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Indian Poultry Industry Yearbook 1976-77


, : Indian Poultry Industry Yearbook 1976-77. Indian Poultry Industry Yearbook 1976-77: xxvii + 424

An introductory article notes that the Indian poultry industry has developed in the last 15 years, from a backyard business, owing to improved breeds of hen. Present egg production, though increasing rapidly, is less than 10% of that required to fulfil the Nutrition Advisory Committee recommendation of a minimum intake of half an egg daily per person. There is a summary of the recommendations of the National Commission on Agriculture relating to poultry development.

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