Ziwani Poultry

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Ziwani Poultry offers KARI, Kuroiler and Kienyeji breed day old chicks and fertile hatching eggs. Our eggs can be set in an incubator or under a brooder hen, most farmers buy them to improve their Kienyeji chicken. We not only offer day-old-chicks and hatching eggs we sell mature cockerels and POL (point of lay) hens in a variety of breeds. Visit our products page for more info.

Here at Ziwani Poultry we do our best to give the best service to our customers, we understand that our customer (farmer) is our employer, without the farmer we are out of business. We are happy to give any advice on poultry raring, incubating and rearing day old chicks using the methods that work for us, therefore feel free to contact us either via email or telephone,  any questions to guide you to successfully rearing your chicks.

In the ner future we will be able to supply other pure breeds – Red Island Red, Light Sussex, Cuckoo Maran, Indian Game, Jersey Giant and Leghorn (white, black and exchequer), our aim is to improve poultry farming in Kenya by importing superior breeds in eggs laying and quick growth.

Due to bio security (hygiene and disease control) reasons farmers are not allowed to visit our breeder farm. For eggs, chicks or chicken collection a location can be arranged. We ship nationwide and all around East Africa.

We also have a lot of advice on poultry farming and marketing in Kenya on our website, videos and blogs.

 

22 thoughts on “Ziwani Poultry

  1. Hi, I would to know about if you could supply me with kuroiler eggs in Mombasa fresh kuroiler eggs not more than 3 days old. I would like you supplying me 500-800 every week in Mombasa.

    Please advise me on the following:-
    1. How much are charging for fresh kuroiler eggs.
    2. what transport do you use to delivery to Mombasa Town.
    3. Can you place them on the seat of a bus not on the boot of bus otherwise not good for incubation.

    Because i will be happy to collecting them from Mombasa Town and pay for a seat

    1. Hi Hussein, As discussed on the phone. We are currently waiting for our latest hens to start laying which will take two weeks or so. I can put them on a bus no problem and I should be able to supply 300 eggs per week.

      Kind Regards
      Ziwani poultry

    2. Ahmed kamal says:

      I need to market your products.

      1. Hi Ahmed,

        How would you like to market our products and where are you based?

        Many Thanks
        Ziwani Poultry

  2. Anna Kindikumwoyo says:

    I would like to book kuroiler eggs for incubation. I need about 5000 eggs. How much do you charge per tray and how soon can I get them?. Your prompt reply will be much appreciated.
    Thanks. Anna

    1. Hello Anna,

      I am afraid we are not selling eggs at the moment. Our orders have more than doubled over the last few weeks making it difficult to get enough eggs for our incubators and to sell. you can place orders for the chicks from 1 week old @ Ksh 100.

      Kind Regards,
      Ziwani Poultry.

      1. Ramadhan says:

        cAm happy to partner with in chicks business

        1. Hi Ramadhan,

          Sorry, i am afraid we are ok, you can buy chicks and sell them in your region but at the moment we are happy with hatching and distributing the chicks on our own.
          Kind regards
          Ziwani Poultry

  3. David Murithi. says:

    hi i would like to do kuroiler farming do u av professionals to guide the news comes into doing this farming..

    1. Hi David,

      Yes we do guide farmers on how to rear chicken from when they receive them as chicks, we also sell a Kienyeji rearing manual at Ksh250. If you do not have electricity you can either buy chicks at 3 weeks old or use a charcoal stove (Jiko) to warm them when they are young.

      Kind Regards,
      Ziwani Poultry

  4. joseph baya says:

    I really need more information about these chicken. when they grow will they eat be able to do free range like other kienyeji and when mature do they lay eggs n incubate till hatch n take care of the chicks…. kindly update lastly where are u located

    1. Hi Joseph,

      yes you can keep them as free range, they are good scavengers, but not good mothers. Both KARI and Kuroilers rearly go broody and they they do they can lose interest when sitting on eggs, therefore making it hard for them to incubate their own eggs. I would advice you to use a normal Kienyeji to sit on KARI or Kuroilers eggs.

      We are located in Ngoliba, along Garissa Road 25km from Thika Town.
      Kind Regards
      Ziwani Poultry.

  5. Kouadio says:

    Je veux toutes les informations sur les trois espèces de poulet pour les produire en Côte d’Ivoire. Merci

    1. Salut Kouadio ,
      Vous pouvez en savoir plus sur nos races sur notre site , s’il vous plaît l’aspirateur la souris sur les produits et cliquez sur les races que vous souhaitez . Nous avons pas envoyer à la Côte d’Ivoire avant , donc ne sais pas combien il en coûterait pour les expédier là-bas.

      Cordialement
      Ziwani volaille

  6. joseph kioko says:

    I want to start these poultry business, how can I gate rearing manual as soft copy.or u provide hard copy only.

    1. Hi Joseph,

      We only sell soft copy, so when you make the payment of Ksh250 into our Lipa Na Mpesa no 811311 or 0708923991, we’ll send it to your email. please dont forget to text us on 0708923991 when you send the money, include your email address on the text.

      Kind Regards,
      Ziwani Poultry

  7. Amos Kaburu says:

    Hello Ziwani.my name is Amos and I want to place order for 1500 chicks .pls advise your price.am based in Mariakani

    1. Hi Amos,

      Thank you for showing interest in our chicks. do you want them at Day old and when would you like them? Please call us on 0708923991 to place the order. One pays 20 of their order.

      Kind Regards
      Ziwani Poultry Happy Team

  8. Mugarura allan says:

    How long can an egg be kept before put in hatchery. Can one keep the eggs for one month

    1. Hi Allan,

      No a month is too long. Hatchability will be too poor, actually you will be lucky to find any of them hatching.

      We advice farmers not to store hatching eggs beyond 1 week. You can keep them beyond that but the hatching rate will reduce everyday you store them.

      Kind Regards,
      Ziwani Poultry Happy Team

  9. Mathew mumia says:

    Am Mathews am located at Kakamega county I will possible want to know where you are located and also have your email address for further inquiries please send me some feedbacks through my email address.Thank you

    1. Hi Mathews,

      We are located in Thika but can sent the chicks to you in Kakamega. Please email us through info@ziwanipoultry.com

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