Effect of Covid 19 on Poultry Industry

Authors

  • M. Salman Khan Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, MNS University of Agriculture, 25000, Multan Pakistan
  • M. Taimoor Shahzad Khan Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, MNS University of Agriculture, 25000, Multan, Pakistan
  • Abrar Ayub Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, MNS University of Agriculture, 25000, Multan, Pakistan
  • Arslan Aslam Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, MNS University of Agriculture, 25000, Multan, Pakistan
  • Abdul Basit Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, MNS University of Agriculture, 25000, Multan, Pakistan
  • Muhammad Hamza Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, MNS University of Agriculture, 25000, Multan, Pakistan
  • Hamza Khalifa Pharmacy Department, Higher Institute of medical Technology, Bani Walid, Libya

Keywords:

Covid-19, farmers, Poultry Industry

Abstract

In the wake of the avian flu pandemic, the poultry sector was severely disrupted. Restaurant closures had a negative influence on the demand for chicken, which resulted in supply modifications for broiler growers. Estimating farmer losses is complicated because of the industry's vertical integration. There is no clear correlation between a price decline in broiler chickens and a price drop in other commodities because the farmers do not own the birds. Methods to better understand COVID-19's farm-level implications are discussed in this article.

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Published

2022-07-13

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