About Us

Nyaluwanga Poultry farm led by the Managing Director Mrs Cecilia Mseteka, has been in operation since December 2014, and specialises in producing poultry and poultry products.

Our business has an excellent track record for the best customer satisfaction and we never compromise on the quality of services we offer to our customers. We believe in keeping our customers happy by providing them with high quality Poultry meat. The importance of poultry meat as a source of high quality proteins, minerals and vitamins to balance the human diet, cannot be overstated.

Driven by the knowledge that broiler farming can be an important source of family income or can provide subsidiary income and gainful employment to farmers throughout the year, Nyaluwanga farm also works with other aspiring small-scale Poultry farmers, helping them start their own poultry business by providing advice and planning, through to implementation of their project.

Our Services

At Nyaluwanga farms we believe in quality products, therefore qualified personnel is crucial in focusing on the outcome of our produce. That is why we employ a team that fully understands the whole process of poultry farming. With such a team we are able to give the best to our clients and prospective clients.

Professional Technical guidance from our suppliers is also readily available to the staff. Bio-security practices by Management and staff ensure minimal mortality and a disease free environment.


The farm is located in the Choma agricultural area, just nine Kilometers from Mzuzu Central Business District (CBD).
The farm operates two outlet shops. One along Chimaliro Road (opposite Mary Mount School) and the second shop situated at Shop Number 2 Kwawala Building (behind P.T.C.)

Our client base is spread in the northern region of Malawi and plans are afoot to widen the net to reach other corners of Malawi.


We have a dedicated team that ensures we deliver the best quality product to you our valued customers.

A Message from Cecilia Mseteka - managing director