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Chicken For The Dining Room Table

Updated on November 11, 2014

Chicken Salad Mayonnaise Sandwich

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Chicken Mayonnaise Sandwich

Chicken is a very healthy food and can be cooked many ways.The easiest is a chicken mayonnaise sandwich or toasted if you prefer.

Chicken Mayonnaise Sandwich

Prep time: 5 min
Ready in: 5 min
Yields: one person

The Sandwich Ingredients

  • left over chicken
  • 2 slices bread
  • mayonnaise
  • salad of your choice
  • butter


  1. Chop the left over chicken into small pieces, and mix with the mayonnaise and salad. Butter the bread and add the mixture in between the two slices of bread.
  2. If preferred the bread can be toasted.

Chicken Mayonnaise Sandwich Nutrition Information

Nutrition Facts
Calories 334
Calories from Fat0
% Daily Value *
Saturated fat 3 g15%
Sodium 565 mg24%
* The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA.

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Raising Broiler Chickens

To save on the grocery bill you can raise your own chickens in your back yard.

Broiler chickens can be raised for profit or self consumption which wil be cheaper than buying at the local grocery store.

Broiler chickens originate from jungle fowl which were domesticated, and are ready for slaughter at six to seven weeks. Young one day old chicks can be purchased at chicken hatcheries and come in a box of 100 with four partitions containing twenty five chicks in each partition.
If you intend raising them for self consumption a normal car garage can hold about one hundred chickens which must be slaughtered at six to seven weeks because feeding them longer is not profitable.

It is important to leave the lights on during the night because they keep on eating and drinking, speeding up their growth.

Chicken Feed Required

Number Of Chicks
Day 0-15
Day 16-25
Day 26-42
50 kg bags
50 kg bags
50 kg bags
Table Of Chicken Feed Required

Getting The Chicken House Ready

Getting Ready
Plan the amount of food you are going to need. You wil need a Starter, Grower, and Finisher.
You need medication, Stress, Fosbac, and Bedgen.
Stress is administered via the drinking water and is indicated as an aid for the improvement of immune response during periods of vaccination and disease challenges. It further aids in the management of stress related conditions. To minimize the negative effects on performance under conditions where vitamin intake or utilization is affected.
Bedgen is a natural liver detoxifier and liver protector. It is a nutritional stimulant which improves the digestive processes.
If intending to raise for resale you will also need Lasota and Gumbora which makes the chickens immune to fowl diseases which if contacted can wipe out all your chicks and you would be placed under quarrintine for a few months. These diseases are spread by peoples shoes or birds which were in contact with these diseases at other fowl houses.
Bedgen, Stress, and Fosbac is administered for the first four days, Lasota on the tenth and twenty one days, and Gumbora on the fourteenth and eighteenth day.
Prepare the the chicken house by putting a layer of sawdust 3 cm thick. Place the water feeders and feed trays prior to receiving the one day old chicks. Heat up the chicken house with a heater stating at 41 degrees, decreasing by one degree every day until normal room temperature and if it is winter the heater must stay on, remember these chicks have no mother hen to keep them warm, the heater is their mother.
When the chicks arrive, gently remove them from the container and place them on to the sawdust and monitor to see if they are feeding and drinking water.Check and feed them daily and within six to seven weeks they will be ready for the pot.
Feed them starter for the first two weeks and then Grower which is bigger grain, until six weeks and then finisher.

From Chicken House To Dining Room Table

The chickens are now ready to be slaughtered. The feathers can be pulled out or plucked, or the skin can be completely removed.Many people prefer to use the last method because the fat is in the skin.

They can be stored in the deep freeze, and removed one at a time for cooking.

you may want to sell to your friends and still make a small profit.

Broiler Chickens

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Red Heater lights for one day old chicksThree Week Old Chicks Notice the heater lights have been removed
Red Heater lights for one day old chicks
Red Heater lights for one day old chicks
Three Week Old Chicks Notice the heater lights have been removed
Three Week Old Chicks Notice the heater lights have been removed


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