1. Early Maturity - Kuroiler chickens start
laying eggs at 5 months. At 4 months,
they are ready to be sold as broilers.
2. Kuroiler chicken lay
continuously for 2years, At 4 months, Kuroiler birds being
raised for meat will weigh 3.5kgs for
Kuroiler rooters and 2.5kgs for hens.
3. Cheaper production costs. - Kuroiler
chicken can be reared in free-range or
semi free-range conditions of their
indigenous counterparts. They can live
entirely on kitchen remains agricultural
waste and scavenging for worms and
other insects. This means even poor
farmers can manage to raise Kuroiler
chicken without straining, hence
improving their livelihoods.
4. Hardy. - Kurouiler chicken can survive
in harsh climates, whether cold or hot.
This means poultry farmers in arid and
semi-arid areas can keep Kuroiler
5. Scavenge this means if
good scavenging conditions exist, they
will gain weight faster, produce more
eggs at low or zero cost of chicken