Meeting of Layer wing Committee was held on 5th October, 2019 at Poultry House, 24 –R,Johar Town, Lahore.
Meeting of Layer wing Committee was held on 5th October, 2019 at Poultry House, 24 –R,Johar Town, Lahore. The meeting was chaired by Ch. Muhammad Fargham Regional Chairman PPA (NR). The proceedings commenced with a recitation from the Holy Quran.Ch. Muhammad NusratTahir,Mr. Khalid Saleem Malik, Mr. Tariq Mehmood, Dr. ShahidIqbal, Dr. ArshadHanif and about 150 members attended the meeting.
Ch. Muhammad NusratTahir, while addressing the meeting said that all the farmers should keep themselves in contact with each other and maintain cooperation bonds with each other to bring uniformity in their work to share the information related to business.Mr. Khalid Saleem Malik while discussing the importance of unity and membership of PPA either layer or broiler farmer should get membership of PPA so that this forum is made more stronger than ever. He emphasized that quality feed should be fed to flocks, so that better production is taken only 1-2% fishmeal should be added in layer feed. He further proposed that feed given to the flocks should be absolutely free of toxins and antibiotics. Heproposed to give those medicines to chicks that remain in gut instead of mixing with blood. By doing this we can be able to increase the production.
It was decided that consumer education campaign should be run to create awareness amongst the masses about advantage of eggs which are very important for growing children. It was also decided that we by our collective efforts should work to eliminate the stunting problem in children and to make women and men healthy as eggs are considered Super Food.
While concluding Ch. Muhammad Fargham Vice Chairman PPAs said that all the layer farmers should have inter relations like broiler control houses so that they could share the disease problems with each other ,if found on any layer farm. He hoped that by taking above mentioned steps, by the grace of Almighty Allah, we would be able to help the layer farmers to come out from critical situation