Peter Meijer

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Posted By in AgriProFocus Uganda
Posted 13 November 2017 at 02:45

Job Vacancy

We are looking for:

· Men / women

· Bachelor or master degree in livestock feed / animal nutrition.

· Max. 4 year working experience (mandatory)

· Living in Uganda 

· Feeling for research about and distribution of the Feed Calculator; an app for poultry and pig farmers to formulate their own feed formulations.


Anne Marie Kortleve Thanks for sharing Peter! My colleague Marion Alyek can spread your request through our social media channels!

4 weeks 1 day ago

Peter Meijer That would be great

4 weeks 11 hours ago

Posted By in AgriProFocus Mali
Posted 5 October 2017 at 12:10

Dans deux semaines, nous allons lancer le Feed Calculator, une application innovante pour les volailles afin d'optimiser leurs propres recettes d'alimentation et donc réduire considérablement leurs coûts d'alimentation. L'application sera gratuite pour les agriculteurs <1000 poulets.

Voir cette animation pour une brève explication. https://youtu.be/v48kFG62S0k

Mes questions sont les suivantes:

- Est-il commun en Tanzanie de faire votre propre alimentation de volaille?

- Existe-t-il des magasins où vous pouvez acheter différents ingrédients d'aliments pour volailles (par exemple, farine de soja, farine de poisson, son de riz, prémélange, DL-méthionine, etc.)

En attendant si quelqu'un peut répondre à ces questions.

Peter Meijer

Posted By in AgriProFocus Tanzania
Posted 5 October 2017 at 12:06

In two weeks time we will launch the Feed Calculator, an innovative app for poultry farmers to optimize their own feed recipes and therefore reduce their feed cost dramatically. The app will be for free for farmers with <1000 birds.

Just see this animation for a short explanation. https://youtu.be/v48kFG62S0k

My questions are:

- Is it common in Tanzania to make your own poultry feed?

- Are there shops where you can buy different poultry feed ingredients at once (eg. soya bean meal, fish meal, rice bran, premix, DL-methionine etc.)

Looking forward if somebody can answer these questions.

Regards

Peter Meijer

Faraja Augustino Not common to make it. Shops are available to shop those material. 

1 month 4 weeks ago

Peter Meijer Thank you Faraja.

1 month 4 weeks ago

Posted By in AgriProFocus Uganda
Posted 5 October 2017 at 12:05

In two weeks time we will launch the Feed Calculator, an innovative app for poultry farmers to optimize their own feed recipes and therefore reduce their feed cost dramatically. The app will be for free for farmers with <1000 birds.

Just see this animation for a short explanation. https://youtu.be/v48kFG62S0k

My questions are:

- Is it common in Uganda to make your own poultry feed?

- Are there shops where you can buy different poultry feed ingredients at once (eg. soya bean meal, fish meal, rice bran, premix, DL-methionine etc.)

Looking forward if somebody can answer these questions.

Regards

Peter Meijer

PHIONAH KYOMUHENDO Hi Peter. I think that feed calculator will save us a lot via feeding the chicken. it is very common in Uganda to make our own feed for chicken especially when they are two months and beyond. and shop are of course available who sell all those mixing components for farmers countrywide. I have sued some myself

1 month 3 weeks ago

Peter Meijer Thank you Phionah Kyomuhendo!

1 month 2 weeks ago

Posted By in AgriProFocus Uganda
Posted 5 October 2017 at 12:04

In two weeks time we will launch the Feed Calculator, an innovative app for poultry farmers to optimize their own feed recipes and therefore reduce their feed cost dramatically. The app will be for free for farmers with <1000 birds.

Just see this animation for a short explanation. https://youtu.be/v48kFG62S0k

My questions are:

- Is it common in Kenya to make your own poultry feed?

- Are there shops where you can buy different poultry feed ingredients at once (eg. soya bean meal, fish meal, rice bran, premix, DL-methionine etc.)

Looking forward if somebody can answer these questions.

Regards

Peter Meijer

Posted By in AgriProFocus Myanmar
Posted 5 October 2017 at 12:03

In two weeks time we will launch the Feed Calculator, an innovative app for poultry farmers to optimize their own feed recipes and therefore reduce their feed cost dramatically. The app will be for free for farmers with <1000 birds.

Just see this animation for a short explanation. https://youtu.be/v48kFG62S0k

My questions are:

- Is it common in Myanmar to make your own poultry feed?

- Are there shops where you can buy different poultry feed ingredients at once (eg. soya bean meal, fish meal, rice bran, premix, DL-methionine etc.)

Looking forward if somebody can answer these questions.

Regards

Peter Meijer

Bente Meindertsma Dear Peter, Thank you for your interest in Myanmar. Maybe someone from De Heus or Fresh Studio could help you with this question, they are both involved in developing the poultry sector in Myanmar. 

2 months 5 days ago

Peter Meijer Dear Bente, thank you for your reply. I will contact Fresh Studio, I didn't know them.

2 months 5 days ago

Peter Meijer Thank you Bente, we are now in contact with Fresh Studio.

1 month 2 weeks ago

Posted By in AgriProFocus Kenya
Posted 5 October 2017 at 11:51

In two weeks time we will launch the Feed Calculator, an innovative app for poultry farmers to optimize their own feed recipes and therefore reduce their feed cost dramatically. The app will be for free for farmers with <1000 birds.

Just see this animation for a short explanation. https://youtu.be/v48kFG62S0k

My questions are:

- Is it common in Kenya to make your own poultry feed?

- Are there shops where you can buy different poultry feed ingredients at once (eg. soya bean meal, fish meal, rice bran, premix, DL-methionine etc.)

Looking forward if somebody can answer these questions.

Regards

Peter Meijer


Posted By in AgriProFocus Indonesia
Posted 5 October 2017 at 11:49

Dalam waktu 2 minggu, kami akan meluncurkan Feed Calculator, sebuah apps untuk peternak ayam agar bisa mengoptimalisasikan resep pakan yang dibuat sendiri, sehingga pengeluaran untuk pakan bisa menurun signifikan. Aplikasi ini gratis untuk peternak yang memiliki <1000 unggas.</p>

Berikut penjelasan singkat aplikasi dalam animasi https://youtu.be/v48kFG62S0k

Pertanyaan saya adalah:

- Apakah umum di Indonesia peternak membuat pakan sendiri?

- Apakah ada toko bahan pakan dimana peternak dapat membeli bahan pakan yang berbeda sekaligus (misalnya bungkil kedelai, tepung ikan, dedak/bekatul, premix, DL-methionin, dll)?

Saya nantikan jawaban Anda.

Salam,

Peter Meijer
www.feedcalculator.com

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In two weeks time we will launch the Feed Calculator, an innovative app for poultry farmers to optimize their own feed recipes and therefore reduce their feed cost dramatically. The app will be for free for farmers with <1000 birds.</p>

Just see this animation for a short explanation. https://youtu.be/v48kFG62S0k

My questions are:

- Is it common

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Nanik Rahmawati Yes, farmer can make own poultry feed for their own use. But no chemichal ingredient are used.farmer can buy fish, soya bean, rice at the traditional market

2 months 4 days ago

Peter Meijer Hi Nanik. Do these farmers then use premix in their feed?  To get the necessary quantity of Lysine etc. 

2 months 4 days ago

Alexander Saba Good morning Sorry just reply, we are now still in incubation by kinara Indonesia (fund from investing in woman & Australian embassy) for Vet-Herb product development in Manhattan Hotel Kuningan, Jakarta It is uncommon in Indonesia chicken farmers to mix their own food, usually already in the form of pellets from the factory. Many poultry shop shops selling corn, bran, and soybeans separately. People in west java & central java call poultry shop as “PS”. In Bandung one of the biggest Sukses PS on the road rajawali bandung (next to the gas station) is quite complete selling corn, soybeans, bran apart Yes it has been watched animation feed calculator very good J   NB :  Poultry breeders in Indonesia breed average chicken above 1000 ekor. Thank you Thank you

1 month 3 weeks ago

Tanfidzul Khoiri Halo peterSaya khoiri peternak kambing domba asal madiun jawa timurUntuk pakan kambing domba saya susun sendiri.Dan di tempat kami sangat mudah mendapatkan bahan pakan. Berupa limbah pertanian dan industri.Tempat pengujian kandungan bahan pakan juga tersedia di dinas peternakan kota blitar dengan harga yang terjangkau.Saya sangat berminat terhadap aplikasi penyusunan ransum pakan tersebut.Terima kasih

1 month 2 weeks ago

AgriProFocus Indonesia Translation for Tanfidzul Khoiri’s comment above: Halo Peter,  I am Khoiri, a sheep and goat farmer from Madiun in East Java. In my area, its quite easy to get ingredients for cattle feed. Usually from agriculture waste or industry. Department of Animal Husbandry in Blitar also provide a facilities to test the content of feed ingredients with affordable cost. I am very interested of this apps to apply the composition of ingredients for feed.  

1 month 2 weeks ago

Posted By in AgriProFocus Ethiopia
Posted 5 October 2017 at 11:48

Are you in the Ethiopian Poultry Sector?

In two weeks time we will launch the Feed Calculator, an innovative app for poultry farmers to optimize their own feed recipes and therefore reduce their feed cost dramatically. The app will be for free for farmers with <1000 birds.

 Just see this animation for a short explanation. https://youtu.be/v48kFG62S0k 

My questions are:

- Is it common in Ethiopia to make your own poultry feed?

- Are there shops where you can buy different poultry feed ingredients at once (eg. soya bean meal, fish meal, rice bran, premix, DL-methionine etc.) 

Looking forward if somebody can answer these questions. 

Regards

Peter Meijer


Gizaw Legesse Dear Peter Meijer, As far as I know there is little or no trend in making poultry feed by the farmers in Ethiopia. I also think there are no shops who sale all ingredients together - that could be one of the reasons that farmers do not make their own feed, but not knowing the chemistry is also the major challenge. There are only few feed producers who are also somehow located in one place, Bishoftu - some 50KMs from Addis. I saw the video and the feed calculator App is really great. If you didn't yet, however, I suggest you make contact with some people who are working in the sector to give them the chance to review the App in Ethiopian context. You can contact Ethiopian Netherlands Trade for Agricultural Growth (ENTAG) who runs the poultry platform in Ethiopia:  https://entag.org  ----- And another suggestion is to make the video translated to Amharic. (I will share your post on AgriProFocus Facebook page.) Good luck on the launching!!

2 months 4 days ago

Peter Meijer Thank you Gizaw!

2 months 3 days ago