Producer of Al Raji Chicks & Feed Established in 2011, Al Raji Chicks &  Feed  is a leading Poultry Feed and Chicks manufacturing and supplier company in Bangladesh. 

Brand Name :

Al Raji Chicks

Al Raji Feeds

Products :

Poultry feed

Cattle Feed

Fish feed

Day Old Chicks (DOC)

Major Markets :

Kustia, Jessore, Khulna, Jhenaidah, Barisal, Bhola, Patuakhali, Satkhira, Bagerhat, Jhalokhathi,
Tangail, Mymensingh, Jamalpur, Sherpur, Kishorgonj, Norsingdi, B-Baria, Shylet, Comilla,
Chandpur, Noakhali, Laxmipur, Chittagonj, Coxbazar, Chapai Nawabganj, Rajshahi, Pabna and
some areas of North Bengal.


Bangladesh is an agro-based developing country and the growth and sustainability of agricultural
production are prerequisite for attaining the rate of overall growth of the economy. Livestock is an
important sub-sector of agriculture. Poultry is one of the major components of livestock sub-sectors
that committed to supply cheap sources of good quality nutritious animal protein to the nation.
Poultry farming has turned out to be promising dynamic enterprise with enormous potential for rapid

poverty reduction in Bangladesh. Poultry farming provides a substantial economic contribution and
generates self-employment opportunities for the unemployed youth generation. A noticeable
development has been taken place in poultry farming in Bangladesh. Table 1 shows the growth
trend of the poultry population of Bangladesh over the past few years. It is observed from the table
that the increasing rate is satisfactory throughout the period with little exception. 

The overall contribution of the broad agriculture sector at constant price was 19.95 percent of GDP in 2010/11
(BER 2011). In agriculture sector, contribution of crops, livestock and forestry were 11.24, 2.57 and
1.71%, respectively. Commercial or intensive poultry farming has now turned into a profitable
business in Bangladesh. Poultry industry in Bangladesh has made significant progress during the
last two decades where commercial poultry started in 1980 in Bangladesh. Chowdhury (2013) stated
that commercial poultry increased significantly during 1980-1990 (6%) and 1990-2000 (8%) in this
country.Sonali chicken, the crossbred of Fayoumi female and RIR (Rhode Island Red) male
developed in 1986, has been reported to perform better with respect to egg and meat production,
rapid growth and low mortality under scavenging, semi- scavenging and intensive farming system. It
has been taking its place besides the indigenous hens due to its adaptability and acceptability in the
climatic conditions of Bangladesh. Sonali, with a phenotypic appearance similar to local chicken has
higher market demand than exotic breed. As an important segment of livestock production, the
Sonali chicken industry in Bangladesh is considered a great avenue for the economic growth and
simultaneously creates numerous employment opportunities. About 76 percent of Sonali beneficiary
has improved their conditionsby rearing this type of poultry (Hossen et al.