Computerized Poultry Management System

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PROJECT PROPOSAL

TOPIC:DESIGHN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPUTERIZED POULTRY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

STUDENT NAME:BRENDA CLEOPA NGOWI

REGISTRATION NUMBER:10364/T.09

SUPERVISOR:Mr. KISANJARA

DATE:4TH DEC 2011

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER ONE:
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Problem description
1.3 Research Objectives 1.3.1 General Objectives 1.3.2 Specific Objectives 1.4 Research Question 1.5 Significance of the Research 1.6 Research Scope and Methodology

CHAPTER TWO
2.1Literature Review
2.2Importance of PMS
2.3Back-end Database
2.4Conclusion

CHAPTER 1

1.1 INTRODUCTION This chapter provides
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1.3.2Specific objectives
To ensure quality decision making on poultry production such as eggs and chicken Otherwise there will be a waste of time money and energy. To limit introduction of infection into a poultry operation Produce official report on Poultry-keeping.

1.4RESEARCH QUESTION
How to design and implement a PMS that will keep records of chicken farming and ensure profitability on their production operations.?

1.5SIGNIFICANCE OF THE RESEARCH
Record keeping and meeting production targets are good management practices that allow the identification and solution of problems. When a problem is identified, the next step is to at- tempt to fix it. Identifying the cause of and fixing a problem is an important part of the farmer’s knowledge base, and is likely to assist in preventing a recurrence of the problem (Barnett et al.,
2001). Records kept over time can help identify some of the possible causes of problems. One of the most useful record-keeping documents is a diary, which can be used in combination with record-keeping sheets to record major activities, problems identi fied, equipment repairs, deviations from equipment settings, and any staff issues. However automatically a database may be used later on to transfer records. Records of production, growth, feed, egg weights, mortalities, treatments given, and response to treatments should be maintained to assist investigations of sub-optimal performance. In all production systems, signs of ill
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