Welcome to Feed Africa

Feed Africa is the Home of improved Kienyeji chickens and waterfowl birds. Over the years, we have endeavoured to consistently supply farmers with high-quality poultry birds. The company has seen poultry farmers grow by leaps and bounds after supplying them with quality breeds of birds and adhering to high standards of poultry farming. We believe that sustainable poultry farming is only possible if farmers are supplied with quality breeds and such farmers continuously supported in implementing the recommended farming methods and practices. Other than selling poultry birds to our customers, we link them to the available markets for their products. Feed Africa is also currently running running The ‘Lea Kuku’  initiative that is aimed at empowering small-scale farmers in the region. Our vision is to see every farmer’s livelihood improving through sustainable poultry farming.  We have also partnered with other stakeholders in the region in a number of activities such as free farmers training, farm visits, educational tours among others.  And, us our name implies, Feed Africa Poultry Farm indeed feeds Africa!

Our Resource Centre

Poultry disease prevention and management

A disease is any condition that interferes with the normal functioning of  part or the whole body of a living organism.  There are different disease causative agents or factors; Deficiencies of essential nutrients such as vitamins, minerals etc. The consumption of toxic substances such as poisons. Physical damage e.g. environmental extremes and injury. Parasitic invasion […]

Cannibalism in poultry

Birds have a social hierarchy which is referred to as pecking order. Mild pecking is one of the main approaches in setting up of this order. Cannibalism, on the other hand, is a behaviour in which birds aggressively peck one other to an extent of causing physical harm.  can start with a few birds before […]

Why Hens Eat Their Own Eggs

What do I do to stop my hens from eating eggs? This is one of the most asked questions by many poultry farmers.   Whereas these farmers are desperate to get answers to this question, they (the farmers) fail to ask one more question whose answers would answer their question. Have I confused anyone with this […]

Moulting in laying Hens

Moulting is a natural process where hens shed and renew their feathers. During moulting hens reduce or even stop egg production. Many farmers are often left panicking when their chickens shade feathers overnight and stop laying eggs or drop egg production drastically.  The bird’s loose feathers gradually and bare patches of skins in different parts […]

Factors that affect chicken breed selection

If there is one question that every beginner in poultry farming should ask, then it is the one on breeding. Many upcoming poultry farmers have a big problem in deciding on which breed of chicken to keep in their farms. Before settling on what breed of chicken to rare, it is important to do extensive […]

Getting started in poultry farming

Poultry keeping has been for a long time the source of livelihood for many people in developing countries. Many farmers besides other livestock will always keep a few birds, be it chicken, pigeons, ducks, turkeys among other domestic birds.  For many people, Small-scale poultry farming is aimed at providing meat and eggs.   Poultry meat and […]

Raising Day-old chicks

You have just received day-old chicks from your supplier. What next?  Other than feeds and drugs, the other immediate challenge will be to provide these chicks with the required warmth. When young chicks are being taken care of by their mother, one may not know the importance of a brooder.  The mother hen provides the […]