After their first chicken raising cycle, one group of franchisees had higher loss of chickens than other groups.
We conducted a thorough investigation to find out if this group was doing anything differently to the other microfranchisees and noted that there was a difference in disease prevention practice.
One of our profitable business owners, Heng, discussed his key practices to ensure his chicks grow healthily until the end of the cycle.
Heng’s eight keys for successful results are:
Heng’s keen to keep raising chickens through our programme and hopes his strict hygiene protocol will help others to repeat his success.
Heng made $20.66 profit in his last cycle for one hours work a day over 45 days. Many of our villagers would have to work over 20 ten hour days to make the same amount of money in their normal jobs.
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We founded Catalyst social enterprise after living in South East Asia and seeing first-hand the daily struggle rural villagers face in meeting their basic needs.