volume of over 700 pages, it has been in publication since 1973.
Planned as self-help manual, it provides a wide sweep of technical
and economic information.
Productivity & Profits:
As a standard work of reference, the Yearbook presents new ideas,
analyses and insights. The databook-cum-management guide of proven
practices helps improve farm performance and optimize available
resources. It also identifies new industry trends, market opportunities
and investment prospects.
ways in which this compendium can be used include:
ready reckoner & training manual for problem solving by
handy Buyer's Guide to locate reliable suppliers of inputs,
equipment and services through its Directory section of some 7,000
suppliers, organizations and specialists, grouped under 29 headings;
a training manual with help of charts, graphs,
tables and pointers in its Management Section; and,
a production and marketing handbook for various data in
it to be used for more effective planning of poultry projects
and their implementation.
Techno-economic feasibility and viability of commercial poultry
farming, a broiler hatchery and integrated broiler projects.
Special Features: Over
50 topical articles on diverse topics including marketing strategies,
more eggs in hot climates, automation and profitability and update
on technical developments.
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brief glimpse of India's Poultry Industry:
has been in the news, attracting foreign investors with good returns,
booming markets and expanding economy. Like other sectors, the
trusty chick is chirping ahead. Demand for eggs and broilers is
picking up. The Government of India recognizes the importance
of poultry for enhancing nutrition and providing employment. In
recent years, commercial farms have grown in size and sophistication.
New projects for processing of eggs and broilers are in various
stages of implementation. NRIs have also shown interest in investing
in poultry projects. Poultry also holds promise of exports. "Go
global; act local" is the message of the day. India hosted the
XX World's Poultry Congress in 1996. The poultry industry is all
set for a wave of growth. The present is great with the future!
1970, India's annual egg production has gone up seven times to
about 34,000 million, making her the world's fifth largest egg
producer. The emergence of integrated broiler projects has stimulted
growth in this sector. Rising from a negligible output of 4 million
broilers in 1971, India has now touched the 675 million mark.
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