Sat, Aug 25. 8:00AM - 2:00PM
The Career Hub Adenta (opposite the Bond's Square Gym)
This session will cover:
- funding and financing
- farm management: breeding, ration & feeding, managing pests and diseases, vaccination, housing, farm layouts and labour requirements
- bookkeeping and income projections
- value addition as well as innovations and new technologies
- With live farm demonstrations and current infromation on the poultry sector in Ghana
With 8-10 years of experience in poultry production, innovation and business, facilitators have a lot of information to pass with regards to starting, managing and scaling your poultry business. You will receive the workshop notes as well.
We will have a 15 minute break. Light refreshment will be provided.
Limited number of seats available.
Date: 25th August 2018
Venue: The Career Hub, Adenta (opposite the Bond's Square Gym)
Register to attend by filling out this form: www.agriprohub.com/workshop-form
Early bird Registration: 125ghc (before 15th August, 2018)
Late Registration: 150ghc
Cost covers workshop notes, refreshment and transportation to the farm.
(Payment can be made via MTN Mobile Money: 0245600275. Call to confirm receipt immediately after payment is made)
For more information or enquiries, call/Whatsapp 0202729121
Candidates with viable business propositions can pitch to win GHC1000 in cash and input to either start or scale their business. Visit www.agriprohub.com/the-poultry-challenge for more information.
"On the average, each broiler farm earned a gross profit of GHS 13,535 in 2015" ~Monitoring, Evaluation and Technical Support Services (METSS II), USAID
Poultry still remains the largest source of protein in most African homes. With the growing demand for high quality locally bred poultry and poultry products, local producers do not supply more than a quarter of the local demand. A majority of the poultry in the country is imported.
"Post estimates that Ghana's 2017 broiler meat production will reach 35,000 tons, supplying less than 25 percent of demand. Imports are expected to increase by 14,000 tons to 158,000 tons due to insufficient domestic supply and rising demand. U.S. poultry meat exports to Ghana hold over 35 percent market share."
~2017 Ghana Poultry Report Annual, USDA Foreign Agriculture Service.