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Ziwani Poultry Downloads

Ziwani Poultry Downloads

Poultry Downloads and advice

Ziwani Poultry at the heart of Kienyeji farming, every little help to guide and educate Kenyans on the best poultry husbandry. The Poultry download are to help you to look after your birds.

If you are keeping your chicken in a free range setting then you need to reduce the feeds accordingly as they will forage for insects, bugs and grass.

For the feeds formulae, you can find most of the materials in some AgroVets, alternatively you can visit Thika around Munene industries there you can get all the materials.

Please click on links below to download the attachments for advice on Kienyeji rearing/ farming

Feeds Schedule




– Gumboro Disease or Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD):

– Kienyeji Chicken vaccination schedule

We offer Kienyeji Rearing training  Manual to all our customers. It covers everything from; Housing, feeding, diseases, brooding, record keeping, chicken processing and marketing. Please ask for the Training Manual once you have placed your order and paid the deposit.

Please use the contact form or the comment box below to ask for any other advice, we can add another download to help you in Kienyeji farming as a hobby or commercially.

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  1. Omondi says:

    This would be a perfect present from me to my sis who has done Animal Science. How much will it cost for 200 chicks:
    1) 4 weeks old
    2) 18 weeks old
    And can you transport them to Homabay? Or better still, do you have a branch in Nyanza region?

    1. Hi Omondi,

      Month old chicks are ksh260 each. We sell up to 2months old at a cost of ksh450 each.

      We dont have a branch in Nyanza, bit we can send to Himabay. Transport cost depends on the number of chicks, size of your package.

      Kind regards,
      Ziwani poultry farm

  2. Kitty says:

    Hi, how much do u sell your mature ducks ready to lay eggs, Kitty from Uganda from Uganda

    1. Hi Kitty,

      Price depends on duck breed and the quantity. Please visit our website http://www.ziwanipoultry.com, under the products page you’ll find the duck breeds, click on the breed that you want, another page will open with a table of prices and other information.

      Kind regards,
      Ziwani poultry farm

  3. Jeremiah says:

    Hi, do you have khaki campbel ducks at your farm? If yes, how much is a box of ducklings and can it realy be transported to Uganda or you have a branch in uganda that i can head there and check? Thanks.

    1. Hi Jeremiah,

      You need to to call us on 0708923991 and state the number of ducklings that you want and at what age.

      Kind regards,
      Ziwani poultry farm

  4. Abzal Chemanga says:

    I want to thank you for the work you are doing Ziwani poultry. Then I would wish to request if I might be given a chance to take my 10 week industrial/field attachment at your institution from 6th May. You have inspired me and I wish to learn more about poultry farming since I am also doing a project on poultry farming. I am Abzal, 4th year student at Maseno University in Kisumu. You can find me via 0795572272 or chemangabzal254@gmail.com.


  5. Edward Kissakye says:

    I am Edward Kissakye in Kampala Uganda and i would love to get breeds of chicken from you. How can i get them.

    1. Hi Edward,

      We can send them to you in Kampala. You pay for the transport cost which depends on the number of chicks.

      Kind regards,
      Happy Ziwani poultry team

  6. Kalume Kenga says:

    I`m a beginner poultry farmer in Malindi .I started with 100 ken chicks ,Need your advice on how i can suucced

  7. ANWAR AHMED says:

    Do you sell fertilized kuroiler eggs?

    1. Hi Anwar,

      We do sell them when demand of day old chicks is low. At the moment demand for day old chicks is high, therefore we are not selling our fertile eggs.

      Kind Regards
      Ziwani Poultry Team

  8. dennis ireri says:

    what are the minimum number of chicks for week you can sell and at what cost per chick?

    1. Hi Dennis,

      Minimum order for week old chicks is 50 chicks, they are ksh100 each.

      Many thanks,
      Ziwani Poultry Team

  9. pius male says:

    lm from uganda, can you send pekin and khaki Campbell ducks via bus to kampala uganda?? what is the cost of transport?? hence what mode of payment do l use. THANKS ln interested in above breeds of ducks from your farm.

    1. Hi Plus,

      At the moment we only have Pekin ducklings, we can send them via Simba coach bus to Kampala. Transport cost will depend on the amount of ducklings you require.

      Kind Regards
      Ziwani Poultry team

      1. James says:

        I’m interested in this arrangement too. How much would ten pekin ducklings cost me to Kampala including transport?

        1. Pekin ducklings are ksh250 each, transport cost depends on the amount of ducklings you want.

          Kind regards,
          Ziwani poultry farm

  10. leonard says:

    before buying be aware of this farm they might be conning people I paid my order they dont update you they will just say they will deliver. I have reported the matter to police and safari com to refund my cash

  11. Michael Ole Tiemasi says:

    Dear Ziwani,
    I would like to kindly appreciate the great valuable free information that you’re giving to fellow Kenyans on poultry rearing. Its really helpful, keep it up. I would also like to request you to guide me on how to formulate a 70kg & 100kg of chick mash, growers mash, and Layers mash respectively, for KARI Improved Kienyeji chicken, especially the Ziwani new breed. I am a small farmer and can’t afford to formulate 1 Tone of chicken feed at any given time.
    Thank you in advance.

    Michael Ole Tiemasi

  12. koffi says:

    Greetings from Lome-togo (West Africa)
    I would like to know if you can ship to lome.

    1. Hi Koffi,

      Yes we can ship to Togo,

      how many chicks do you need and what breed, Please also visit our website for our Ziwani Breeds details.

      Kind Regards
      Ziwani Poultry Farm

  13. You are a Blessing..I respect your calmness.I will travel all the way from Zambia to come and give you a hand shake.God bless you for helping the needy.

    1. Hi Billy,

      You are welcome, you will get Hands (both hands) shake, lol.

      Kind Regards
      Ziwani Poultry Happy Team

  14. Tiras says:

    Hi, can i get brioler eggs…

    1. Hi Tiras,

      Sorry we dont sell broiler eggs.

      Kind Regards
      Ziwani Poultry

  15. Abdirahman says:

    I would like to purchase 2000, 2 month old broiler how much is the cost

    1. Hi Abdirahman,

      Do you mean Kuroiler or broiler?

      Kind Regards,
      Ziwani poultry

  16. Maroa says:

    Thank you for your free information on poultry rearing, am really pleased. Looking forward to start the business

    1. Thanks Maroa, every little help.

      Many Thanks
      Ziwani Poultry Happy Team.

  17. Michael D'Angelo says:

    this site is a great blessing.. God bless you for really giving us all this and the quick responses or feedbacks.. I’m really impressed

    1. Hi Michael,

      Thank you for the compliment.

      Many Thanks
      Ziwani Poultry Farm Happy Team

  18. Christine says:

    I have a farm in Mombasa and Kilifi, I’m interested in keeping kuroilers, do you deliver to these locations?

    1. Hi Christine,

      Its a little bit difficult to sent to the coast region since the bus services wont transport unaccompanied chicks. if you know anyone travelling down from nairobi we can make sure the chicks get to them in nairobi.

      Kind Regards
      Ziwani Poultry Farm Team

  19. KENNETH says:

    I would like to place an order for 20 four weeks kuroilers by mid Jan 2017 to be picked at Nairobi city centre.How much will it cost?

    1. Hi Kenneth,

      Month old are Ksh290 per chick, Please contact us to place the order on 0708923991.

      Many Thanks
      Ziwani Poultry

  20. Fredrick Kimani Njau says:

    Please advise me if improved kienyeji can do well in cold climate. I am in a tea zone. If so which breed of improved kienyeji would you recommend? Please also give me a breakdown of prices in terms of age ie 1,2etc weeks

    1. Hi Fredrick,

      Yes they can do well in cold climate. I have had farmers from Jambini, Rimuruti and Limuru among other cold regions. I think you need to get them at day old so they can grow in the cold environment. If you get them at 1 or 2 weeks old they will take a while before they get used to their new environment, and the mortality might be higher than if you got day old chicks.

      Many thanks
      Ziwani Poultry

  21. Elizabeth Njambi says:

    great work you are doing.Am in Nakuru and would want to order 50 one wk old chicks,as soon as possible.
    Is it okey to mix them with kari’s improved kienyenji.please get back to me soonest possible.

    1. Hi Elizabeth,

      yes you can mix the two breeds. Please call us on 0708 923991 to make your order.

      Kind Regards
      Ziwani Poultry

  22. Korir Gilbert says:

    Can I visit your farm?

    1. Hi Korir,

      Yes you can visit. As discussed earlier his week, you can call us on 0708923991 for directions. We are open Monday – Sunday: 8am – 5pm. But make sure you get there before 4pm.

      Kind Regards
      Ziwani Poultry

  23. frasiah says:

    Am in a place called Githima-Munyu Thika sub county how can I get 20 chicks one week old layers

    1. Hi Frasiah,

      For week and day old chicks we don’t sell less than 50 chicks. Since they are too small, they need to keep each other warm during travel. We can use a shuttle to deliver them to you, but you pay for delivery.

      Kind Regards,
      Ziwani Poultry

  24. Kevin Ochieng says:

    Hi. Am impressed by the good work you do in providing very vital information to farmers who are already in the poultry farming business and those aspiring to venture in the same.
    Kudos and keep it up. I also have similar dreams and hopefully will get to you when am ready. Thanks.

    1. Hi Kevin,

      Thanks for the compliment. you are welcome to join us in Poultry farming, not a bad business.

      Many Thanks
      Ziwani Poultry

  25. Jack says:

    Kip it up the gud wok.

    1. Hi Jack,

      Thank you for the complement.

      Many Thanks
      Ziwani Poultry

  26. Jane kaguru says:

    Am in thika and would like to start kuloiler farming. I would like to start with 30 1wk old the soonest possible. Is there a ready market once they are ready? How soon can i get them?

    1. Hi Jane,

      You can get the as tomorrow if you want. The market is there.
      Kind regards
      Ziwani Poultry

  27. dedrick m.munini says:

    Am a small scale farmer from Kangundo currently working in Nairobi.have learn about this new bread kuroiler which am interesting to rear.Is there anywhere nearby in Kangundo i can get the chicks to avoid long distance transportation

    1. Hi Dedrick,

      Thank you for your interest, unfortunately we so not have a branch in Kangundo. We do send them to Tanzania so Kangundo is not that far from our farm, you can come to our farm via Kithimani – Mwala (we are 15 minutes from Kithimani).

      Many Thanks
      Ziwani Poultry

  28. RAYMOND LANGAT says:

    I would like to raise 1000 layers what will be the size of the chicken house please advice.

    1. Hi Raymond,

      1 chicken needs a space of 2 sq ft, therefore for 1000 chicken thats 2000 sq ft (20ft x 50 ft).

      Many Thanks
      Ziwani Poultry

  29. Paul says:

    i would like to start rearing these chicken but i also have dogs ,is it advisable to rear both side by side.Kindly advise.

  30. Gabriel Kimeu says:

    Am very interested in rearing KARI 100 and Kuroiler 100.kindly advise on the house i should build.do u usually have some guys who can assist in putting up one?if yes,how much will it cost me to cater for a max of 300 chickens?kindly advise.+254710136925-Makuyu kenya

  31. I would like to see a table of various feeds from diferent companies like bewa, fugo @ others with cost of raering kari chìken:

  32. Ronald Boor says:

    Hi, I visited your farm and I was impressed with your work, kimani took me around. I will come to collect my flock on Thursday. Thanks.

  33. kinyanjui says:

    If i would like to rear them (kuroilers)for meat ,how many weeks will take for them to be sold?
    Also is there ready market for them ?And if is there can you advices few market that you could know about?
    cell no:0720140200

    1. Hi Kinyanjui,

      Kuroiler will take 3.5 – 4 months to be ready for slaughter. I have a friend who has a few orders at hotels in Thika and Nairobi to supply 500 Kienyeji chicken every week so I can always hook you up with him once yours are big enough for the market.
      Kind Regards
      Ziwani Poultry

  34. najmah says:


    kindly upload feeding schedule even if its for purchase basis. I did not receive mine yet in my email nwfaraj@gmail.com after buying chicks which so far are doing great. Am looking to doin more business with u n ve a feeling I could save on feeds wen i receive ua schedule. Thanx u r a reality.

    1. Hi Najmah,

      I have sent you a feeding schedule. Due to public demand I’ll be uploading one shortly.

      Kind Regards
      Ziwani Poultry

    2. chris mutinda says:

      kindly send me a feeding schedule to my E-mail…. chrisafrica28@gmail.com

      1. Hi Chris,

        Ease download it from the downloads page.

        Kind Regards
        Ziwani Poultry Team

  35. telwa says:

    do you think these chicks can survive in hot areas of laisamis marsabit county,would like to purchase 1000 chicks broilers

    1. Hi Telwa,

      Yes they can. I have sold them to Somalia and Mombasa and the customers say they are doing well. Also where our farm is located near Machakos county, its very hot there at times.
      Kind regards
      Ziwani Poultry

  36. Mike Pownall says:

    Urgently wish to purchase 300 x 1 weekbold Kuroiler chicks costed with shipping 5obArusha Tanzania.

    1. Hi Mike,

      We have a friend who drives the Spider Buses from Kenya to TZ, he has helped a lot of farmers in transporting the chicks to TZ. Please contact him and ask how much he would charge to transport 4 boxes of chicks. His number is +254 734 360448
      Kind Regards
      Ziwani Poultry

  37. martin njoroge says:

    i like your publishment.

  38. martin njoroge says:

    Am in Ruai.I would like to know basically where you are located since i have plans to start rearing poultry soon.

    1. Hi,

      We are located in Ngoliba, 30km from Thika Town. you can find us on our contact page (google map)

      Kind Regards
      Ziwani Poultry

  39. Dorcas Mwende says:

    hi. do you have kuchi breeds.
    i can try some few as i order for kroiler

  40. Lutaka Muyumbana says:

    I would like to import kuroiler and Kari Kienyeji fertile eggs. would you export to Zambia – Ndola International Airport?

    1. Hi Lutaka,

      Greetings from Kenya and thank you for your interest in our products we do appreciate all the interest we are getting around Africa. I am afraid we are not selling hatching eggs since we doubled our hatching capacity we do not have any extra eggs as we used to have in the past.

      I am also not sure about the requirement in importing eggs in Zambia so I would ask you to contact you local veterinary Board to check what sort of paperwork you need to bring eggs in Zambia, then contact us. we should start selling eggs again in 3 months.

      Kind Regards
      Ziwani Poultry

  41. Ndinda says:

    Hi!how much would it cost 2 get 250 one week old chicks to makindu town.can I pls get ur phone contacts.

    1. Hi Fred.

      1 weeks old chick cost Ksh 100. I don’t Know how much it would cost to transport them to Makindu, I would advice you to check with your local Shuttles or busses hou much it would cost to transport 3 boxes of chicks.

      Our number is 0708 923991.

      Kind Regards
      Ziwani Poultry

      1. Jessy says:

        hi, I am interested in Pekin white ducks…..

  42. fred says:

    How much will it cost to transport 500 birds to migori. Am keen on the transport element ?


    1. Hi Fred.

      Please check with your local shuttles how much they will charge to get 5 chicks boxes transported from Nairobi to Migori. We normally place them on the seat directly behind the driver. You will have to pay for the seat, we only facilitate and deliver them to the shuttle station.

      Kind Regards
      Ziwani Poultry.

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