10,000 Layer Farm in Ghana Using Hot-dip Galvanized A-type 96 Birds Egg Laying Cages

February 27, 2024
This 10,000-layer farm uses hot-dip galvanized A-type 96-birds egg laying cages. It is located in southeastern Ghana and covers an area of ​​about 900 square meters. It produces about 9,000 eggs every day and cooperates with local supermarkets to continuously supply eggs.
Details of 10,000 Layer Farm in Ghana:
The Chicken Farm owner Asamani previously used cold-galvanized 90-birds layers chicken cages purchased locally. However, due to poor quality, it was severely deformed and rusted after just one year of use. Therefore, he approached us to upgrade the layer cages.
Based on the size (72*12*3.5m) of the customer’s original chicken house, we recommended hot-dip galvanized A-type 96-birds egg laying cages for the customer.  35 sets per row, 3 rows in one house. Totally can raise 10,080 laying hens.
These layers chicken cages have the following advantages:
Durability: Hot-dip galvanized layer cages finish protects against rust and corrosion.
Space optimization: 96-bird layer cages maximize the use of space, and can increase the breeding capacity of 600 laying hens in a chicken house of the same size.
Feedback from 10,000 Layer Farm in Ghana:
Since the chicken farm adopted galvanized A-type 96-birds egg laying cages, customer feedback has been extremely positive. Customers said that this egg-laying cage not only increased the breeding density, but also significantly increased the egg production rate of laying hens. The galvanized material of the cage makes it corrosion-resistant and easy to clean, which greatly reduces hygienic problems during the breeding process. At the same time, the environmental control system in the cage provides a comfortable living environment for laying hens and further improves egg quality.
In summary, the hot-dip galvanized A-type 96 birds layers chicken cages are an ideal choice for a 10,000 layer chicken farm. These cages offer durability, space optimization, hygiene and ease of management, resulting in significantly higher egg production, lower costs and improved flock health.