Who are we?

Poultry Ethiopia encourages entrepreneurs to work as poultry farmers in beautiful Ethiopia. Setting up more new business ensures that Ethiopia will continue to develop. As a financial or knowledge partner, you don’t have to do it alone – Poultry Ethiopia will do business alongside you!

Experience in knowledge

Poultry Ethiopia has been setting up new businesses in Ethiopia for more than 10 years. Why Ethiopia? Because Ethiopia offers great growth potential for the bio-industry. Sharing knowledge is in our nature and by setting up more new business, Ethiopia will continue to develop. That’s why we encourage entrepreneurs to work as poultry farmers in this beautiful country. You don’t have to do it alone, we are more than happy to share our knowledge.

Our team

Bert Bout

General manager Maranatha Farm

Farm focusing on the operational part of the operations, from 2015 to 2020 worked for Ethiopia Poultry, during this period started with Debre Holland and built the feed factory, after this I worked for 2 years as a poultry specialist at AgruniekRijnvallei in the Netherlands. Now I am responsible for managing the staff, feed factory and chickens. My drive is to create a good working atmosphere for the staff of both locations and meanwhile also improve the technical results of the chickens. Every staff member we have at work means a family with income. As a family, we also think it is important to show the staff something of the love of Jesus.

Bas van Ravenhorst

General manager Ethiopia Poultry

Arend Hardeman


What we do

Poultry Ethiopia has been supporting entrepreneurs in the bio-industry in Ethiopia for many years, in areas such as the production of fresh eggs and chicken meat. With 120,000 laying hens and a production of 90,000 eggs per day, we facilitate the food supply in Ethiopia. By providing advice and monitoring, we work towards a higher and more sustainable return under high production standards. We also keep in touch with the buyers of the products, in order to continuously work on a market for the products.


By supporting more new business, we are raising living standards in Ethiopia. Generating sustainable energy is also part of this. By installing your own windmill or solar panels, you as an entrepreneur become energy-independent. In this way, we work together towards a sustainable future.

Debre Zeit

Debre Berhan

Debre Zeit

90,000 eggs a day with 60 driven employees. Poultry Ethiopia invests in people and animals.

Debre Berhan

With this local chicken farm, Dutch entrepreneurs provide locals with eggs and meat.

Partner companies

Looking for a challenge?

Are you a passionate (bio)entrepreneur looking for a challenge overseas? Or are you looking for an instructive internship in the bio-industry? Send us a message, we’d love to provide you with some input!