Swaziland: Becoming self-supporting with the use of egg production
Two poultry houses, 5,000 laying hens and 1,5 million eggs annually make a difference in Swaziland, a country plagued by drought and Aids. With the support of the international egg industry, a poultry company was founded within the development of 'Project Canaan'. It contributes to the project’s mission: becoming self-supporting with the use of agriculture. The poultry houses are equipped with Big Dutchman double deck poultry cages. The management system is particularly well suited for egg production in hot climates.
The renowned trade magazine World Poultry recently published a long article about the ambitious project. "Making a difference with eggs": To read the full article just follow this link!