Bird flu havoc! Chickens die of heart attack at poultry farm after chicken ban

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Bird flu havoc! Chickens die of heart attack at poultry farm after chicken ban
Bird flu havoc! Chickens die of heart attack at poultry farm after chicken ban

Bird flu: Chicken has been banned in 8 states of the country due to bird flu. But as soon as the chicken is banned, now the broiler chickens, which are eaten as chicken, have started dying from heart attack.

Poultry farm owners are suffering like this from all the time. First corona and now bird flu. Chicken has been banned in 8 states of the country due to bird flu. But as soon as the chicken is banned, now the broiler chickens, which are eaten as chicken, have started dying from heart attack. The main reason for this is the weight of the chicken. After weighing 2.5 kg, the chicken starts having many problems. And because of being banned, the cock is not going in the market right now. In poultry, her weight is increasing after eating grains.




When a broiler breed’s chicken or chicken is 15 days old, it weighs 500 to 600 grams. At 30 days, it becomes 1.25 kg. After 30 days, the dose of chicken is increased in this breed. He starts eating more grains. That is why the weight of 2 kg is reached in the next 5 days i.e. 35 days. And by 40 days it becomes up to 2.5 kg.

Demand for poultry up to 2.5 kg is in the market. But after this, it is sold at par. Due to the second over weight, the cock is unable to move properly. Due to the lack of proper operation, the granule is unable to eat completely, it is unable to drink water. At some point, you start dying. Heart attack comes, which is happening now with this breed.

The rate and demand is determined

who trades a chicken by the name of Rachana Poultry in Ghazipur market, usually from 900 grams. The chicken up to 1.25 kg is used to make tandoori chicken. Similarly, from 1400 grams to 1700 grams of chicken medium and 2.5 kg of rooster comes in the category of fat. 2.5 kg chicken is mostly used in making korma.

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