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    Chicken Feed Factory In Pakistan Hyderabad

  • We have to feed more mouths, and feed them right

    “We not only have to feed more mouths, we have to feed them right,” says a senior official of the Ministry of National Food Security and Research...

    “In that case, we’ll have enough space available for minor crops or minor and more value-added crops,” speculates a young scientist associated with the Pakistan Council of Scientific and Industrial Research...

  • Feed the birds, feed the soul

    A grandfather with his three little grandchildren, one of whom is in a pushchair, stops by at the roundabout across the Sindh High Court building to feed and admire the pigeons...

    The place is also known as ‘Kabootar Chowk’ because of the many pigeons who flock there in huge numbers to feed...

  • Punjab's Chicken meat, feed not contaminated, court body tells SC

    LAHORE: The Supreme Court was told on Friday that chicken meat was safe for human consumption as it did not contain any contamination or toxins...

    Advocate Salman Akram Raja, head of a committee made by the court, stated this in a report filed before a three-judge bench seized with a suo motu case about alleged contamination in poultry feed and meat...

  • Facebook shifts News Feed, gives priority to friends

    WASHINGTON: Facebook said Tuesday it was reconfiguring its News Feed, in a move aimed at giving people more information about what is happening to “the friends you care about...

    “The goal of News Feed is to show you the content that matters to you,“ said a blog post by Facebook's Max Eulenstein and Lauren Scissors...

  • Concerns expressed over toxic contamination of animal feed

    ISLAMABAD: The administration of the military farms Okara has expressed concerns over toxic contamination in the animal feed made from genetically-modified cotton seed which it said was deteriorating the health of its pedigreed cattle...

    The military farm believed that aflatoxin, a type of fungus, had made cattle feed bitter and attacked their reproductive system, especially that of bulls, lowering their sperm count...

  • Machines can feed us for less money

    What isn’t grain — the stalks and leaves — the combine can either chop up and leave on the field to provide cover and organic material, or bale for animal feed...

    Although replacing horses was important because farmers no longer had to grow the grain to feed them, the biggest factor in the price drop, according to Prabhu Pingali, professor of applied economics and management at Cornell, was better-yielding crop varieties...

  • Mumbai police force-feed thief over 40 bananas in bid to retrieve gold chain

    MUMBAI: Indian police successfully deployed an unusual technique to retrieve a gold chain that a thief had swallowed while officers were in hot pursuit ? they force-fed him more than 40 bananas...

    The man denied snatching the chain from a woman in the street in Mumbai and swallowed it in a desperate bid to conceal his crime last week, but hospital x-rays suggested otherwise
  • Hike in feed-gas prices for the fertiliser industry

    WITH the government having raised feed-gas prices for the fertiliser industry from September 1, the impact is already visible in the market...

    In August alone, the Pakistan Kissan Ittehad picketed for three days in front of the Punjab Assembly and forced the chief minister to assure them that their grievances will be redressed...

  • Six cows die because of ‘poisonous feed’

    TOBA TEK SINGH: As many as six costly cows died, while several other cattle have fallen sick allegedly after being fed poisonous feed at 712-GB village...

    A farmer, Hafeezur Rehman, reported to Kamalia Sadar police on Sunday that he bought some bags of cattle feed from a shop at Kamalia for his livestock...

  • Bangladeshi Buddhist monks feed fasting Muslims over Ramazan

    DHAKA: A Buddhist monastery in Bangladesh is serving food to hundreds of poor Muslims during Ramazan, in a rare example of social harmony between the religions in the South Asian nation...

    Dharmarajika, in the capital Dhaka, has become a hit on social media since it started distributing daily food packs for Muslims who break their fast during Iftar
  • Buddhist monks feed fasting Muslims in Dhaka

    DHAKA: A Buddhist monastery in Bangladesh is serving food to hundreds of poor Muslims during Ramazan, in a rare example of social harmony between the religions in the South Asian nation...

    Dharmarajika, in the capital Dhaka, has become a hit on social media since it started distributing daily food packs for Muslims who break their fast at sunset
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