This study was used to profile the coping strategies of poultry farmers in the Southwestern Nigeria during the outburst of the dreaded disease called COVID19.The entire world was put on halts and many businesses and farming were paralyzed. Ikole, Ijero, Ado, Oye, Ifaki LGAs all in Ekiti State Southwestern Nigeria was used for the study. A multistage sampling technique was used in the study. 100 respondents were interviewed. The data collected were analyzed using inferential statistics tools, descriptive statistics as means, frequency tables, etc., were used to describe the socio-economic characteristics and the coping strategies of poultry farmers during COVID-19. The mean age of the respondents is 40.59 years, male gender is (67%), while37% are the female farmers. It was also shown that 61.0% of the respondents were married, and only 9% had no formal education. Study showed that 88% of the poultry producer used early marketing strategy to prevent over feeding of the birds, reduction in cost of production, 84% sells to consumer in lieu of retail, 80% reduced stock of production because there was no way to market the bird, so as to avoid lost, a lot of people reduce the number of stock they rear to a little quantity they can sell within their environment since people movement has been restricted, The farmers used dry fish silage as protein, private feed milling and use of fruits and fruits co-product during the period under review.