Poultry farming

Poultry farming News

Karnataka poultry farmers urge Centre to drop notification on cages

The rules by the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare are to take effect in early 2020. The poultry sector has been given 5 years to switch over to new systems.

Pune: In a period of sluggish demand, poultry farmers also face high input costs and sliding prices

Prices tend to drop due to low demand and excess production, but this year, high input costs and the drought are adding to farmers’ troubles. Poultry meat, meanwhile, is being sold at Rs 140-150 per kg. I

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Poultry farmers cry foul

Falling rates in March stumps industry in month synonymous with high prices.

Step up to the plate

A study on antibiotics in poultry farming confirms gaps in food safety and regulation that need plugging.

Eggs,chicken flying off plates on cost

Prices of poultry feed consisting of oilseed cakes,rice bran,grounded maize and soya-rose by 69%.

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