Layer Breeder

Layer Breeder

Layer Breeder

Commercial layer breeding

Srinivasa Farms is reputed for having the finest poultry infrastructures in the country. Our core operations are strategically located in Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam, Vijayawada and Namakkal and heading for expansion country wide. Our facilities constitute of  separate brooding, growing and laying sheds, cold storage rooms for hatching eggs, farms and hatcheries for layer and broiler breeders, feed and disease testing laboratories with modern analytical and diagnostic tools.

We are uncompromising in our control and monitoring of the production cycle. From the arrival of chicks/raw material to dispatch to our customers, biosecurity measures are stringently followed.

Srinivasa Farms & Hyline International

A Strategic Partnership

Srinivasa Farms entered into a strategic partnership with Hy-Line International, the world leader in layer poultry genetics. We have begun distribution of Hy-Line commercial layers throughout India, since August 2017. Hy-Line was the first poultry breeding company to apply the principles of hybridization to commercial layer breeding.

This partnership is a big step towards increasing food security in India and  for production and distribution of the genetically superior/ cost efficient Hy-Line layers, to feed the growing population of India.

W-80 Commercial layer bird

Robust, Prolific, Strong Performance in Alternative Systems, Long Single-Cycle Lay

The Hy-Line W-80 is a robust white egg layer for all housing systems and environments. This bird delivers prolific egg numbers, excellent egg shell strength, and strong performance under challenging environments and low-density feed rations.

The W-80 is adaptable to alternative production systems and remains calm for easy management. For markets requiring a larger egg size, the W-80 Plus gives producers the same great traits with an egg weight profile two grams heavier.

Its persistency for long single-cycle lay means more eggs on five grams less feed. Producers gain more profitability with a feed savings of approximately two kilograms per bird per year versus competing brands.