Home Gladys Towbola shares tips for small-scale poultry producers Broilers are market-ready at six weeks. Small-scale producers tend to sell live chickens, whereas commercial farmers usually send their birds to abattoirs.

Broilers are market-ready at six weeks. Small-scale producers tend to sell live chickens, whereas commercial farmers usually send their birds to abattoirs.

Female farmer Gladys ’Nana‘ Towbola of Peezel Farms in Gauteng

Broilers are market-ready at six weeks. Small-scale producers tend to sell live chickens, whereas commercial farmers usually send their birds to abattoirs.

Gladys ’Nana‘ Towbola of Peezel Farms in Gauteng.

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