Poultry farmers presented needs prior to breeding grounds
Hyderabad: To go over the future strategy versus the harassment to chicken farmers, their leaders from various areas of the State satisfied on Tuesday at Kompally as well as mulled over numerous problems as well as needs prior to preparing a resolution to present the exact same prior to the agents of breeding grounds versus whom they are having problems.
According to Sudhakar Rao Machha, State President Telangana Integration Poultry Farmers Association, “Around 400-500 leaders representing the poultry farmers from 15 districts of the State turned up to the meeting to discuss various issues and get details from the reports of harassments the farmers are facing while propagating the poultry.” The leaders likewise presented couple of needs for the development of households associated with chicken farming. Demands elevated throughout the conference consist of rate rise by Rs 15 per kg, abrogation of Food Consumption Ration fees, leisure in operation Agriculture birthed wells for chicken rearing as well as cost-free power supply for chickenindustry Later, a delegation of chicken ranch leaders contacted the agents of leading breeding grounds such as General Manager Venkateshwara Hatcheries Limited Bala Subramanyam as well asGeneral Manager Suguna Chicken Krishnam Raju The chicken ranch leaders made a depiction to them as well as prompted them to go over the needs with the greater authorities taking the chicken leaders right into factor to consider.
Sudhakar Rao educated that they are intending to increase the concern dealt with by the chicken farmers with the State government quickly by contacting Minister K T Rama Rao where we can present the needs too for the total well-being of the farmers associated with chicken farming. Poultry ranch leaders from 15 areas of the State significantly Vice President Telangana Integration Poultry Farmers Association Rajeshwar Reddy, General Secretary Sara Srinivas, Pappu Raji Reddy as well as Ch Srinivas Reddy as well as various other existed in the conference.