your average number of eggs per day
- ...extrapolate number of eggs produced per batch over 72 weeks, this represents optimal output of production
- ...price per egg gives you a unit price by which optimal sales revenue per batch of layer chicken is calculated
- ...calculate the number of laying weeks per annum as a marker of egg production
6-year spent hen production:
- ...draw the line as to how long your intend to hold egg laying birds and thus set your interval for culling spent hens
- ...estimate how much you will gain on price per spent hen
- ...overall spent hens
6-year manure hen production:
- ...your hens are expected to output a certain rate of manure which is to be produced daily
- ...estimate how much manure you could gather per annum, how much it could be sold for to crop growers and therefore how much you could gained in sales per annum
Income statement for layer farming project report
Layer farming income:
- ...a combination of the various income streams following production per year is totalled here...
Laying farming expenses:
- ...expenses associated with your layer farming operation are grouped together here
- ...the overall net figure of your income vs. expenses
- ...if there is surplus revenue remaining, this is known as gross profit
Benefit Cost Ratio & Net Present Value for your layer farming project report
Benefit cost ratio:
- ...a measurement for assessing the potential return on investment of a layer farming project - taking into account income vs. expenses as well as the capital start-up requirement.
Net present value:
- ...ever thought about how the ROI prospects your layer farming project will compare to an equivalent investment opportunity, like a bond or savings account for example.
Assumptions for your laying farming project report
- ...every project report carries some assumptions within the body of it's calculations etc.
- ...it's worth laying out your assumptions here to guide your readers to making well informed decisions
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