Mr. Khun Kimsour is the owner of an egg chicken farm located in Popal Khe Village, Otaki Commune, Thmor Kol District, Battambang Province. The farm owner has been raising chickens for eggs since 2008, raising about 3 hectares of land and about 300 chickens. This initial start-up cost him about $ 1,500. This is according to the publication of the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Battambang Province.
According to the same source, Kim Sour’s egg farm has been operating for 12 years so far. With the initial start-up, there were only a few trials, but the growth was quite profitable, so he continued to expand the business gradually until now, the farm in Battambang has expanded to 12 farms. Small and large on an area of about 13 hectares.
Today, his farm has grown to 60,000 chickens and can supply between 40,000 and 50,000 eggs a day, he said.
Mr. Khun Kimsour also revealed that his income from the business of raising eggs, he can earn between $ 3,000 to $ 4,000 per day.
“Success so far does not mean that I have never had a problem, I have encountered a lot, because I originally raised chickens to sell meat for a while, then the market is not good and I decided to change. Come feed the chickens and get the eggs back. And raising chickens for eggs is not easy, it requires us to know the technique. However, no matter what the business, there are all the risks, it depends on whether we do it from the heart or follow our desires. If we do it out of true love, we will not give up, no matter how difficult it may be, and we will find every way to solve those problems. ” This is the words of Khun Kim Sour, the owner of a chicken farm that lays eggs.