Two Weeks Old Chick For Sale


Feeding of two weeks old kienyeji chicken

Birds are fed depending on the age and purpose of rearing. A two weeks old kienyeji chick is fed on starter for survival. The meal should be balanced to provide the required nutrients to the chicks. This include grit, chopped meal worms, clover sprouts, and mashed green beans, rice krispies, shredded wheat crumbs and bread crumbs. In feeding this age of chicks, minerals are important for bone formation. The most common minerals are calcium and phosphorous. Birds also require vitamins that are found in green vegetables and green grass.

How to maintain two weeks old chicks healthy?

Ensure the brooder temperature is 85 degrees. This can be achieved by raising the brooder lamp a bit higher. Availability of plenty food free from moisture and water for the chicks throughout also need to be maintained. By eating and drinking anytime they feel like will help them grow healthier and fast. Ensure cleanliness prevails. This can be done by either cleaning the chicks’ house or replacing bedding material frequently.

Diseases associated with two weeks kienyeji chicks





Depression, Unsteady walk, pecking at vent, diarrhea

Control by vaccination

 Avian influenza

Discharge from eyes nostrils ,diarrhea ,swollen face, depression

Destroy sick birds

Fowl pox

Poor appetite, spreading eruption on comb, wattle nose and other featherless parts

Vaccination antibiotics


depression, poor appetite, coughing, difficulty in breathing, huddling

Vaccination antibiotics


Paralyzed wings and legs, twisted neck,clonic spasms,gasping,sneezing,coughing



Bloody diarrhea,dehydration,anemia,listlessness,ruffled feathers, stunted growth



Reasons for choosing kienyeji chicken

It is easy to start rearing kienyeji chicken since little capital is addition, Kienyeji chicken are hardy thus have better resistance to diseases. They can also forage for themselves. There is also increased demand for kienyeji meat and eggs since they are healthier and recommendable.


Housing of kienyeji chicks

Good housing is required for comfortability of the chicken and this increases production. Here are some qualities of a good housing of kienyeji chicken.

Keep the chicken safe from predators. The house and chicken runs should be free from predators that can eat them or cause damage to their bodies or interfere with their lifestyle. The house should be Free from strong wind, cold and heat. These environmental conditions when extreme may cause death or stunted growth. In terms of floor making, cemented floor is better for easy cleaning. It should not give the cleaner hard time or any difficulty. The house should have enough lighting that is enables the chicks locate the feed and waterers. The house should be well ventilated to avoid suffocation of the chicks. This means it should allow fresh air to flow in the room and ammonia from the droppings to exit. Controlled access should also be should be constructed in such a way that it controls intruders from getting in. Again, egg collection needs to be easy. The house should allow ease and quick egg collection. Finally, when keeping your birds, ensure they are not congested. There should be free space to give the birds enough space for exercise.


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Improved kienyeji ready for dispatch

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