Wednesday, July 13, 2022
Kerala, India to free up licensing rules for dairy and poultry farms
The state government of Kerala, India, is planning to liberalise the licensing rules for dairy and poultry farms to enhance the domestic production of milk, meat and eggs.
Monday, March 28, 2022
India's poultry production affected by rising maize and soy prices
Vignesh Soundararajan, managing director of major Indian poultry firm Suguna Foods, said rising prices of maize and soy has resulted in increased production costs for the poultry sector this year, The Hindu reported.
Friday, March 4, 2022
An update and overview of India's poultry: Bird flu in Maharashtra under control; backyard poultry still lacks government support
The poultry industry in Maharashtra, west India, has found itself dealing with bird flu cases and the spread of misinformation in recent times.
Thursday, March 3, 2022
Drop in poultry sales in Indore, India, impacts poultry prices
Indore, India's poultry prices have dropped by over 20% in the past two months due to a drop in sales in local and nearby markets, said poultry farms and traders.
Monday, February 14, 2022
Mexico suspends poultry imports from the US state of Indiana due to bird flu
Mexico's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has announced a ban on poultry imports from the US state of Indiana after bird flu was discovered there, Riviera Maya News reported.
Monday, January 17, 2022
Poultry farmers in Khammam, India, seek protection from bigger industry players
Small poultry farmers growing broiler chicken in Khammam district, India, wants the state government to intervene in the market and save them from bigger players in the industry.
Wednesday, January 5, 2022
A hurdle for India's import of soymeal to meet poultry farmers' demand
In the last decade, India's broiler sector was growing at the rate of 8-10% every year.
Wednesday, October 20, 2021
An overview of short and long-term impacts on India's poultry industry
Bird flu was India's unexpected guest in 2021 and affected poultry consumption in the first two months of the year. Then the second wave of COVID-19 started which again affected the supply chains of broilers and eggs. Skyrocketing soymeal p ...
Monday, July 26, 2021
Gurugram, India authorities declare poultry safe to consume following death of resident
Officials of Gurugram, India's animal husbandry department have declared poultry in the city safe for consumption after conducting a check at 18 poultry farms in Gurugam.
Monday, March 1, 2021
21 poultry birds die from bird flu in Maharashtra, India
21 poultry birds in Maharashtra, India, have died from bird flu, and the fatalities include 15 birds in Beed and six birds in Nandurbar.
Monday, January 25, 2021
India poultry association says bird flu rumours affecting business
The Poultry Farmers and Breeders' Association (PFBA) said rumours about chicken and egg consumption being harmful during COVID-19 and the current bird flu outbreak have affected the domestic poultry and maize industries, the Times of India ...
Monday, January 18, 2021
Poultry farms in Maharashtra, India cut production of broilers by around 50%
About 50,000 poultry farms in Maharashtra, India, have cut production of broilers by around 50% following a decline in poultry consumption due to a recent avian influenza scare, The Times of India reported on January 13.
Friday, January 8, 2021
Selling of fish, poultry banned in four subdivisions of Kangra, India
In the interest of protecting the health and safety of the public, Rakesh Kumar Prajapati, deputy commissioner of Kangra, India, prohibited the purchase and export of poultry, birds and fish in the city's four subdivisions, namely, Fatehpur ...
Sunday, October 11, 2020
Pandemic takes heavy toll on India's poultry sector
The lockdowns brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic has severely affected India's poultry industry, which has incurred losses of aroundUS$4 billion, Poultry Times reports.
Thursday, September 3, 2020
India poultry demand to reach 70% of pre-Covid level in Q3: Industry
India's chicken and egg consumption has started rising significantly, and is likely to reach 70% of pre-Covid levels in the current quarter, companies and trade bodies said, The Economic Times reported.

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