Our latest brown egg layer, TETRA SL LL is selected for longer laying up to 100 weeks of age.
Her tolerance against management conditions and her livability is the same as our popular TETRA SL brown layer. Perform well in both cage and alternative system under various climatic conditions.
Her strenght is in long persistency, which prolong traditional egg production period economically.
TETRA SL LL can be kept until 90 weeks of age (or even longer), while she lays 410 good external and internal quality eggs, with 107-110 g/hen feed consumption.
TETRA SL is our most popular brown egg layer. She has outstanding resistance against climatic and management conditions, the highest livability on the market and excellent egg quality. These properties make her market leader in many European countries.
The autosexable TETRA SL ensure high performance under both cage and alternative systems, therefore it is satisfies different market sectors.
Concerning feed conversion rate she is competitive with any other brown egg layers on the market.
TETRA SL hybrid produces 357 good quality eggs to 80 weeks of age with long peak period and high intensity (95-96%).
TETRA BLANCA, our white egg layer which is suitable for both industrial and table egg production irrespectively of the management system.
Very low feed consumption and feed conversion makes her the most economical choice for egg processors.
Mature early and produce evenly sized 350 eggs until 80 weeks of age. Eggs have excellent shell quality, high dry matter content and Haugh Unit, which attracts consumers of white table eggs.
TETRA L Superb is a white feathered layer with early maturity and high number of eggs. She has slightly heavier body weight than Leghorns and better persistency. Very adaptable to technological conditions and easy to keep in alternative systems.
She lays 405-410 good quality eggs until 90 weeks of age with strong egg shell. With higher individual egg weight and more egg mass per bird TETRA L Superb is the best choice for industrial purpose.
This pretty, black feathered, brown egg layer is internationally popular and originates from the USA.
Her egg producing ability is excellent, she lays 335 eggs until 80 weeks of age under alternative farming conditions.
HARCO brown layer has excellent livability and tolerates minor deficiencies of feeding and/or technology.
Attractive, white and brown feathered, brown egg layer. Her eggs are mainly size M, evenly dark brown, its shell strength and storage life is exceptionally good. Egg production is competitive with any other brown layer on the market.
TETRA AMBER has high livability robustness and well feathered body, which makes her suitable for alternative management systems.
TINT was developed for the production of cream-colored eggs. This cream color is very popular in many third world countries. TINT is a white-feathered bird, and it is suitable for industrial egg production. It is characterized by a good egg production, egg weight and excellent feed conversion.
TETRA H is bred for egg and meat production, ideal for small scale family farms.
It is suitable for replacing indigenous breeds, production parameters and low cost of feeding guarantee economical farming.
Males have better meat production than females, with slow growth intensity, 1.5-1.7 kilograms liveweight can be reached at 84 days of age.
Females are needed to be kept longer as they grow even slower than males. Liveweight is around 2 kilograms at 20 weeks of age; egg production is 200-220 during 60 weeks of production.
SUPER HARCO is a dual purpose bird. Commercial hybrid has black feathers, and medium heavy body weight.
Both genders are slow-growing, produces premium quality meat product, which best retailed in whole body. Males reach 1.6-1.8 kilograms liveweight at 84 days of age, while females suggested to be kept for longer (up to 20 weeks).
SUPER HARCO hens produces adequate number of brown eggs, with modest feed consumption, therefore she is a sustainable choice for small scale family farms.
TETRA HB Color (HB = home broiler) is a red feathered, medium-growing meat type chicken.
The main goals while developing this new hybrid were the production of premium quality meat, low feed conversion and balanced growing.
With very low mortality, average liveweight of a female is 2.5, while males reach 3.5 kilograms at 70 days of age. Free range system improves meat quality and decrease abdominal fat as well provides product for niche markets.