El Salvador Certifies Poultry Farms in Honduras

Two poultry farms will begin to export eggs and on a second phase chicken meat to El Salvador after having been certified by that country.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Daily production by the poultry sector is about 2.34 million eggs per day.

Yesille C. Ponce reported the words of Jorge Ulloa, president of the Honduran Farmers’ Association, in LaPrensahn.com: "Products that will be exported include fertile eggs, chicks for fattening, laying hens, chicken meat and eggs, those that are predominant in the country."



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