CHI Commercial Day Old Arbor Acres Plus Broiler is a rapidly growing and premium-quality commercial meat bird known for its exceptional conformation and tender breast meat.
These birds can achieve a live body weight of 2793 g at 6 weeks and a live body weight of 4374 g at 8 weeks. At 6 weeks of age, they exhibit an average daily weight gain of 93 g, and at 8 weeks of age, they maintain an average daily weight gain of 79 g under favorable conditions.
Upon successful order placement, you will receive detailed information regarding the vaccination/medication schedule, additional breed details, and nutritional specifications directly to your email.
Arbor Acres Plus Broilers are characterized by their impressive feed conversion rate and weight gains, specifically bred for optimal meat production.
This broiler breed is carefully developed to efficiently yield chickens with consistent parent stock performance, outstanding broiler performance, and favorable processing yields. The flagship of the Arbor Acres brand is the highly successful Arbor Acres Plus, renowned for its exceptional growth rate, breast conformation, feed conversion, and livability, ultimately enhancing profitability for broiler farmers.
- Outstanding broiler performance and favorable processing yield
- Remarkable growth rate
- Favorable breast conformation
- Efficient feed conversion and high livability
Source: Chi Broilers Breed: Arbor Acre Plus
Specification: Day Old CHI Arbor Acre Broilers – Carton of 50 Chicks
Before leaving the point of delivery, please count your birds while the driver is still there. Once you ensure the driver or delivery agent witnesses any loss, and you confirm this with us. you will be compensated once we confirm/corroborate the loss/inconsistency at delivery.
Greenafrik does not provide any warranty or guarantee on day-old chicks or poults-
- Scheduled for delivery to extremely distant locations.
- Which experience mortalities on arrival at farms and onwards
- We advise the services of qualified veterinarians for routine observation and treatment (and consult the vaccination and medication schedule offered to you)