1.The composition of the cost of white feather broiler breeding
The breeding cost of white feather broiler is mainly divided into two categories: direct cost and indirect cost:
– Direct costs are affected by factors such as enterprise production technology, feed costs, etc.;
– Indirect costs equal to fixed inputs
According to the cost composition of large-scale white feather broiler farms, it can be seen that feed cost, chick cost and labor cost are the top three costs;
The three together accounted for 91.5% of the total cost
2.The cost of feed
Broiler feed is mainly composed of various nutritional additives such as corn, soybean meal, oil, fish meal, etc.
Corn and soybean meal are the most important ingredients, and they account for about 82%-87% of feed ingredients;
The feed formulations used by broilers at different stages are also different.
3.The cost of chicks
Due to the intergenerational and multiplication coefficients, the costing methods of chicks for grandparent chicken farms, parent chicken farms and commercial chicken farms are also different;
But no matter what type of farm it is, the cost of chicks is the second largest cost of breeding after the cost of feed;
From the perspective of commercial generation farms, the cost of chicks accounts for 12.2% of the cost of each broiler;
The cost of chicks is accounted for after apportionment;
According to the reproduction coefficient of parental broiler chickens, a set of parental chickens can produce 110 commercial chickens;
The cost of chicks is similar to that of the parents, and is also amortized according to the multiplication coefficient;
According to the reproduction coefficient of grandparent chickens, a set of grandparent chickens can produce 45 sets of commercial generation chicks;
The introduction price of grandparent chicks has always been relatively fixed – generally at $30/set.