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Kienyeji chicken are the normal free range chicken found in the villages all over Kenya. They go broody, therefore sit on eggs, they lay a small amount of eggs, say, 15 – 20 eggs then sit on them, then they care for their chicks for around 1.5 months before they start laying again.

They Kienyeji chicken are not known for big size or for laying big size eggs, you can tell a kienyeji chicken by looking at its skin, legs and eyes; they are supposed to be yellow in colour, although the KARI and Kuroiler are now being commercially reared nowadays, if they are left outside to roam around and free range like the Kienyeji, they do start turning yellow just like the Kienyeji, but they won’t go broody, and if they do they do not sit on the eggs for the whole 21 days, they tend to lose interest after a couple of weeks.

Since Kienyeji chicken (indigenous) go broody and also car for their chicks for a month and a half, this means they do not have time to lay a lot of eggs, therefore they lay around 100 eggs per year, the eggs are also small in size and cream or white in colour.

They do not have big bodies like the KARI and Kuroilers, since they have a hard time getting food, looking for bugs and insect, walking all over looking for food, they lose a lot of weight doing so. One can increase their size buy giving them commercial feeds for the 1st month to give them the best start in life.

Some people use the Kienyeji chicken to sit on the eggs and then they remove the chicks and place more eggs for the chicken to sit on them, they can do that for up to 3 times.

We start selling our chicks at day old. Since demand for pure Kienyeji chicks is low, we only hatch pure kienyeji by order.

Day Old Chicks – ksh 80

1 week – ksh 100

2 Weeks – ksh 170

4 weeks – Ksh 260 .

Fertile Eggs – Ksh 900  per tray.

Visit the products page for more chicks and eggs prices – PRODUCTS.
you can also contact us for more information about our Kienyeji breed and poultry farming in Kenya generally.

 

15 thoughts on “

  1. TONNY says:

    Its was good knowing about u. i hope we can do business together

    1. Thanks Tonny, you can always buy our chicks

      kind regards
      Ziwani Poultry

  2. Gaciano says:

    I need more info on the training you have mentioned you offer to local farmers. Interested in training. Gaciano

  3. john mugweru says:

    hello I am looking for kienyeji chicken id like to rear grown chicken at first the gradually get to learn and do large scale can I get design helps and building structures

    1. Hi John,

      Please click on our Downloads page below and click on – Chicken House Plan and Chicken House Advice.
      http://www.ziwanipoultry.com/kienyeji-chicken-download-and-advice-on-kienyeji-rearing-farming/

      Many Thanks
      Ziwani Poultry

  4. jackson mwendwa says:

    How can i get the 1week old chicks? Am asking whether you provide free trasport for customers.

    1. Hi Joseph,

      Yes you can get the chicks from Day old to a month old. But we do not offer free transport. We have customers from all over, even outside the country if we were to offer free transport to places like Tanzania and Uganda it would cost us a fortune.

      Kinf Regards
      Ziwani Poultry

  5. i would like to buy 100 to 150 kenbro kienyeji chicks.but your prices confuse me,is it 100 a week old or a day old.need them urgently.

    1. Hi Charles

      Waiting time is 3 weeks.

      Kind Regards
      Ziwani Poultry Farm Happy Team

  6. Nasir Ahmed says:

    Dear sir,
    I am from Somalia and I have three hectares of land fenced. I do like free range chicken business.
    Which breed of yours will you recommend, for both egg laying and meat. Dual purpose
    Please advise.

    1. Hi Nasir,

      KARI improved Kienyeji chicken would suit you well in Somalia.

      Many Thanks
      Ziwani Poultry Team

  7. grace mijide says:

    Hi,
    How long does it take to receive the chicks After making a down payment of 10%?

    1. Hi Grace,

      You make a deposit of 20% to make a booking, waiting time depends on the age of the chicks you require. You need to make the final payment before we ship or before you collect the chicks.

      Many Thanks
      Ziwani Poultry

  8. Vincent Otieno says:

    Hello do you have drugs for vaccination

    1. Hi Vincent,

      We do not sell Vaccines, you can get them from AgroVets across the country.

      Many Thanks
      Ziwani Poultry team

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