poultry farming


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poultry farming

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Russia's poultry farming has several features that facilitate introduction of a system of traceability across the production of poultry products.
PESHAWAR -- To encourage backyard poultry farming among women and to increase rural women's contribution to household income, the administration of Mohmand Agency has distributed poultry packages among 50 marginalized females of Tehsil Prang Ghar including widows whereas they were also imparted three day special training so as they may able to do poultry farming on modern method.
Poultry farming in Indonesia is an industry including small, medium and large scale farms operated under traditional and modern management systems.
Pulwama, Sep 24 (ANI): With an aim to increase employment opportunities for the young people in Jammu and Kashmir, authorities have initiated various schemes to encourage them into the arena of poultry farming.
Earlier, the women were trained on poultry farming for a month by the Mercy Corps, a private organisation, promoting agriculture in Afghanistan.
The poultry feed gained importance with the emergence of poultry farming on a wide scale in the country.
He requested the government to exempt the poultry farms from property tax, as poultry farming was a part of agriculture sector.
He requested the government to exempt the poultry farms from property tax as poultry farming was a part of agriculture sector.
Al Semman Farm, located in Al Ain, is the first UAE poultry company to have achieved the HACCP certification in both poultry farming and processing plant operations, following stringent testing under the complex HACCP program.
It is important for public health as well as animal welfare that UK standards for poultry farming be modernised too.
Small-scale poultry farming and wild birds are being unfairly blamed for the avian flu crisis now threatening Africa, says a new report from environmental watchdog, Grain.
Then she regales me with the story of Sabina Khoza, a South African woman whose first venture into poultry farming failed because she did not realize that the chicks she bad bought were all cocks.