-Select and keep the right breed of chicken and maintain it to the desired market standards. This way, customers will be consistent and you will make a good profit.
-Treat them according to the veterinary recommendations. Get the vaccination schedule from your chicken supplier. For example, keep them clean, follow the vaccination schedules and that way, you will keep off diseases. Diseases are the largest danger to chicken profits.
-Make sure that you engage in a prudent control of inputs on the farm. Feeds alone constitute the highest percentage of chicken production costs. If not properly utilized, it leads to losses. Be aware of what and when to feed your chicken. Get the feeding resume from your supplier. Follow the market prices of these inputs and devise ways of getting mileage from each feeding quantities and schedules.
-Maintain good customer linkages with all your clients. Most farmers do not even know who their final consumers are. Visit the market and follow your customers. This makes them miss out on genuine feedback.