Know about Noilers
Noilers are a cross between RIR and broiler breeders. The breed was engineered in Kenya and the result was named KUROILER. The fertile eggs from these broiler breeders were imported into Nigeria by AMO Farm which they in turn named Noiler after hatching the eggs.
Noilers are beautiful birds which attain table size within 14 weeks with a weight of 2-2.5kg. They look very much like local chickens only that they’re much bigger, meatier and they also have this natural flavour in their meat.
Noilers come in 4 distinct colours White, Barred back, black and brown. They don’t consume as much as broilers and can be allowed to free-range. Noiler hens are not good egg layers as they lay only 3-4times a week.
The hens can either be raised for meat or for eggs if you’re the type that loves fresh farm eggs. Noilers come unsexed from the hatchery. This means males and females are sold together in a transport carton. Unsexed means it is difficult to distinguish males from females till they reach 4-6 weeks