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Small-scale poultry production in Bangladesh: challenges and impact of COVID-19 on sustainability

Masudur Rahman, Emdadul Haque Chowdhury, Rokshana Parvin.


Poultry meat is an important source of animal protein in Bangladesh. Small-scale poultry production plays a crucial role in the socio-economic development and nutritional requirements of rural and peri-urban households and provides an income source for resource-poor areas. Therefore, focusing on small-scale poultry production remains important. However, improper management, disease outbreak, market volatility and many other factors are typically responsible for the sustainability of this rising prospect of small-scale poultry production potential. The recent pandemic coronavirus disease of 2019 (COVID-19) tremendously influenced the sustainability of the small-scale poultry sector. This review addressed Bangladeshi small-scale poultry production and its market value, identified issues, and suggested potential guidelines to sustain the small-scale sector

Key words: Bangladesh, Poultry Industry, Small-scale Poultry, Value Chain, Emerging Disease, COVID-19, Sustainability

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