Grass Fed, Naturally Farmed, Pastured Chickens: Raised with a lot of sunshine, fresh air, supplemented with probiotics and unmedicated feeds..... Your healthy option for a back to basics lifestyle
i am involved in Gawad Kalinga, and look at this as possible Livelihood Projects for our helped rural poor communities. pls elaborate or email me how we/you can help us with this.rene
Rene, Actually we had been involved in several Gawad Kalinga projects already. They contact us to give livelihood seminars, then give the interested participants Sunshine Chicks.
i want to raise chickens as livelihood., but i only have a 100 square meter lot... how many chickens can i raise and accommodate in that size? can you give me more info in raising chickens? thanks
@ samp, I suggest you go through the other topics in this blog, as those were tackled. Or you may attend a seminar?Thank you
a blessed day to you. im a pastor arnold, im pastoring a baptist church here in bayambang, pangasinan. recently we bought 15 sunshine chicks in your outlet in camiling. can you partner with us by lending a helping hand through seminars for our parishioners. these is intended to help them financially and to the vision of our church.God be with you always
@aerqui,I had emailed you already. Thank you
I am a development worker in Leyte. Am interested in your sunshine chicken. But how could it be available for our poor families. Do you have any package for livelihoods. Do you have manuals of operation how to take care of the chicken for household level and feasibility of the business. please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org thanks and God bless.
@Kay Cee V. Malate, I suggest reading through this blog, where you will get a lot of guides in raising. Would you be interested in inviting Doc Rey as a speaker?
Would you happen to have a cost and profit analysis on a module basis say like a 100 heads from chick to harvest stage? Thanks
@Zed, Yes we have that during the seminars. It is about PHP120 per head to raise from dayold til harvest