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close this bookThe Intensive Poultry Farming Industry in the Sahelian Zone (CDI, 1996, 56 p.)
View the document(introduction...)
close this folder1. INTENSIVE POULTRY FARMING IN THE SAHELIAN ZONE
View the document1.1. Introduction
close this folder1.2. General information on intensive poultry farming
View the document1.2.1. What is intensive poultry farming?
View the document1.2.2. Poultry - a living machine
View the document1.2.3. Choice of breed
View the document1.3. Criteria for assessing productivity in poultry farming
close this folder2. SUB-SETS OF INTENSIVE POULTRY FARMING
close this folder2.1. Preliminary remarks
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View the document2.1.1. Housing
View the document2.1.2. Environmental requirements
View the document2.1.3. Poultry farming equipment
View the document2.1.4. Biosecurity
View the document2.1.5. Staff training
View the document2.2. The production of broilers
close this folder2.3. Feed manufacturing
View the document2.3.1. Balanced feeding
View the document2.3.2. Raw materials
View the document2.3.3. The feed milling plant
View the document2.3.4. Quality Control
View the document2.4. The hatchery
View the document2.5. Production of eggs for consumption
View the document2.6. The production of eggs for hatching
View the document2.7. The poultry abattoir
View the document2.8. Integration of the poultry industry
View the document2.9. The production of egg trays
close this folder3. QUESTIONNAIRE
View the document3.1. Evaluation indicators
View the document3.2. Market information
View the document3.3. Assessing raw material requirements
View the document3.4. Investment required
View the document3.5. Assessing the competition
View the document3.6. Integration in the poultry farming industry
close this folder4. SUPPLIERS TO THE POULTRY FARMING INDUSTRY
View the document4.1. Breed suppliers
View the document4.2. Suppliers of hatcheries
View the document4.3. Suppliers of abattoirs
View the document4.4. Suppliers of feed manufacturing plants
View the document4.5. Suppliers of premixes and/or vit/min concentrates
View the document4.6. Suppliers of poultry farming equipment
View the document4.7. Suppliers of equipment for egg trays
View the document4.8. Poultry farming fairs
View the document4.9. Professional training centres
View the document5. WORKS CONSULTED
View the document6. A TOOL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES IN ACP COUNTRIES
View the documentFACILITIES IN SUPPORT OF THE CREATION, EXPANSION, DIVERSIFICATION, REHABILITATION OR PRIVATISATION OF INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES
View the documentTHE CDI'S ACP ANTENNAE NETWORK
View the documentBACK COVER

6. A TOOL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES IN ACP COUNTRIES


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The CDI's services are easily accessible and are subdivided into four facilities (see table) to support the different stages in the creation, expansion and rehabilitation of industrial companies. In this framework, the CDI intervenes, free of charge, providing its own expertise, or makes a non-reimbursible financial contribution. The CDI does not finance the investment of the project but helps to seek out and put together a financing package.

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