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Layer Conference On 15-04-2017

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    Summer Heat Stress Management of Poultry - Introduction
    Poultry are prone to heat stress during periods of high temperature and humidity. This is because, unlike mammals, birds do not have sweat glands. Hot weather can have a severe impact on poultry performance; production efficiency drops and mortality risk rises. All chickens are susceptible to heat stress, but particularly older birds. High temperatures and humidity levels cause reduced growth, egg production and habitability. Heat stress also causes smaller egg size, thin egg shells, and poor internal egg quality.



    MYCOPLASMOSIS - A serious problem of poultry industry.
    Mycoplasmosis, commonly known as chronic respiratory disease of chickens, has existed in our country since time immemorial and was largely controllable. Recently, however, it appears to have emerged with renewed vigour, has become more common and a serious challenge to the industry. Why?



    Predisposing factors for respiratory diseases in birds.
    The global poultry is ever changing and is influenced by factors whether genetic, environmental or new and emerging diseases. Most of the commonly occurring diseases in birds belong to the respiratory group, which are predisposed by a number of factors.



    Empowerment of Rural Women through backyard Poultry a success story.
    Rural Poultry production is being recognised as important component of socio economic improvement among the weaker section of society; specially landless labour, small & marginal farm womens. Rural Poultry generates self employment, provides supplementary income with protein rich food at relatively low cost.



    Precautions to be taken care by farmers in Winter Season.



    CHICKS RATE (As On Date 19-Mar-2018)

    M.P. 45/-, C.G. 47/-, BIHAR 52/-,
    ODISHA 48/-, GUJRAT 42/-, MAHARASTRA 42/-,
    U.P. 50/-, W.B. 50/-, JHARKHAND 52/-


    BROILER BIRD RATE (As On Date 19-Mar-2018)

    SMALL 92/-, MEDIUM 80/-, BIG 70/-


    EGG RATE (As On Date 19-Mar-2018)

    JABALPUR 320/-, BHOPAL 310/-, INDORE 300/-,
    RAIPUR 315/-, HYDERABAD 330/-, MUMBAI 370/-,
    DELHI 310/-, KOLKATA 360/-

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