The primary goal of Bábolna BROJLER Kft. is to be able to serve its customers continuously and to provide the ordered broiler day-old chickens and hatching eggs in excellent quality on demand. In the unprecedented economic environment caused by the COVID-19 epidemic, we do our best to ensure that our employees in poultry farms and hatcheries can carry out their daily routines safely, planned maintenance and investments can be made on time and, of course, we deliver the ordered items in time and quality. We apologize for the inconveniences caused by the measures taken in connection with the COVID-19 epidemic and we hope that life will soon return back to its normal track. You can count on the quality broilers offered by Bábolna BROJLER Kft. Now and in the future as well!

Our history


Today, the company's expanded production, hatchery and transportation capacities allows us to produce up to 80 million hatching eggs and hatch 30 million day-old broiler chickens annually, thus ensuring that large farms with significant production can be continuously supplied with quality goods worldwide.


Being independent, developments and modernizations begin, thanks to which the annual hatching egg production increases from 40 to 75 million pieces, thanks to which Bábolna Brojler Kft. once again becomes one of the key players of the Hungarian poultry breeding industry.


Following the privatization, now under the name Bábolna Brojler Kft., it continues the breeding work started in the late 60's with the installation of the Ross-308 parent stocks purchased from AVIAGEN.


The state-owned poultry breeding in Bábolna concludes a cooperation agreement with the American company of Arbor Acres, as a result of which the breeding of Tetra broilers will end, and the company will switch to the distribution of first Arbor Acres and then Ross type broilers.


Bábolna Broiler division, which operates within the frame of a state-owned company, distributes Tetra broilers until the end of the ´80s.


Significant progress has been made in improving the animal health status of breeding flocks. Large-scale exports of breeding and commercial hybrids begin.


The Bábolna State Farm lays the foundations of the industrial poultry breeding. Following the registration of the Tetra brand in 1967, in addition to brown and white egg hybrids, the first Tetra B broilers were launched.