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Contact Us

S.J Blake

Blake Poultry Farm
Little Overwood Farm
Langore
Launceston
Cornwall
PL15 8LD

 

Phone : 01566 775366
Fax : 01566 775366

 

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Click here for directions


Feeding Poultry - Meeting their needs

henhouseBlake Poultry Farm stocks poultry meal, this comes in 20 Kg bags. The protein level of the feed is 17%, which is a good quality feed as required to nourish young birds that are still growing and are going to start producing eggs.

 

A layers meal is used throughout lay and we would recommend not going below 16% protein.

 

The only other feed requirement is Oyster Shell. This can also be purchased from us. Oyster Shell gives the bird extra calcium to help shell quality.

 

You may also feed your birds extras (but not more than 10% of their diet) particularly anything green, for instance cabbage or lettuce as the green gives the yolk a deeper colour. Ample fresh water should be available at all times.

Wood shavings are also available from our stock. These are used as bedding and in the nest area, although you can use straw or chopped card if you wish. We also stock egg trays and boxes.

 

If you want further advice please call us on 01566 775366


Poultry - Health Issues

chicken health2The pullets at Blake Poultry Farm are vaccinated following a vaccination programme prepared by St David’s Poultry Vets. This includes the Salmonella vaccine. A full breakdown of vaccines can be obtained on request.

 

All birds comply with legislation on Salmonella testing and Salmonella Certificates are available on request.

 

Perching facilities are available to the birds during rear to make the transition to the laying house with perches easier.

 

All Blake Poultry Farm pullets are hybrid birds that give a good egg production. They are brown egg layers.

 

The Blake Poultry Farm premises are Freedom Food and BEIC (Lion Code) Approved giving you the assurance of a quality pullet.


Full information on poultry health issues are available at www.chickenvet.co.uk


 

Directions to Blake Poultry Farm

farm withsignTo ensure you do not have a wasted journey please contact us before leaving home.

 

From Launceston take the road (towards Bude) up St Stephen's Hill.

At the top of the hill, by St Stephen's Church take the road on the left towards Egloskerry/Langore.

 

Continue for approximately 1.5 miles before turning right towards Langore (at signpost).

 

Continue through the village until you arrive at the Blake Poultry Farm on the right, just before the end of the 30 mph speed limit.


Blake Poultry Farm
Little Overwood Farm
Langore
Launceston
Cornwall
PL15 8LD

 

Phone : 01566 775366
Fax : 01566 775366