Top 6 Best Hatcheries in Ghana

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By Samuel Ansah

Last Updated May 3, 2023

Looking for hatcheries in Ghana to stock your poultry farm with quality day-old chicks? We have the ultimate list you can choose from. Find in this blog post-day-old chick suppliers in Ghana.

List of Hatcheries in Ghana

Olympio hatcheryKNUST, Kumasi0596027132
Aviflora LimitedShai Hills0273225280
Agro-Age Hatchery LtdAwutu Senya
Central Region
Blackman HatcheryNsawam0274222984
WAPTECH HatcheryKumasi0551888436

How to select a good hatchery if you are a breeder farmer

Breeder farmers fall in the category of fertile egg producers. They produce eggs that can into day-old chicks. They do not hold large stock, especially in Ghana. The stocking capacity on breeder farms starts from a minimum of 200. Due to the low consumption of day-old chicks from local breeders, farmers are advised not to go into large-scale breeder farm production.

To obtain good results from any hatchery

  • Check the hatchability of the hatchery from their database upon request.
  • Good incubator turning frequency. You should ask this question.
  • Standby electricity support. In Africa, we don’t have a stable electricity supply, so you have made an inquiry about the electricity contingency plan.
  • Availability of cold room storage.
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About Olympio Hatchery

Olympio hatchery is located opposite Pizzaman on the Mango Road in Kumasi, Animal Science department. Olympio hatchery tops the hatcheries in Ghana. Olympio hatchery runs research and helps breeder farmers with issues of poor hatchability in day-old chick production.

If you have issues with poor hatchability as a breeder or an existing hatchery company, you fall on Olympio Hatchery for the needed support.

About WAPTECH Hatchery

Aside from hatchery management and production, this company also manufactures incubators and servicing hatchery machines.


  • The hatcheries contribute only 30% to the hatchability success of day-old chicks; if you are a breeder farmer, take not of these
    1. Don’t leave your fertile eggs on the farms. Store in cold rooms of temperature about 16 degrees Celsius.
    2. Feed your birds early in the morning.
    3. Ensure quality feeds are supplied to the birds with adequate water.


These are the hatcheries in Ghana actively in production. For any suggestions, leave a comment below if you like this share. How to Start a poultry farm in Ghana

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