As part of ISCA sustainability efforts, project staff in Haiti identified the need for producing local laying hens. To address this, ISCA members were in Haiti a month ago to assist local project staff in establishing a small egg hatching pilot, with the goal of having the ability to replace the laying flock. Two incubators were set up in the Agro shop, eggs collected by the project’s agrologist (Kency) and under the care of the shop keeper (Wilfred) while in the incubator. We are excited that the pilot has been a big success as you will see from these new arrivals! Thanks to the hard work of Kency and Wildred!
Update Written by ISCA-AIDC Chair Lloyd Dalziel