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Topic: Native Chicken Range Pictures

I raised native chickens back in 2010-2011 at our farm in Cagayan De Oro City. Here are pictures of them, which I hope will give inputs/ideas to anyone who plans to raise chickens.

My Brooder House (copied from Reina Helena Farms Design w/ a few mods)
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011610.jpg
Chicks at the Brooder House
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011620.jpg
Chickens on the Range
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011623.jpg
Result when you cross a Cobb Breed with a Native Breed hehehe
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011628.jpg
Newly Installed Automated Bell Drinker on the Range (height needs adjustment hehe)
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011629.jpg
Eating at the trough feeders (made of split bamboo)
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011632.jpg
Notice I put a guard on top to prevent them from stepping on the feed through
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011634.jpg
Basilan (black chickens) and a cross between a Cobb and a Native (Brown)
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011636.jpg
Feed trough (elevated and with perches so the feeds dont easily get dirty)
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011642.jpg
Feed trough (elevated and with perches so the feeds dont easily get dirty)
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011652.jpg
Native eggs (Collect everyday and load to the incubator when fertile hehehe!)
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011657.jpg
More eggs
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011660.jpg
A Basilan Breed on the Nesting Box
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011663.jpg
My Nesting Box (designed on Sketch-up and made by the carpenter)
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011666.jpg
Basilan (that's what people here in Mindanao call it) Breed Side view (notice the Cobb? hehehe!)
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/25122010058.jpg
Another elevated feeding trough
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/25122010062.jpg
House for shelter during the night
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/25122010066.jpg
Close up view of the Basilan Breed
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/27012011313.jpg

What more did you learn? (^_^)

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ganda naman yan,ako my 20 nalang na native na hen,matagal kasi lumaki kaya balak ko mag shift sa freerange ni doc erwin try kong mas maganda.
ask lang magkano binta mo ng native na chicken dito sa amin P200 ang isa at 1 kg weight.

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Vetimer,

Nice brooder house and nesting boxes.

Tanong lang.. ang brooder house ba ay doon na ang mga sisiw hanggang sa lumaki at kaya ng lumipad? At pag kaya ng lumipad at diretso na sila sa freerange sa karamihan ng mga layers?

Dalawa kasiang chicken houses ko at ang brooding house (naka-enclosed completely) with 2 electric brooders inside ay hiwalay.  Puede kong convert ang maliit na chicken house the same as yours...tataasan ko lang ang paligid na hollow block walls at lagyan ng netting pataas para hindi makapasok ang malalaking ng layers sa freerange.  Pag malaki na ang mga sisiw, ay saka namin tangalin ang netting para makalipad na sila palabas para humalo na sa karamihan.

"The man who asks a question is a fool for a minute, the man who does not ask is a fool for life.”  "It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.”  "The cautious seldom err. "

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3m`s wrote:

ganda naman yan,ako my 20 nalang na native na hen,matagal kasi lumaki kaya balak ko mag shift sa freerange ni doc erwin try kong mas maganda.
ask lang magkano binta mo ng native na chicken dito sa amin P200 ang isa at 1 kg weight.

Yes, matagal talaga lumaki ang native na mga manok natin, talo pa sa feed conversion ratio at meat yield compared to foreign breeds. I wouldn't advise raising them if your range is small and your using commercial feeds alone (talo na tayo sa presyo ng feeds ngayon hehe!). Ang ginawa ko ay pang supplement lang yung commercial feeds sa nutrition nila at para umuwi din sila sa area. (where there is food, there they will stay, and if your area doesn't have them, they'll surely go away). Ang main source of food talaga nila is foraging (insects, grass, worms, etc...). We have 3 small vermi beds, and occasionally (pag hindi occasional, ubos na worms ko hehehe) I feed them with worms from the vermi bed, pag may saging sa farm, pinapakain ko rin sila. Ang benta ng native sa amin ay P150-200. Market preference is 0.9-1.3kg. May isang native restaurant dito, gusto nila ay 2kg up na native (para hindi daw talo sa meat yield).

What more did you learn? (^_^)

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duckduck wrote:

Vetimer,

Nice brooder house and nesting boxes.

Tanong lang.. ang brooder house ba ay doon na ang mga sisiw hanggang sa lumaki at kaya ng lumipad? At pag kaya ng lumipad at diretso na sila sa freerange sa karamihan ng mga layers?

Dalawa kasiang chicken houses ko at ang brooding house (naka-enclosed completely) with 2 electric brooders inside ay hiwalay.  Puede kong convert ang maliit na chicken house the same as yours...tataasan ko lang ang paligid na hollow block walls at lagyan ng netting pataas para hindi makapasok ang malalaking ng layers sa freerange.  Pag malaki na ang mga sisiw, ay saka namin tangalin ang netting para makalipad na sila palabas para humalo na sa karamihan.

Yes, doon na ang mga sisiw sa brooder house hanggang kaya na nilang lumipad, after that, nililipat ko sila sa "Grower Range" at doon pinalalaki until market. Sa brooder house, I followed yung design sa Reina Helena Farms, rice hull lang yung pampa-init sa taas at parang DBS yung flooring, wala ng electric brooders. Naka screen lang yung house to keep away flies, rodents, and snakes. Proud to say wala pa akong mortality doon due to environmental/housing reasons. Doon sa "Grower Range" I do selection of which females or males I'm going to retain and transfer them to the "Breeder/Layer Range". Sa "Breeder/Layer Range" doon yung mga nesting boxes. I collect the eggs and candle them for fertility, Pag fertile, load ko na siya sa small incubator ko (before, natural incubation ako, pag rainy at maputik, nadudumihan yung eggs at bumababa yung hatchability ng eggs ko kaya nag shift ako sa artificial). Pag infertile, ay diretso na sa kusina namin (hehehe!) or pag may extra ay binibenta sa mga customers. Ratio ng males to females sa "Breeder/ Layer" range ko is 1:10.

Sa set-up ko lang, what I've notice is that it takes a few days for the chickens to adjust to the "Growing Range" from the brooder house (separate kasi yung brooder house ko). I think mas magandang set-up yung sa inyo na yung "brooder house" ay nasa loob ng range at may mga "outlets" na binubuksan para lumabas sila...

What more did you learn? (^_^)

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vetimer wrote:

Yes, matagal talaga lumaki ang native na mga manok natin, talo pa sa feed conversion ratio at meat yield compared to foreign breeds.

I raised the F1 Meat type of Doc Erwin, and at 90 days they all reach more than 2 kilos.  But I have to sell them at the same price as White Meat in the market.  Pero talagang malambot ang karne ng F1 Meat Type ko. Dahil sa limited ako sa presyo ng White Meat ay tinigil ko muna ang meat type kahit kumita din ako pero babalikan ko yan pag ok na ang main project ko na baboyang walang amoy.

Meantime, ay  retain ko pa rin ang F1 Layer Type ni Doc Erwin dahil mataas ang egg percentage na nakuha sa mga F1 Layers nia.

"The man who asks a question is a fool for a minute, the man who does not ask is a fool for life.”  "It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.”  "The cautious seldom err. "

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duckduck wrote:
vetimer wrote:

Yes, matagal talaga lumaki ang native na mga manok natin, talo pa sa feed conversion ratio at meat yield compared to foreign breeds.

I raised the F1 Meat type of Doc Erwin, and at 90 days they all reach more than 2 kilos.  But I have to sell them at the same price as White Meat in the market.  Pero talagang malambot ang karne ng F1 Meat Type ko. Dahil sa limited ako sa presyo ng White Meat ay tinigil ko muna ang meat type kahit kumita din ako pero babalikan ko yan pag ok na ang main project ko na baboyang walang amoy.

Meantime, ay  retain ko pa rin ang F1 Layer Type ni Doc Erwin dahil mataas ang egg percentage na nakuha sa mga F1 Layers nia.

Mukhang maganda nga yung mga manok ni Doc Erwin, will try to raise them if I can get back to Cagayan De Oro and stay there for good. Tanong lang sir, kikita ba sa presyo na P4/egg yung eggs ng F1 Layer Type ni Doc Erwin?

What more did you learn? (^_^)

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Vitemer,

Hindi comparable ang layer egg price sa leghorn egg prices.  Kasi may specialty market ang layer egg sa mga specialty stores at health store sa Manila. 

Ang leghorn egg prices sa amin ay P3 small, P4 medium at P5.50 large.  I think Doc Erwin said the price of the layer egg in Manila is P13.00 each. Palagay ko ito ang large size ng layer egg.

Pero dahil sa hindi pa kilala sa probensia ang layer brown eggs ay kelangan pantayan or taasan natin ng konti lang ang presyo ng layer eggs para maging competitive tayo sa start.

Halimbawa sa egg size na P4 medium for white egg, puede natin gawin P4.50 to P5 ang layer egg natin. Or puedeng pantayan sa P4 ang presyo ng layer egg.

Ang tanong mo ay kung kikita pa rin sa presyo na P4/egg.  Remember ang Leghorn white egg ay bomba talaga sa pakain sa enclosed na housing para dumami ang eggs.  Ang layers ay sa free range gumagala at naghahanap ng pagkain and being supplemented by commercial feeds kaya mas menos ang konsomo ng commercial feeds, pero halos pareho din ang production ng eggs compared to White Leghorns.

Kung kumikita ang white leghorn eggs sa P4/egg ay mas kikita ang layer eggs dahil menos ang gastos sa commercial feeds at menos ang gastos sa labor cost dahil nga nasa free range sila.

"The man who asks a question is a fool for a minute, the man who does not ask is a fool for life.”  "It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.”  "The cautious seldom err. "

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duckduck wrote:

Vitemer,

Hindi comparable ang layer egg price sa leghorn egg prices.  Kasi may specialty market ang layer egg sa mga specialty stores at health store sa Manila. 

Ang leghorn egg prices sa amin ay P3 small, P4 medium at P5.50 large.  I think Doc Erwin said the price of the layer egg in Manila is P13.00 each. Palagay ko ito ang large size ng layer egg.

Pero dahil sa hindi pa kilala sa probensia ang layer brown eggs ay kelangan pantayan or taasan natin ng konti lang ang presyo ng layer eggs para maging competitive tayo sa start.

Halimbawa sa egg size na P4 medium for white egg, puede natin gawin P4.50 to P5 ang layer egg natin. Or puedeng pantayan sa P4 ang presyo ng layer egg.

Ang tanong mo ay kung kikita pa rin sa presyo na P4/egg.  Remember ang Leghorn white egg ay bomba talaga sa pakain sa enclosed na housing para dumami ang eggs.  Ang layers ay sa free range gumagala at naghahanap ng pagkain and being supplemented by commercial feeds kaya mas menos ang konsomo ng commercial feeds, pero halos pareho din ang production ng eggs compared to White Leghorns.

Kung kumikita ang white leghorn eggs sa P4/egg ay mas kikita ang layer eggs dahil menos ang gastos sa commercial feeds at menos ang gastos sa labor cost dahil nga nasa free range sila.

Specialty market nga talaga ang Free-range layer eggs. Maka pag feasibility study nga...hehehe!

What more did you learn? (^_^)

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Ito nga pala ang brooding house ko with the 2 electric brooders: Ang mga sisiw ay yong free range meat type ni Doc Erwin.  On the 30th day ay nililipat namin sila sa free range.  Ang flooring ay nilatagan namin ng 2 inches kapal na IPA at dagdag na lang kami ng dagdag ng IPA at spray ng fermented darak juice for maintenance ng IPA DBS area. 

http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j52/tonyjao/Broilersat35days.jpg

Nagagamit din ito sa day old chicks na peking duck ni Doc Erwin. Ad libitum ang pakain kaya kain lang sila ng kain at ang bilis magsilaki.  No mortality.

http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j52/tonyjao/Pekinducklings19daysold.jpg


Ginamit ko rin itong brooding house sa mga itik. Zero mortality rin. Sinasalubong nila ang magpapakain sa kanila:

http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j52/tonyjao/duckchicks2.jpg

"The man who asks a question is a fool for a minute, the man who does not ask is a fool for life.”  "It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.”  "The cautious seldom err. "

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Nice set-up. Mas mabilis talaga lumaki yung manok pag 23 hours yung lighting...

What more did you learn? (^_^)

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kuyang D,
thanks sa info malaking tulong ang advice mo,mgayon alam kona ang setup sa freerange sana maka umpisa na.

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Ito naman ang isa sa apat na layer housings ko sa free range na balak kong e-convert to a brooding house the same style as that of Vitemer para paglaki ng mga sisiw ay sila na ang kusang lilipad palabas sa freerange at humalo sa karamihan. Enclose ko lang ng nylon wire mesh para hindi mapasok ang mga sisiw ng mga layers sa labas or ng mga aso at lagyan namin ng pinto for feeding and maintenance.  Mapapansin na nilatagan ng IPA ang lupa na flooring to control the epot of the chickens.

http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j52/tonyjao/MYLAYERSBACKTHEIRHOUSE.jpg


Ito naman ang pic ng una kong batch ng layers na pinalabas namin sa free range para maghanap ng mga worms sa mga tanim na legumes na pagkain ng mga baboy.  Pag malapit ng dumilim ay nagbabalikan sila sa loob ng free range pag magpapakain na sa loob ng housing nila:

http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j52/tonyjao/LayerPic6.jpg

"The man who asks a question is a fool for a minute, the man who does not ask is a fool for life.”  "It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.”  "The cautious seldom err. "

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3m`s wrote:

kuyang D,
thanks sa info malaking tulong ang advice mo,mgayon alam kona ang setup sa freerange sana maka umpisa na.

Mula day old ang sisiw, kailangan nila ang init lalo na sa gabi or pag maulan at malamig ang panahon. Maraming mamamatay sa lamig at sa dagan pag kolompolan dahil sa lamig.

Kaya napaimportante sa brooding house ang magkaroon ng electric brooder para sa mga sisiw.

Here is the link to the thread on the fabrication of the electric Hoover Brooder.  Just left click on the link:

http://mboard.pcarrd.dost.gov.ph/forum/ … 198#p96198

"The man who asks a question is a fool for a minute, the man who does not ask is a fool for life.”  "It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.”  "The cautious seldom err. "

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kuyang D,
thanks sa info no problem na po sa gamit brooder naka pa gawa napo ako at ang hoover brooder, maraming design dito sa amin nyan kasi common dito sa negros, ang bayan po namin ay isa sa pina ka kilala na game fowl sa pinas,at sanay narin ang tao ko na mag aalaga ng manok native at imported kaya masabi ko na in order na po.

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vetimer wrote:

I raised native chickens back in 2010-2011 at our farm in Cagayan De Oro City. Here are pictures of them, which I hope will give inputs/ideas to anyone who plans to raise chickens.

My Brooder House (copied from Reina Helena Farms Design w/ a few mods)
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011610.jpg
Chicks at the Brooder House
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011620.jpg
Chickens on the Range
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011623.jpg
Result when you cross a Cobb Breed with a Native Breed hehehe
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011628.jpg
Newly Installed Automated Bell Drinker on the Range (height needs adjustment hehe)
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011629.jpg
Eating at the trough feeders (made of split bamboo)
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011632.jpg
Notice I put a guard on top to prevent them from stepping on the feed through
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011634.jpg
Basilan (black chickens) and a cross between a Cobb and a Native (Brown)
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011636.jpg
Feed trough (elevated and with perches so the feeds dont easily get dirty)
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011642.jpg
Feed trough (elevated and with perches so the feeds dont easily get dirty)
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011652.jpg
Native eggs (Collect everyday and load to the incubator when fertile hehehe!)
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011657.jpg
More eggs
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011660.jpg
A Basilan Breed on the Nesting Box
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011663.jpg
My Nesting Box (designed on Sketch-up and made by the carpenter)
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/08052011666.jpg
Basilan (that's what people here in Mindanao call it) Breed Side view (notice the Cobb? hehehe!)
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/25122010058.jpg
Another elevated feeding trough
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/25122010062.jpg
House for shelter during the night
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/25122010066.jpg
Close up view of the Basilan Breed
http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/27012011313.jpg

ayos to ah.. sabi na basilan chickens to e.. para sakin all purpose bird yung pure nito kse kung maganda yung ranging area and supplemented sya ng commercial feeds at the same time with probiotics, ndi ka na lugi dito.. basilan chickens especially yung cocks can reach up to 5kgs and hen at 2.5kgs-3kgs. medyo mabilis din sila lumaki compared sa mga ordinary native chickens natin dito sa luzon.. prolific layers din sila ng large brown eggs.. syempre size ng eggs will depend sa feeds and size ng hen. very hardy sila.. ndi sakitin at patayin.. may mga alaga din ako na ganito na nakuha ko sa mga muslim bros natin.. pede ka ng magkatay at a little over 3 months old or 4 months old kung ayaw mo ng medyo makunat..


sir try mo breed ng super worms, madali din sila ibreed and mas malinis sila compared sa african night crawlers.. malakas sila makataba ng manok..

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Mga Kuyang,
Saan po tayo makabili ng basilan chicken?

For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?

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bai saan mo bininta ang mga native chicken mo.diyan lang ba sa cdo kasi dito hindi masyado mabili ang native may bibili man pero ang mura. location ko misamis occidental. siguro dila diyan sa cdo. salamat

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kenbats wrote:

Mga Kuyang,
Saan po tayo makabili ng basilan chicken?


Marami sa Zamboanga Region. Meron din sa Northern Mindanao, pero not as pure as the ones I've seen over there. The best ones I've seen came from Tawi-tawi and Sulu. Pure adult roosters range from 3kg and up. Sleek and long body yung profile ng breed. I think itong "Basilan" ay yung tinatawag na "Malay Chicken". Parehos kasi yung phenotypic profile, ewan ko lang if parehas din genotypically. If you can't venture to Zamboanga region, sa Ozamis City, meron din, the LGU had a dispersal project for Basilan chicken when my brother was assigned over there. Our muslim brothers are quite fond of raising them and use them for cockfights (one owner was kind enough to show my brother a cock which won him a Pajero sa pustahan). What's unique about their cockfights is that they don't use "tari" or cutting blades. When the cock runs away from battle, he's declared the loser.

Hint: When you buy Basilan over there, owners don't easily part with it. especially the best ones. Kaya dumiskarte ka....(^_^) Price go as low as P150 to as high as P500 / 1 month old Basilans.  (^_^)

http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/Maytanongpokayofinale.jpg (^_^)

What more did you learn? (^_^)

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gohand wrote:

bai saan mo bininta ang mga native chicken mo.diyan lang ba sa cdo kasi dito hindi masyado mabili ang native may bibili man pero ang mura. location ko misamis occidental. siguro dila diyan sa cdo. salamat

Magkano na pricing ninyo dyan? Last I heard it was P190/kg lw. Nasa Mindoro na kasi ako, iniwan ko na mga manok ko sa father ko in CDO. Nagbebenta kami sa mga friends who like naturally raised chickens that are not given antibiotics. Mas maganda market dyan sa inyo kasi prefer ng ikinararami. Sa CDO, specialty market lang cya..


http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h80/7candlesburning/Maytanongpokayofinale.jpg

What more did you learn? (^_^)

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Tongeksky

It's good to know there is someone here who knows the characteristic of this breed. (^_^) Tama po mga sinabi ninyo sir, and those are the reasons why I like this breed. Disease resistant (hindi talaga sakitin kahit pa bago2x panahon) and faster growth rate (compared to other native breeds). Tumpak din kayo sa 3-4 months. yan yung mga pinag uulam namin sa bahay. Na miss ko na tuloy yung tinola, adobo, at halang2x na basilan sa bahay namin doon sa CDO dahil sa post mo....(ahehehe!) Thank you sa suggestion mo na super worms. susubukan ko yan pag maka balik....

What more did you learn? (^_^)

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ang bintahan dito nag lalaro lang sa 120-150 per chicken hindi sila bibili nang per kilo maliban lang kung dadalhin sa merkado.

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gohand wrote:

ang bintahan dito nag lalaro lang sa 120-150 per chicken hindi sila bibili nang per kilo maliban lang kung dadalhin sa merkado.

Kasing mura na pala sa amin noong 2010-2011. Sa computation ko lang ay parang talo na tayo sa presyo dyan....unless malawak na malawak yung range ninyo at hindi kayo masyado gumagamit ng commercial na feeds. Suggest ko nalang na gawin mong specialty market yung mga manok mo. benta ka doon sa mga health conscious who are willing to pay the price of our production cost + profit. May kilala yung brother ko na basilan din yung inaalagan, kaso malawak yung range niya (hint: hacienda), kaya nakakamura. tapos niluluwas niya yung mga basilan niya sa Manila at binibenta ng P300/kg. tama rin naman kasi naturally raised yung mga manok nya. Mas mahal talaga ang production cost kapag naturally raised sa range compared to battery/conventional/intensive/commercial set-up ng mga Cobb, Ross, etc breeds...

What more did you learn? (^_^)

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Up natin ito para ma update tayo ng ating mga Kuyang nag aalaga ng mga Native na chicken dito sa pinas...

http://islandfarm.multiply.com/

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duckduck wrote:

Ito naman ang isa sa apat na layer housings ko sa free range na balak kong e-convert to a brooding house the same style as that of Vitemer para paglaki ng mga sisiw ay sila na ang kusang lilipad palabas sa freerange at humalo sa karamihan. Enclose ko lang ng nylon wire mesh para hindi mapasok ang mga sisiw ng mga layers sa labas or ng mga aso at lagyan namin ng pinto for feeding and maintenance.  Mapapansin na nilatagan ng IPA ang lupa na flooring to control the epot of the chickens.

http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j52/tonyjao/MYLAYERSBACKTHEIRHOUSE.jpg


Ito naman ang pic ng una kong batch ng layers na pinalabas namin sa free range para maghanap ng mga worms sa mga tanim na legumes na pagkain ng mga baboy.  Pag malapit ng dumilim ay nagbabalikan sila sa loob ng free range pag magpapakain na sa loob ng housing nila:

http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j52/tonyjao/LayerPic6.jpg

sir duck,
anu po yung feeding program nio sa mga layers nio?isasabay ko po sya sa quail ko..

Pure perseverance is enough to turn doubts to fruit of success.......

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Kenji,

Cencia na at hindi ko alam.  Ang caretaker ko kasi ang nagbibigay ng patuka sa umaga at sa hapon.  Nasa nagpapakain na ang pagbigay ng tamang volume sa umaga para pagdating ng hapon ay masanay ang mga layers na bumalik sa feeding location.

Usually bibigyan ka ng feeding guide ng binibilhan mo ng layer feeds.  Pero hindi namin sinusunod at parating binabawasan namin ang volume ng bigay dahil nga naghahanap ang mga layers ng sarili nilang pagkain sa paligid.  Pag napapansin ng caretaker na pumapayat ang mga manok ay dinadagdagan nia ang volume ng pakain sa hapon. 

Kaya importante na marunong tumingin ang worker para ma-adjust nia ang pagbigay ng feeds kinahaponan.  Hint: Malalaman kung gutom pa ang mga manok kung hindi mapintog ang mga butse sa hapon kompara sa umaga.  he he he.

"The man who asks a question is a fool for a minute, the man who does not ask is a fool for life.”  "It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.”  "The cautious seldom err. "

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duckduck wrote:

Kenji,

Cencia na at hindi ko alam.  Ang caretaker ko kasi ang nagbibigay ng patuka sa umaga at sa hapon.  Nasa nagpapakain na ang pagbigay ng tamang volume sa umaga para pagdating ng hapon ay masanay ang mga layers na bumalik sa feeding location.

Usually bibigyan ka ng feeding guide ng binibilhan mo ng layer feeds.  Pero hindi namin sinusunod at parating binabawasan namin ang volume ng bigay dahil nga naghahanap ang mga layers ng sarili nilang pagkain sa paligid.  Pag napapansin ng caretaker na pumapayat ang mga manok ay dinadagdagan nia ang volume ng pakain sa hapon. 

Kaya importante na marunong tumingin ang worker para ma-adjust nia ang pagbigay ng feeds kinahaponan.  Hint: Malalaman kung gutom pa ang mga manok kung hindi mapintog ang mga butse sa hapon kompara sa umaga.  he he he.

pero pagdating po sa performance yung laying efficiency nila ok po ba?gusto ko po kasi i-try to...

Pure perseverance is enough to turn doubts to fruit of success.......

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Based on my experience sa mga layer chickens from Doc Erwin, umabot pa ako sa 80% egg production noon sa above method namin.  Sa ngayon ay ganon pa rin based on my matured layers. 

May bago akong batch from what remains of my 100 recent orders that shall be laying eggs in about 2 months from now.  I think they will have the same performance also.  I can not speak for chick layers coming other sources, though, for no experience with them at all.

Besides, I maintain just enough layers for the consumption of the farm.  However, we still have excess eggs that we sell regularly at the grocery store of my son to help in buying layer feeds.

Are you planning big time production?  I have read you are interested in goats, quails, chickens and piggery.  I suggest don't go big time production without sufficient knowledge and experience.

"The man who asks a question is a fool for a minute, the man who does not ask is a fool for life.”  "It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.”  "The cautious seldom err. "

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no sir,nagtatanung lang just in case na maging ok na yung lupa,of course laht nmn po ng yan small operation lng mhirap din magpalki lalo na kung di sapt ang puhunan,kung baga pinag-aaralan lng po learning curve ika nga...

Pure perseverance is enough to turn doubts to fruit of success.......

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Nice pictures of native free-range! Congratulations!

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four years ago kinosbred ko yung Shaver layer cockerel sa native basilan, maganda resulta lumaki yung egg nila kumpara sa pure native egg.  Ang maganda sa resulta ng cross nito ay may abilidad pa rin na maglimlim ang inahin.

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mag ask lng sana po ako, mag kano po bah ang itik na ready to lay d2 sa northern mindanao? at saan po pde mka bili? mas maganda po if malapit sa bukidnon..salamat po.

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HEllo Sir/Maam

I'm from Quezon City and started to raise native chicken in our backyard. actually this is a school requirement but im planning to continue this business. meron na kaming 20 dito and need pa sana namin ng marami.

saan po kayo ako pwdeng bumili ng mura? ang budget po namin ay 150-180 sana. san po kya ng pinakamalapit? or if ever po na ipapadeliver pwde din po. hangang 200 lang po sigro ung budget namin.

thanks po sa tulong, nakakainspire po ung mga pictures nyo and im hoping na magpatuloy at maging ganyan ang business ko

Thanks and Godbless!

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Merun po kami benta free range native chicken, paano po ba mag post ng pictures

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aldrinroisalvador wrote:

HEllo Sir/Maam

I'm from Quezon City and started to raise native chicken in our backyard. actually this is a school requirement but im planning to continue this business. meron na kaming 20 dito and need pa sana namin ng marami.

saan po kayo ako pwdeng bumili ng mura? ang budget po namin ay 150-180 sana. san po kya ng pinakamalapit? or if ever po na ipapadeliver pwde din po. hangang 200 lang po sigro ung budget namin.

thanks po sa tulong, nakakainspire po ung mga pictures nyo and im hoping na magpatuloy at maging ganyan ang business ko

Thanks and Godbless!

Hi. Regarding you query, meron kame stocks ng native chicken sa farm namin sa cavite. We sell them 250 per head minimum of 15 heads at the price. If idi-deliver kasi taga quezon city din kame, pwede ko isabay at least nakatipid ka na sa delivery charge. We demand 50% downpayment - 50% upon pick-up at quezon city. 09228924304. thank you!

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HI!

ilang months na un? budget kasi nmin is 150-200. tanong ko lang, kung ganyan ang budget namin, ilang months kaya ung mga manok na makukuha namin?

this is my number 09234663963/09273763626.

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kumusta sa lahat.
I'm selling chickens: basilan, native, Kabir, Kabir-Crosses, Texas/Rasa (Sweater Hatch).


pm me: jude.lone@gmail.com