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  • Bangladesh - H5N1 outbreaks over the last 1 1/2 years is one factor for rise in broiler prices

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    Grinding essential market buyers
    Abul Hasnat | Updated: 00:04, June 1, at 014 |

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    The reasons are: First, the one-day-old baby supply has fallen. Farmers are not getting the result according to the needs of children. Second, the unusual heat of the chickens eat less, growth is a result of late. It takes so much time to be useful to the sale. Third, the outbreak of bird flu and passed it to the dairy farmers in the last one and half years of doing business with a big part of the losses. As a result, they have reduced production.

    http://www.prothom-alo.com/economy/a...A6%A4%E0%A6%BE
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