Indian Journal of Animal Research

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Indian Journal of Animal Research, volume 35 issue 2 (july to december 2001) : 157 - 158


B.S. Bhattu
1Department of Livestock Producfton and Management, CCS Haryana Agricultural University. Hisar-125 004. India
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Cite article:- Bhattu B.S. (2023). STATUS OF BROILER INDUSTRY IN INDIA -- A REVIEW. Indian Journal of Animal Research. 35(2): 157 - 158. doi: .
There are >10,000 broiler farms in India. Largest farms have the capacity to produce 10,000–20,000 broilers are week. The Indian broiler industry expanded from 31 million in 1981 to 300 million in 1992 and at with the present annual growth rate of 15 per cent it may exceed 800 million by the end of this century. Broiler meat consumption has increased almost three-fold during the last decade and broiler meat share will be around 90 per cent by the year 2000. An integrated project involving breeding, hatching, growing, distribution, marketing and export is successfully in operation in Maharashtra and now capable of landing 2,00,000 chicks per week as against 50,000 before.
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