Chicken Hatchery Secrets Revealed In New eBook

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New eBook on how to best run a chicken hatchery is now available. Details insider's secrets, tips, and techniques to improve output

Ultimate Chicken Hatcheries Resources ( is happy to announce the launch of its new eBook, "Complete Chicken and Hatcheries Resources Guide."

Anyone with a chicken hatchery will find informative and useful information in this eBook, written by those who know the industry. Using the information contained in this chicken hatchery eBook, breeders will be able to better raise their flocks and better avoid costly mistakes that can ruin an entire season.

Marc Frappier, Assistant Manager, recently noted: "Whether you are raising chickens for fun or profit, a flock of chickens can either make you or break you. It all depends on how it is raised. It is all in the details, and it is the small stuff that counts. So, why learn through trial and error when that has already been done for you? Raising chickens can be easy and cost effective. With the Ultimate Chicken Hatcheries Resources Guide you can do just that, raise a flock of chickens effortlessly. Do it right from the start. Reduce mortality and increase production and yield."

He goes on to say: "As a large company in the business, we provide a lot of customer service. One customer was having a high mortality problem and after following some simple steps of discarding options, and it was found that his well water was contaminated and he wasn't filtering it or adding enough chlorine. In another case, the birds were actually loosing weight. After analyzing the flock's feeding behavior like consumption times, amounts, and making a feed comparisons by providing the birds with a different feed, we determined that the actual feed was contaminated with mico-toxins (the birds had lesions on their tongues). So, we changed the feed ration and provider and the birds started gaining weight. Some molasses was given for a few days to help clean their digestive system, then some vinegar to increase appetite."

For more information about this new chicken hatchery eBook, visit

About Marc Frappier has over 20 years of experience in the poultry industry. His family business, Cia. Avicola Suramericana S.A., is located in Colombia, South America. It has been the family business for the past 50 years and they currently have three breeder farms and a hatchery.

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Name: Marc Frappier

Address: Calle 31 #8A-49

City: Cali

Country: Columbia

Zip: 00000

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