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Farming

  • The term ‘Poultry’ applies to a rather wide variety of birds of several species and it refers to them whether they are alive or dressed.
  • Poultry farming is the practice of raising poultry, such as chickens, turkeys, ducks geese, as a subcategory of animal husbandry, for the purpose of farming meat or eggs for food.
  • The contrasting method of poultry farming is free range, and friction between these two main methods has led to long term issues of ethical consumerism.
  • Yarding is actually a separate cult by which a chicken and a cow are combined when farming poultry.
  • Today poultry farming has transformed itself into an organized industry. It plays a major role in the fight against malnutrition and poverty among the rural masses of our country.

Processing

  • Large producers harvest all their birds at once (all-in, all-out). Small producers often "skim" by harvesting larger birds and leaving smaller ones to grow.
  • A growing number of small producers are raising poultry outdoors on pasture, processing the birds on-farm or in regional processing facilities, and selling the meat directly to customers at the farm or at a farmers' market.
  • Slaughter of poultry in suitable surroundings by hygenic methods is essential for the production of wholesome meat, extension of the shelf life of the product, reduction of post harvest losses and protection of public health.

Industry

  • The production of poultry on a small scale is very important in less developed countries, particularly in places some way from the main commercial and industrial centres.
  • An Indian poultry industry has the inherent potential to become the world- leader.
  • Traditionally many poor people are raising poultry in their back yards. These rustic chickens and eggs fetch higher price in local market.
  • Many countries are exporting eggs at prices lower than production costs. Poultry industry with high investments in these countries is under threat of extinction.
  • In a global poultry bazaar, Indian eggs are cheapest.

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