Poultry Industry in Nigeria and Climate Change Implications

Published on: 05/16/2017
Author/s : Dr. Stephen Oluwole Adejoro D.V.M / International Poultry Consultant & Contract Head of Research and Marketing, Zartech Limited, Nigeria.

INTRODUCTION The poultry industry is one of the most viable and popular agricultural business industries in Nigeria. The industry has been pitched on a solid ground such that it has become a means of livelihood in the rural and urban communities in the country. Presently, Nigeria poultry industry is valued at about 8 billion USD and is the most industrialized segment in the Nigeria livestock indu...

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Begerano Albert
Animal Nutritionist
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16/05/2017 | Thanks check again broiler average weight it can't be 21 gr
Stephen Adejoro Dr
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Re: Poultry Industry in Nigeria and Climate Change Implications
16/05/2017 |

Was weight of Broiler or pullet DOC mentioned in this article? surely No!

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