David Morfaw

Poult-Vault Inc.
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David Morfaw has always looked for business ventures that can support himself and his family. He even started various businesses at the young age of eight. From there, he moved up to his current venture, Poult-Vault Inc. which he believes can usher in a new era for his community financially.

But he isn’t just thinking about the bottom line with Poult-Vault, as he believes the poultry he provides can give necessary nutrients to people in the community that may be underserved in that capacity.  He has a business plan that maximizes each opportunity, whether it is selling immature chicks after 3-weeks, or keeping them until they are grown after 9-weeks, or selling layers and their eggs, or even providing the waste produced to local farmers for fertile manure.

David is constantly thinking about how he can upgrade his project and Poult-Vault is sure to grow with him at the helm.

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