Monday, November 7, 2016

Always quality first!

As you might have noticed, we haven't been very active on social media lately. This is because we could not deliver Kuroiler F1 at the quality as we had wished to. The reason for that was an import ban from India where there had been Avian Flu. Also the quality of chicks we would get from Uganda did not satisfy us.

Your success matters to us! We will sell to you Kuroiler F1 (First generation) at a top quality. We prefer to not sell rather than selling you a product below our high quality expectation.  

We are happy to announce that we are resuming sells of Kuroiler F1 from Uganda, however we only have small numbers. So if you want some, call us and make sure you have a booking.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Meeting with the CEO of the Kuroiler breeding company in India

We are pleased to share with you that we met with the CEO of the Indian company breeding Kuroilers, to discuss how Kenya can get its own parent stock. Parents stock that allows to produce Kuroiler F1 sometimes also called pure Kuroiler, and is the only chicks that bring the promised performance.

We also discussed innovative distribution system in India and how to adapt those for Kenya. Remain posted as we develop news plans to improve our reach out in the whole country!

Saturday, March 5, 2016

Reduce price for Kuroiler chicken for improved quality!

Jolly Poultry is proud to announce that we can offer you an new quality of kuroiler F1 chicken at reduced price .

Our new prices are
115 KES   : 3 day old chick
130 KES   : 4-5 day old chick
150 KES   : 1 week old
180 KES   : 1-2 week old
200 KES   : 2-3 week old
250 KES   : 3 week old

Our chicken come from a trusted source of F1 production, F1 is also known as first generation, or "pure Kuroiler". Also all our chicken come with vaccines (Marek, NCD with IB vaccine)

Find here our contacts ! We are looking forward to serve you!

Sunday, January 17, 2016

New training on Saturday 23rd

Jolly Poultry is happy to announce that we will resume trainings next week end, on the 23rd from 8.30 to 2 pm for 1500 KES in Rongai.

The training is aimed at people with little experience with poultry keeping who want to commercialize and learn some how to make some money with poultry.

The block of the training is a mix of theoretical knowledge and practical hand on at the Jolly Poultry farm. You will learn how to keep, feed and treat chicken. The second block aims at your personal reflection, and see how you can apply the new knowledge to your personal situation and context. The Jolly team will then discuss with you your ideas, and tell you what is feasible and what not, so that you can go home with a business plan that fits your needs.

We are dealing with Kuroilers, i.e. improved kenyeji, and we believe it is a great option for smallholder, however during the training we will advice you honestly, if another breed fits your need better, we will be happy to give you contact to dealer selling the breed that fits you best.

To register please send an sms to 0712614594, for information please call between 6 pm - 10 pm.
More information about the training can be found here.Or contact us via our facebook page.

The new Jolly poultry farm is location along Rongai Kisserian road, in a walking distance from Kamura stage. After a down payment of 500 kes, we will call you back to share with you the exact location and all other details.

Sunday, August 9, 2015

Jolly Poultry on TV

Have you missed us on TV? Catch up, and watch the program here:

We are proud of what we have reached up until now, and we look forward to provide services to smallholders even better in future!

A great thanks to the producer for giving us such a platform! 

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Jolly Poultry on TV

We are proud to announce that Jolly Poultry will be featured on Kenyan TV this Thursday!

WW TV at 8 pm in cash cow! Look for us!

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Is Kuroiler an option for you?

What is Kuroiler? Is that an option for you? and what are first generation chicks? Jolly Poultry has made a learning video to answer all your questions!

Still open questions? feel free to contact us!