Broiler farming in Bangladesh, serves as a ready source of income particularly among the rural poor people when they need money and create employment opportunity for educated unemployed youth and also for women. Broiler meat is also an important source of protein for all people irrespective of caste and religion. In this study, comparison was made between contract broiler farming (which means farmers reared broiler birds under supervision of contracting institution which provided them technical, financial, and marketing support) and farmers own managed farming. The study was conducted in three Upazilas of Kishoreganj district in Bangladesh. The study found that there was no significant differences exist between two categories of broiler farming in terms of profitability and efficiency achievements. However, sometimes broiler farmers faced tremendous losses in their farming due to spread of bird flu disease. In this case, if they got adequate financial compensation from government, broiler farming in Bangladesh can sustain from subsistence to commercial level.