E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 3, Issue 4, 2023

Breeding Poultry of Improved Strains in the Sub-Prefecture of M'Bengue in North of Cote d’Ivoire

Author(s): Brou Gboko Konan Gatien, Soro Soronikpoho, N'DRI Kouame Marcel, Kouadio Kouakou Parfait, Amonchi Roger Fulgence, Diomande Dramane


This study was conducted in the sub-prefecture of M'bengué. The general objective of the study was to determine the level of production of Broilers chicken; laying hens in this locality, highlighting the profile of breeders, the characteristics of the farms, the management of the breeding, the system of marketing and the constraints encountered by these actors. To carry out this study, a survey was conducted in the poultry farms of the villages. At the end of our study, the results indicate that 80 % of breeders are men. Out of a population of 50 breeders, the village of Tongon accounts for 51 % of the livestock population. For technical and health monitoring, the majority of farms (80 %) receive instructions from poultry advisers. Pathologies due to poor sanitary conditions are often encountered. The most common disease is chronic respiratory disease (58 %), followed by Gumboro disease (30 %). Regarding the marketing of poultry products, the mining company of Tongon occupies an important place with 28% of purchases. Ultimately, the breeding of broilers chicken and laying hens is booming in the sub-prefecture of M'bengué even if many difficulties exist.

Keywords: Characteristics, Farms, Broilers Chicken, Laying Hens, Livestock Management, Cote d'Ivoire

Pages: 1020-1025

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