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Selected Census Results of the Layer Chicken Farms, the Year 1391

 

 

 

Important findings

 

The Number of Layer Chicken Farms

 

The results of this survey show there were 1350 chicken farms raising layer chicken in the country out of which a number of 1133 chicken farms were operative and 217 units were inoperative. The provinces of   East Azarbayejan, Khorasan-e-Razavi, and Qom had the highest number of chicken farms in comparison with other provinces.

 

 

 

Activity Status of Layer Chicken Farms, the Year 1391

 

Number and Capacity of the Poultry Halls

 

The results show that there were 4358 halls with 71 million layer chickens in the layer chicken farms in the country out of which 590 halls had full automatic cage system with the capacity of 14 million chickens, 2577 halls had semi-automatic cage system with the capacity of 44 million layer chickens, and 1191 halls had simple cage system with 13 million layer chickens.

 

The Number of Layer Chickens and the Number and Value of Pullet in the Hall

 

The results of the survey show that in the beginning of the year 1391 there were 28 million layer chickens and 25 million pullets with the value of 1686 billion Rials in the halls of chicken farms. In the end of the year 1390, there were about 15 million layer chickens and 24 million pullets in the halls of chicken farms.

 

The Quantity and Value of Production

 

In the year 1390, the quantity and value of production of layer chicken farms were 559 thousand tons edible eggs (including shell-less egg) with the value of 12132 billion Rials, 16 thousand pullets with the value of 181 billion Rials, and 397 thousand tons manure with the value of 127 billion Rials. It is necessary to mention that according to the reviews and information obtained from the completed questionnaires of the survey, the provinces of Tehran, Qazvin, and Qom experienced decrease in the production of edible egg and shell-less egg due to the bird flu epidemic in the beginning of the year 1390 in comparison with the preceding year.

 

 

The Value of Products of Layer Chicken Farms, the Year 1390

 

The Quantity and Value of Feed Consumed by Chicken

 

The total feed consumed by the layer chickens in the year 1390 was more than 1.2 million tons. Moreover, the value of this consumed feed was 8249 billion Rials out of which 284 billion Rials was for other feed consumed by the layer chicken.

  

 

The Value of Feed and Other Consumed Feed in the Layer Chicken Farms

 

 

 

 

Number of Employees and Paid Salaries

 

The number of workers in the layer chickens farms in the year 1390 was 9478 out of whom 8324 were paid workers and 1154 were unpaid workers. The paid workers included 7818 males and 506 females and unpaid workers consisted of 1141 males and 13 females. The amount of paid salaries and other payments to the workers of the mentioned chicken farms were 521 billion Rials in the cited year.

 

 

Important Notes

 

1.     The review of the time series information of layer chicken farms shows there was an 18% decrease in egg production in the year compared to the previous year due to the bird flu outbreak in the first half of the year 1390 in the leading provinces which possess the greatest shares in egg production. The provinces of Tehran, Qazvin, and Qom experienced a 53% decrease (about 137 thousand tons) due to the mentioned disease.

 

2.     During the survey, 73 chicken farms were not surveyed due to the noncooperation or inaccessibility of the informed respondent. The capacity of these chicken farms was 3 million chickens and their egg production was 37 thousand tons in the year 1390.  It is recommended that the users consider these missing figures in their own researches.

 

Changes in the Number and Activity Status of Layer Chicken Farms, the Years 1370-1391

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Changes in the Edible Egg Production in the Layer Chicken Farms,
the Years 1374-1390

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Changes in the Number of Layer Chicken Farms' Halls, the Years 1370-1391

 

1. Number and Activity Status of Chicken Farms, the Years 1370-1391

 

Description

1370

1375

1378

1380

1382

1385

1388

1390

1391

Total

881

1023

1270

1321

1339

1350

1380

1350

1350

Operative chicken farms

698

955

1190

1102

1012

1042

1210

1112

1133

Inoperative chicken farms

183

68

175

304

402

390

170

238

217

 

 

2. Edible Egg Production in the Layer Chicken Farms, the Years 1374-1390 (Tons)

 

Year

Production

1374............................................

411131

1377............................................

434615

1379............................................

506192

1381............................................

571017

1384............................................

576478

1387............................................

725367

1389............................................

686531

1390 ...........................................

558659

 

3.     Layer Chicken Farms  by Activity Status, the Years  1390-1391

 

Description

Total

Operative

Inoperative

The year 1390

The year 1391

The year 1390

The year 1391

Total country

1350

1112

1133

238

217

 

 

 

4.     Capacity of the  Layer Chicken Farms by Activity Status, the Years
 1390-1391                                                                                    (Fowl)

 

Description

Total

1391

Total

1390

Operative

Inoperative

Operative

Inoperative

Total country

71113421

62207891

8905530

71113421

60209011

10904410

 

5.     The Number and Capacity of Halls with Different Types of Cage Systems,  the Year 1391

 

Description

Full automatic

Semi-automatic

Simple cage

Number of halls

Cage capacity

Number of halls

Cage capacity

Number of halls

Cage capacity

Total country

590

13970890

2577

43711858

1191

13430673

 

6.     The Quantity of  the Different Types of Products, the Year 1391, (Ton)

 

Description

Edible Egg

(shell-less eggs)

Culled chickens

Manure

Total country

558659

16315

397089

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