The Olam Pullets Lohmann Classic Brown chicken variety is bred to produce more eggs. It’s a cross between the New Hampshire and other brown-egg-laying breeds that has resulted in a hybrid.
Within 18-22 weeks, they start laying eggs.
Each hen can lay up to 300 eggs per year on average.
It has a large feed intake capability and a high feed conversion ratio.
Superior egg development with eggs that are comparable in size
Flexible enough to fit into a variety of housing and management schemes.
Ability to perform well in a variety of situations and respond to changing circumstances.
As a result, it is one of the best laying bird breeds available on the Nigerian market.
The majority of Lohmann Browns’ feathers are a caramel/brown color, with white feathers in a pattern around their necks and white feathers at the tips of their tail feathers. The Lohmann Brown is known for its balanced performance and ability to produce high-quality, strong-shelled eggs.