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Sample of My Kuroiler Chicks

by Peter

Sample of My Kuroiler Chicks

Sample of My Kuroiler Chicks

These my chicks will be mature by November so I want make early booking to replace them as early November. Since these are my first stock do they mature with six month?

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I stay in Zimbabwe where can I get Kroiler Chickens
by: Anonymous

I stay in Zimabwe, I would like to find our where I can get Kroiler Chickens. are you able to export to Zimbabwe.

where can i get kuroiler chicken in kenya
by: cicy

Hi. am thinking of starting a chicken business here in kenya and am very interested in this kind. where can i get them in kenya and do you have an idea of the price? i would really appreciate if you got back to. it has been my dream to start this project and i have no idea which particular bird to start with until i met you. kindly advise.

i liked the the way or rearing them
by: phionah

am also selling off my kuroilers of about 6-7 months .any one interested call me on 0758--- or email me (namphionah)

Kroiler Eggs
by: James

Please advice me on how I can get fertile and fresh kroiler eggs for hatching and at what price.
If I opted for kroiler day old chicks, where would I find them and at what price?

Kindly contact the poultry guide admin directly.

Your Kuroiler chicks
by: Susan admin

Dear Peter,
Thanks for the Message and Photo. Are these chicks 1 and 1/2 months or two months? The kroilers mature from 3 months on words. You can be able to sell. But if you keep them up to 5-6 months then they become really very big and you can sell at a very high price. I will await for your order in November.

Thanks and with Kind regards.


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