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Broiler breeder and layer farms
Our farms are located in Akkar, Bechtoudar, Rechdebbine, Hjoula, Cheryeta, Zebdine, Dael and Edde. All flocks in Hawa Chicken are raised based on international standards and as described in their catalogs. Our team takes special care of each chick to ensure it grows well and reach the height of performance and productivity. Our agriculture engineers work to ensure the best conditions for our flocks and pay attention to all management details. We take into consideration the importance of bio-security to get our flocks away from any challenges. Hawa Chicken has strict separation among farms that helps to prevent diseases and successfully keep our flocks safe from infection and maintain bio-security standards.
We have also created a fully automated vaccination and bio-security system to promote optimal health.
As result of our good work, Hawa Chicken secures first-ever entry to the Ross 140 Club that is awarded to customers who have achieved a breeder performance of greater than 140 chicks per hen housed at 60 weeks of age and we maintained this result for several consecutive flock.

Broiler Farms
At our broiler farms, chickens are raised exclusively for meat production. Hawa Chicken's broiler farms are located throughout Lebanon, with the main site in Akkar. We also raise the parent stock, which produce the fertilized eggs that will be used for chicken production.
Hawa Chicken is keen to support Lebanese agriculture. This is why we have partnered with local farmers in a community enriching chicken-raising initiative. We supply the farmers with birds, feed, technical expertise, and veterinary services that ensure they meet our high standards while empowering them with a livelihood. This partnership has helped boost the economic development of rural areas all over Lebanon.

Commercial Layer Farms
At Hawa Chicken's layer farms, hens are raised solely for commercial egg production. For optimal hygiene the feed, water distribution, air supply, and egg collection are mechanically automated. This means that the only time employees go near the flock is for quality-assurance and safety testing.
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