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Poultry business plunges in Hyderabad due to bird flu

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Poultry business plunges in Hyderabad due to bird flu

Poultry business plunges in Hyderabad due to bird flu

Poultry business across the country has witnessed a massive dip amid the outbreak of bird flu.

People hesitate to purchase poultry products amid Avian influenza disease.

Sale and transportation of poultry has been restricted in ongoing bird flu spread.

Shopkeepers in Hyderabad complained of poor sales of chicken.


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