How to Have a Profitable Chicken Farm in Mindanao: Everything you need to know.

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Lance has a successful egg business in Mindanao. He tells us exactly how he does it. The costs and the profits. Brown or white eggs? What is the best breed? How much is the feed and other considerations. At the end of the interview you will see a short video of his chickens.
“How to Have a Profitable Chicken Farm in Mindanao: Everything you need to know.

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  1. The question is…how many gosh darn roosters do you need on a chicken farm. Because around here I think they have three roosters for every chicken.

  2. Cool ! Always wondered why the eggs aren’t refrigerated, especially in a tropical climate..think he may have meant the NE part of Mindanao which is about the same latitude as Dumaguete..anyway, interesting vid..thx 🙏🏻👍🏻✌🏻🕊


  4. I’m interested in what Lance has to say about his orchard. We just planted around 40 fruit bearing trees on our land in Guimaras. We already had some of the famous mango trees that we’ve been having harvested. Hopefully we will be able to get to the point where when we finally finish our bed & breakfast we’ll be able to serve our own grown food. Also I want to thank both of you for taking the time out of your day to make this video. God bless and stay safe.

  5. Buen video señor Marron.haha. se aprende mucho de su hermano. He apredido mucho de sus gallinas. Next time fighting roosters. Take care…

  6. Wonderful interview with Lance. Good to see Lance and the egg business are doing well. Well, getting a few broilers in the bunch get you chicken dinner a few times a month…hehe Bud with your humor streak, thought during the Leghorn chicken description that we were going to get a screenshot of the cartoon character Foghorn Leghorn…hehe Thanks for the great video!

  7. Good info and vlogg of your bros’ chicken and egg farm. He and wife are successful chicken with lucrative farm .
    You have a lucrative vlogg business with the boss’ ( Gloria) help and innovations.She has her sewing

    business. You 2 are good together. You are having a great time helping the community. You go my friends.
    Keep up the good work.

  8. Hi Mr Brown , and Hi to your brother Lance great to see you again Sir Lance, Mr Brown so good to see him and I thank him for giving a really great account of owning and running a chicken farm ,I found this amazingly interesting and learned many things from your brother that I never knew before about chickens very good video and great info and tips on those subscribers thinking of rearing chicken , Sir Lance ,your wife and family and friends all stay safe and well .thank you so much was so nice seeing you again .

  9. Brings back memories. As a kid, I can remember sitting on a stool watching eggs pass by on a conveyor in front of a light bulb to see if the egg was good or bad. My dad was a poultry farmer for many years and is how he met my mother… delivering eggs!

  10. A very interesting video.In the past the Leghorn chicken was popular in Australia. The Leghorn was crossed with The Australorp chicken for commercial farms.Now majority of chickens are brown producing brown eggs.

  11. Thank you for sharing the free info I was surprised about the chickens. all farmers have to work very hard. any ways hope you and your brothers family all stay safe and healthy 💪

  12. Zero interest in all the hard work to be a farmer. BUT.. BIG interest in watching you bothers chat.
    I think it’s interesting and cool to see how 2 brothers ended up in the Philippines.
    BIG thumbs up to Bud and Lance.. I know you guys must have had good parents back in the day.

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