Turkmenistan implements its first incubation poultry project
Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, July 10
By Huseyn Hasanov – Trend:
Turkmenistan’s Nurly Meydan company has implemented the country's first project for incubation of poultry, Trend reports referring to the Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of Turkmenistan (UIET).
The first 100,000 hatching chickens were obtained in Bereket District of Turkmenistan’s Balkan Region, the information says. In July, it is planned to receive four more lots with the same volume.
At the hatchery of the chicken farm, equipment from the Belgium’s Petersime and Roxell companies is installed.
In total, 14 million chickens are planned to be received annually, including 12 million for the production of broiler chickens and two million for laying hens. In addition to incubation eggs, 20 million table eggs will be produced for the food sector, the report says.
The manufacturer is focused on the domestic market and on the sale of products abroad. Orders have been already placed by Afghanistan, Uzbekistan and China.
The production of Nurly Meydan is recognized as complying with the requirements of ISO 22000 and ISO 9001 international standards.
Some 400 hectares of land have been allocated for the feed base. In August of this year, it is planned to launch a plant nearby, with a capacity of 75,000 tons of granulated feed per year.