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Poultry Broiler Farming
1. Introduction
Poultry meat is an important source of high quality proteins, minerals and vitam...
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Central/ State governments and poultry corporations is being given to create infrastructure facilities so
that new entre...
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he/she is insulated from the market price fluctuations. However, the farmer may be at a disadvantage
if the number of ba...
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k. Flock Projection chart
l. Marketing (marketing of broiler/ meat and other products /by-products – place of marketing,...
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7. Sanction of Bank loan and its disbursement
After ensuring technical feasibility and financial viability, the project ...
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A. Project Cost
Capital Cost
Construction of shed (10000 SQ.FT @ Rs.150/sft) including electrification 1575000
Feed room...
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Years 1 2 to 8
No. of batches 7 7
Rearing weeks 40 42
Batches sold 6 7
D. Income and Expenditure Statement
Years 1 2 to ...
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Year Loan Gross surplus Interest Principal Total
repayment
Surplus Balance
outstanding
at the end of
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Nabard Broiler Farming Project

Poultry meat is an important source of high quality proteins, minerals and vitamins to balance the human diet. Specially developed varieties of chicken (broilers) are now available with the traits of quick growth and high feed conversion efficiency. Depending on the farm size, broiler farming can be a main source of family income or can provide subsidiary income and gainful employment to farmers throughout the year. Poultry manure is of high fertilizer value which can be used for increasing yield of all crops.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. 1 Poultry Broiler Farming 1. Introduction Poultry meat is an important source of high quality proteins, minerals and vitamins to balance the human diet. Specially developed varieties of chicken (broilers) are now available with the traits of quick growth and high feed conversion efficiency. Depending on the farm size, broiler farming can be a main source of family income or can provide subsidiary income and gainful employment to farmers throughout the year. Poultry manure is of high fertilizer value which can be used for increasing yield of all crops. The advantages of broiler farming are a) Initial investment is lower than layer farming b) Rearing period is 5-6 weeks only c) More number of flocks can be taken in the same shed d) Broilers have high feed conversion efficiency i.e. the amount of feed required for unit body weight gain is lower in comparison to other livestock e) Faster return from the investment f) Demand for poultry meat is more compared to sheep/goat meat 2. Scope for broiler farming and its national importance India has made tremendous progress in broiler production during the last three decades and the broiler population in the country during 2011-12 stood at 2300 million. Today India is the fifth largest producer of broiler meat in the world with an annual production of 2.47 million MT. Despite this achievement, the per capita availability of poultry meat in India is only 2.96 kg which is way below the ICMR recommendation of 11 kg meat per capita per annum. The growth of the poultry sector is mainly attributed to the interventions of the corporate sector with an enabling policy environment provided by the Government of India / State Governments from time to time. The activity provides huge employment opportunities for the rural poor either under Backyard poultry production system or under small scale commercial broiler farming units. Over 5 million people are engaged in the poultry sector either directly or indirectly. Owing to the considerable growth in broiler industry, high quality chicks, equipment, vaccines and medicines, technically and professionally competent guidance are available to the farmers. The management practices have improved and disease and mortality incidences are reduced to a great extent. Many institutions are providing training to entrepreneurs. Increasing assistance from the
  • 2. 2 Central/ State governments and poultry corporations is being given to create infrastructure facilities so that new entrepreneurs are attracted to take up this business. Broiler farming has been given considerable importance in the national policy and has a good scope for further development in the years to come. 3. Integration in Broiler Farming There is a growing trend of integration in broiler farming. In the early nineties, contract farming for broilers was introduced and in 1995 it spread all over Tamil Nadu. Between 1995 and 2000, it spread to Karnataka. It gathered momentum and spread its wings to Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh in the years 2001 & 2002 and after that, it gained inroads into West Bengal and Gujarat. The spread is due to in built strengths in integration system. Integrators takes care of all aspects of production, right from raising of grandparent and parent flocks, production of day old chicks for rearing, manufacturing and supply of concentrate feed, providing veterinary services and wholesale marketing of birds. Under integration all the previous profit centres of the broiler industry viz. chick selling, feed selling, hatching, medicine supply, transportation have become cost centres for the integrators who work as a single entity and distribute the benefits among the farmer, consumer and the integration company themselves. Under contract farming, poultry farmers invest only for poultry sheds / equipment on their existing land. The Integrator supplies chicks, feed, and medicines, provides technical guidance and also buy back / purchase the entire production after 5-6 weeks. The contract farmers are paid rearing charges usually on per kg Live Weight basis and also as per the set of criteria prescribed by the integrators viz., FCR, Mortality etc. Farmer is benefiting from the lesser investment and production cost and also higher productivity which are achieved as a result of integration. Moreover
  • 3. 3 he/she is insulated from the market price fluctuations. However, the farmer may be at a disadvantage if the number of batches supplied in the year by the integrator is less. 4. Financial assistance available from Banks for broiler farming For poultry farming schemes with large outlays Detailed Project Reports (DPR) are required to be prepared. The items of investment / finance would include construction of broiler sheds and purchase of equipment, cost of day old chicks, feed, medicine and labour cost for the first cycle. Cost towards land development, fencing, water and electricity, essential servant’s quarters, godowns, transport vehicles, broiler dressing, processing and cold storage facilities can also be considered for providing credit. For high value projects, the borrowers can utilise the services of NABARD Consultancy Services (NABCONS) who are having wide experience in preparation of Detailed Project Reports. 5. Project formulation for bank loan 5.1. A project can be prepared by the promoter after consulting local technical persons of State Veterinary / Animal Husbandry department, Poultry Corporation or private commercial broiler hatcheries. If possible, they should also visit the progressive broiler farmers in the area and discuss the profitability of farming. A good practical training and experience on a broiler farm will be highly desirable, before starting a broiler farm. 5.2.The project should include the following information on technical, financial and managerial aspects in detail based on type of unit and capacity. Technical: a. Land and land development (Location, area, suitability, proximity to road, site map etc.) b. Proposed capacity / farm size c. Civil structures (Sheds, feed mixing unit, dressing unit, godown, / store room, office quarters, staff room etc.) d. Equipment and Plant and Machinery – (Feeder, waterer, feed grinder and mixer, deep freezer, dressing equipment etc.) e. Housing (Capacity, Type- Deep Litter / Environment controlled, Area required, system of housing etc.) f. Chicks (Strain, number of birds / batch strength, source of chicks, vaccination of chicks etc.) g. Feeding (Feeding requirement, source of feed, type of feed – starter, finisher etc., price of feed etc.) h. Availability of utilities – Water, power and fuel i. Veterinary aid and transport arrangements j. Production parameters (Average weight in kgs, Feed conversion ratio- FCR, Mortality ect.)
  • 4. 4 k. Flock Projection chart l. Marketing (marketing of broiler/ meat and other products /by-products – place of marketing, basis of payment(kg or no.), price per unit etc.) m. Scope of integration or contract farming Financial: a. Project Cost-capital ( land, building, plant and machinery etc.) and recurring costs b. Funding pattern (margin contribution, bank loan requirement etc.) c. Techno-economic assumptions d. Income-expenditure statement e. Cash flow analysis showing financial indicators (IRR,NPW, BCR and DSCR) f. Analysis of ratios (DER, ROCE, current ratio, ratio etc.) g. Repayment schedule indicating repayment of principal and payment of interest h. Break even analysis etc. Managerial: Borrower’s profile a. Individual/Partnership /Company / Corporation/ Co-operative Society /Others b. Capability in managing the proposed business c. Experience in proposed activity or others d. Financial soundness e. Technical and other special qualifications f. Technical/ Mangerial staff and adequacy there of Others: a. Name of the financing bank b. Training facilities c. Assistance available from State/ Central Government d. Regulatory clearances, if any etc. 6. Appraisal of the project The project so formulated considering the above mentioned aspects should be submitted to the nearest branch of the bank for availing credit facility for establishment of the broiler farm. The bank will then examine the project for its technical feasibility, financial viability and bankability.
  • 5. 5 7. Sanction of Bank loan and its disbursement After ensuring technical feasibility and financial viability, the project is sanctioned by the bank. The loan is disbursed mostly in 2 stages viz., construction of sheds / other civil structures, purchase of equipment and machinery, recurring cost on purchase of chicks, feeds, medicines, etc. The end use of the loan is verified and constant follow up / monitoring is done by the bank. 8. Lending terms - General 8.1 Outlay: Outlay of the project depends on the local conditions, unit size and the investment components included in the project. Prevailing market prices / cost may be considered to arrive at the outlay. 8.2 Margin Money: Margin depends on the category of the borrowers and may range from 10% to 25%. 8.3 Interest Rate: Banks are free to decide the interest rates within overall RBI guidelines. However, for working out financial viability and bankability of model project, the rate of interest is assumed at 12.50% p.a. 8.4 Security: Security will be as per RBI / NABARD guidelines issued from time to time. 8.5 Repayment of loan: The loan repayment is determined, on the basis of gross surplus generated in the project. Usually the repayment period of loan for broiler farming is 6 to 8 years. 8.6 Insurance: The birds and other assets (poultry shed, equipment) may be insured. Wherever necessary Risk/Mortality fund may be considered in lieu of poultry insurance. 9. Economics of Poultry Broiler Farming A model economics for broiler farming with a unit size of 10000 birds is given below. This is indicative and the applicable input and output costs and the parameters observed at the field level may be incorporated.
  • 6. 6 A. Project Cost Capital Cost Construction of shed (10000 SQ.FT @ Rs.150/sft) including electrification 1575000 Feed room - 1000 sft @ Rs.200/sft 200000 Cost of equipment 262500 Total 2037500 Recurring Expenditure Cost of day old chicks 231000 Cost of feed 673200 Medicines, labour, miscellaneous charges 102000 Insurance of birds 31500 Insurance of sheds and equipment 20375 Total 1058075 Grand Total (A+B) 3095575 Say 3177000 Margin (25%) 476550 Bank Loan 2700450 B. Techno Economic Parameters Number of birds 10000 Batch strength 10000 Birds purchased per batch 10500 Birds considered for recurring expenditure 10200 Birds considered for selling 10000 Floor space per bird ( s.ft) 1 Cost of construction of shed (Rs. per sft) 150 Cost of equipment (Rs. per bird) 25 Cost of day old chick (Rs. per bird) 22 Feed requirement per bird ( Kg) 3.3 Cost of feed (average price Rs. per kg) 20 Medicines, vaccines, labour and misc. charges 10 Insurance per bird (Rs. per bird) 0.5 Insurance of sheds and equipment (Rs. per Rs.1,000/-) 10 Live weight of bird (Kg per bird) 1.7 Sale price (Rs. per kg) 70 Value of manure per bird sold (Rs. per bird) 0.5 Sale price of gunny bags (Rs. per bag) 10 Margin (%) 15 Interest on bank loan (% p.a) 12.50% Rearing period 6 weeks Cleaning period of shed 2 weeks C. Flock Chart
  • 7. 7 Years 1 2 to 8 No. of batches 7 7 Rearing weeks 40 42 Batches sold 6 7 D. Income and Expenditure Statement Years 1 2 to 8 8 Income Sale of birds 7140000 8330000 8330000 Sale of manure 30000 35000 35000 Sale of gunny bags 2992 3142 3142 Total 7172992 8368142 8368142 Expenditure Cost of chicks 1617000 1617000 1617000 Cost of feed 4488000 4712400 4712400 Cost of medicines & misc. charges 612000 714000 714000 Insurance of birds 31500 36750 36750 Insurance of sheds and equipment 20375 20375 20375 Total 6768875 7100525 7100525 Surplus 1462192 1267617 1267617 * The recurring expenses for one cycle capitalised in the project cost and the same has not been netted out while arriving at the total expenditure for the first year. Hence, the same is included in the surplus for the first year. E. Calculation of NPV, BCR & IRR Years 1 2 to 7 8 Capital Cost 3177000 Recurring Cost 5710800 7100525 7100525 Total Costs 8887800 7100525 7100525 Income 7172992 8368142 8368142 Residual value of shed 764079 Total Benefit 7172992 8368142 9132221 Net Benefit -1714808 1267617 2031696 Disc cost at 15% DF 17766249 Disc benefit at 15% DF 18569485 NPW at 15% DF 803236 BC Ratio 1.05 IRR 51.91% E. Repayment Schedule
  • 8. 8 Year Loan Gross surplus Interest Principal Total repayment Surplus Balance outstanding at the end of the year 1 2700450 1462192 337556 337556 675113 787080 2362894 2 2362894 1267617 19869 337556 357425 910191 2025338 3 2025338 1267617 17499 337556 355055 912561 1687781 4 1687781 1267617 14844 337556 352400 915216 1350225 5 1350225 1267617 11871 337556 349427 918189 1012669 6 1012669 1267617 8541 337556 346097 921519 675113 7 675113 1267617 4811 337556 342367 925249 337556 8 337556 1267617 4812 337556 342368 925248 0

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