Husbandry and trade of indigenous chickens in Myanmar—Results of a participatory rural appraisal in the Yangon and the Mandalay divisions

@article{Henning2006HusbandryAT,
  title={Husbandry and trade of indigenous chickens in Myanmar—Results of a participatory rural appraisal in the Yangon and the Mandalay divisions},
  author={Joerg Henning and Ayemon Khin and Than Hla and Joanne Meers},
  journal={Tropical Animal Health and Production},
  year={2006},
  volume={38},
  pages={611-618}
}
There is a variety of professions working with village chickens in developing countries, including farmers, veterinarians and chicken traders. People from all these occupations were involved in a participatory rural appraisal to investigate husbandry practices and trade of village chickens in Myanmar. Data were collected in two climatically different regions of the country, in the Yangon and in the Mandalay divisions. The breeding and training of fighting cocks was practised only in the… CONTINUE READING