Performance

PERFORMANCE

In Hock Soon Farm, volumes speak results.

Equipped with a fully-operated feed mill with a production capacity of 8000 tonnes/day, our farm now has six silos – three 1000 tonnes and three 500 tonnes.  Our mill is equipped with two fully computerized systems whereby one is kept on standby for back-up use in case the other breaks down.

Our current capacity for production has reached 1.2 million eggs daily – a significant performance achievement 30 times greater versus the 30,000 we used to churn out back in the 70s.

Below is the journey of our milestones:

1960s

Founded by Mr. Ong Kim Hock in the state of Selangor with just a few hundred hens producing a small number of eggs a day.

1979

Assisted by his sons – Ong Boon Leng, Hock Soon builds another layer farm in Bidor, Perak with production capacity of 30,000 eggs / day and continued the expansion process.

1992

Egg production reached 180,000 / per day.  Foreseeing that traditional labor intensive open house system would pose a limitation for layer farm to grow bigger, Mr. Ong Boon Leng embarked on several years of surveys and research to explore new innovative systems to enhance and expand farm production.

1996

Hock Soon made its technological advancement in egg farming by deploying a new and innovative automated closed-house system from German to further expand farm production to 300,000 eggs daily.

1999

A fully computerized feedmill with production capacity of 5,000 mt was build to cater the need for the fast expanding egg production.

2000

Mr. Ong Hong Hui joined the Management Team and further accelerated the company’s development pace with his expertise in business administration, finance and computerization.

2004

Hock Soon ceased the operation for all traditional open-house in year and the farm transformed into a fully automated egg production complex.

2006

Hock Soon was accredited by the Department of Veterinary Services as a ‘Good Animal Husbandry Practitioner (SALT)’ in recognition of its continuous efforts in implementing Quality Assurance Practices and dedicated veterinary and poultry health services.

2007

To contribute to preserving the environment, Hock Soon started a fermentation organic fertilizer plant to treat poultry manure and transform waste into environment-friendly fertilizer.

2012

Hock Soon completed its final expansion of farm production to 1.2 million eggs a day.  Planning for a second 1.2 million eggs production complex is already underway.

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