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Day-Old Amo Pullet (ISA Brown) | 1 Carton


Day-old Amo pullet of the ISA Brown variety are an excellent choice for both commercial and backyard poultry farmers due to their high productivity, early maturity, and adaptability. Proper care and management during the brooding and growing periods are essential to ensure their health and maximize their laying potential. With the right environment and care, these pullets can become a valuable asset to any poultry operation.

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Day-Old Amo Pullet of the ISA Brown variety are popular among poultry farmers for their high productivity and excellent adaptability. These pullets are known for their prolific egg-laying abilities, early maturity, and resilience.

Product Description:

  • Type: Day-old pullet (female chick)
  • Breed: ISA Brown
  • Quantity: Typically, 1 carton contains 100-day-old chicks.

Key Features and Benefits of Day-Old Amo Pullet of the ISA Brown:

  1. High Egg Production:
    • They are renowned for their high egg yield, producing up to 300-320 eggs per year. They start laying eggs as early as 18-20 weeks of age.
  2. Early Maturity:
    • These pullets mature quickly, reaching laying age sooner than many other breeds. This early maturity means a faster return on investment for poultry farmers.
  3. Feed Efficiency:
    • ISA Browns are efficient converters of feed into eggs, making them cost-effective to raise. They require less feed per dozen eggs produced compared to some other breeds.
  4. Resilience and Hardiness:
  5. Calm Temperament:
    • ISA Browns have a calm and friendly disposition, which makes them easier to manage and reduces stress in the flock.

Care and Management:

  1. Brooding:
    • Temperature: Start at 95°F (35°C) for the first week, then decrease by 5°F per week until reaching ambient temperature.
    • Space: Ensure ample space for the chicks to move around comfortably. About 0.5 square feet per chick is recommended during the brooding period.
    • Bedding: Use clean, dry bedding material like wood shavings or straw.
  2. Feeding:
    • Provide a high-quality starter feed formulated for chicks, containing around 18-20% protein, for the first 6-8 weeks.
    • Ensure constant access to clean, fresh water. Use chick-sized waterers to prevent drowning and contamination.
  3. Vaccination:
    • Day-old chicks often come vaccinated against common diseases. Ensure to follow up with any recommended vaccinations and health checks.
  4. Lighting:
    • Provide 24-hour lighting for the first week to help chicks find food and water. Gradually reduce to a normal daylight schedule as they grow.
  5. Biosecurity:
    • Implement strict biosecurity measures to prevent the introduction of diseases. Limit access to the brooding area and ensure proper sanitation.

Housing of Day-Old Amo Pullet of the ISA Brown:

  • Space Requirements: As the chicks grow, ensure they have sufficient space to prevent overcrowding. Typically, 2-3 square feet per bird is recommended once they reach adulthood.
  • Ventilation: Ensure good ventilation to maintain air quality and prevent respiratory issues.
  • Nesting Boxes: Provide one nesting box for every 4-5 hens to encourage egg-laying.
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Weight 5 kg

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