Sea buckthorn: new feed opportunity for poultry in cold arid Ladakh region of India

  title={Sea buckthorn: new feed opportunity for poultry in cold arid Ladakh region of India},
  author={Avishek Biswas and Vijay Kumar Bharti and Sk Acharya and D. D. Pawar and S. B. Singh},
  journal={World's Poultry Science Journal},
  pages={707 - 714}
Poultry farming is very difficult in the cold arid Himalayan region of India, where the altitude is 3048–3658 m above mean sea level (MSL) and the temperature ranges from +35°C to -35°C. Poultry farming in Leh-Ladakh has been a venture that has generally taken a back seat in this cold, arid region for a number of reasons. Firstly, the Buddhist community makes up the majority of the population in this region, and, because of their largely vegetarian lifestyle; they generally avoid killing… 

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