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Free range chicken farming refers to growing poultry that are not are not detained inside coops. They are free to loiter in a large fenced or open area.
There is a big difference between free range chicken and the normal poultry farming that hundreds to thousands of poultry are contained inside the building.
Breeds used in free range chicken farming are also different from those housed chickens. Breeds commonly applied to free range chicken farming are Kabir and Sasso chicken and they grow little bit slower than those inside the poultry house, but bigger and heavier.
Some free range chicken farmers also use native chicken breeds like Jolo and other native cross breeds.
Free range chickens often associated with organic growing as the animals can eat insects and not relying solely on animal feed.
Some people prefer free range chicken meat than the normal 45-day old poultry because their diet is different and the meat quality is better.
The following videos will help you understand how to start and manage a free range chicken business in the Philippines.