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19 AUGUST 1964

Tailor broiler supplies to fit demand

55 YEARS AGO Despite having the market and means at its disposal, the British broiler industry was on the brink of bankruptcy. Farmer’s Weekly examined what lessons the South African poultry sector could learn from this.

Britain’s broiler industry is just 10 years old, and in this brief

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