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June 25  |  antibiotics, Beef, crops, Dairy, Farm, farmers, farms, food safety, Immune System, Livestock, Nutrition, Poultry, Research, safe drinking water  |   Webmaster

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Press Release

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June 27  |  antibiotics, News, Poultry, Press Release  |   Webmaster

PRESS  RELEASE

For Immediate Release                                                  June 26, 2012

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Poultry Crisis in India

India – Poor Supply, Bad Weather Push up Chicken Prices                                                         

Scorching weather has affected poultry production, resulting in severe shortages and price increases over the past two months.

The wholesale price of live broiler chickens has increased from 50% to 100% over the past two months and the average quality and market weight of the birds has declined.  Mortality rates in excess of 50% have been reported, but demand shows no signs of declining.  In fact, with the muslim Eid festival approaching in two months, demand will spike dramatically.

The Poultry Federation of India (PFI) has been working in conjunction with the government of India to alleviate and resolve the severity of the situation. However, sources say that prices could only rise further in the coming days; a respite is expected only once the monsoon sets in and the temperature falls.

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This is serious news indeed and the entire poultry industry is struggling to regain its stability.

One lucky broiler chicken operator, however, is beating the odds.  How?

He is using Oxy Blast!

Look at these amazing results, in comparison to the rest of the industry:

  • 150% increase in weight gain; 
  • 100% improvement in mortality rate
  • $30 daily savings in antibiotics    
  • 40% increase in net wholesale price 
  • 200% overall increase in sales & profits with less cost!

OXY BLAST WORKS!

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For more details about this story or for more information about Oxy Blast, please visit www.oxyblast.org/movie or call 1-866-466-8252.  Additional dealerships are available in India and other international markets.

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Poultry News – India

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June 25  |  Case Studies, Latest News, Poultry  |   Webmaster

Poultry News – India

Poultry and Chicken Prices Add to Summer Sorrows

 

Poor Supply, Bad Weather Push up Chicken Prices                                                        19 June 2012,  India Today

INDIA – Thanks to rising cost of chicken feed and the scorching weather, which are affecting poultry production, the price of broiler chicken in retail markets has gone up by about 40-50 per cent in the national Capital over the past two months

Poultry experts said it is due to the supply crunch from Haryana, Rajasthan and Punjab that the price has gone up. Traders at the Ghazipur-based chicken market claimed wholesale price of live broiler has increased from Rs.45-Rs.50 a kg to Rs.100-110 over the past two months. As a result, retail price of dressed chicken has gone up from Rs.120-Rs.140 per kg to Rs.180-Rs.190 a kg.

“Rising price of soy meal is one of the reasons, as it has led to higher cost of production. Poultry farmers have started feeling the pinch due to the rise in the price of chicken feed,” Ricky Thaper, former treasurer of the Poultry Federation of India (PFI), said.

However,Mr Thaper claimed the main reason is the prevailing high temperature which has further aggravated the situation. Another wholesale trader, said last month a lot of chicks died because of bad weather which has resulted in the sudden scarcity in Delhi and NCR areas. “Rise in temperature and humidity along with high power cost have contributed to the problem. Change in weather condition has raised prices.”

“The required temperature for poultry farming is between 24 and 30° Celsius. To maintain such a condition in the prevailing summer of 40°+ temperatures, farmers have to use fans, coolers and sprinklers. It increases power consumption leading to rise in the cost of poultry production,” he said.

The supply of chicken too has gone down by around 50 per cent in recent months. The searing summer heat has led to a sudden rise in chicken mortality rate, leading to reduced supply in the city. 

According to an estimate, the wholesale markets at Ghazipur and INA used to get around 200 trucks of chicken daily to cater to the demands of the city and NCR areas. But now the number has come down to almost half. Sources say that prices could only rise further in the coming days; a respite is expected only once the monsoon sets in and the temperature falls.

“Nowadays, we have been getting around 110-120 trucks. But the demand is showing no signs of coming down, rather, it has been increasing with the opening of new restaurants,” Mr Thaper added.

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This is serious news indeed and the entire poultry industry is struggling to regain its stability.

One lucky broiler chicken operator, however, is beating the odds.  How?

He is using Oxy Blast!

Look at these amazing results, in comparison to the rest of the industry:

150% increase in weight gain;  100% improvement in mortality rate;  $30 daily savings in antibiotics;     40% increase in net wholesale price;  200% overall increase in sales & profits with less cost!

 OXY BLAST WORKS!

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Oxy Blast follow up in India

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June 19  |  antibiotics, Farm, Immune System, Latest News, Poultry, Reports, Tests  |   Webmaster

Oxy Blast is revolutionizing India.  This just keeps getting better! 

I just got off the phone with our dealer in India with updated information.   No antibiotics have been used through this entire process.   The average cost for anitbiotics on this farm was $45.00 U.S. per day.  The complete Oxy Blast protocol has so far averaged only $15.00.

As of today we are down to .0003% mortality.  That is in just 7 Days – amazing!   And all at 1/3 of his previous cost using antibiotics and other hopeful solutions. The farmer is over-joyed and can’t wait to start our Oxy Blast protocol from the very beginning with the new batch of chicks arriving in a couple of days. 

Once word spreads, we will be inundated with requests from other chicken operations, especially with the Eid festival coming up soon, when the demand for chickens surges.  We will have to ramp up our dealership and distribution systems accordingly throughout all of India.

We’ll keep you updated 🙂

P.S.  How could you benefit from Oxy Blast ?

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Another Success Story

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June 18  |  antibiotics, Case Studies, food safety, Immune System, Latest News, Poultry  |   Webmaster

Chicken Farm Success Story in India

I recently went to India to train and work with our new Dealership and spent 16 days meeting with many people in many farms, industries, government, municipalities, universities and processing plants over 16 days. 

One of the challenges that we always face, is that people don’t like having to spend money on water for farms, let alone having the trust and confidence to spend it with the right people.  At the end of my visit, I felt that there was a huge market in India and that we needed to show them how we can help them to accomplish better operations through their water. 

One of the first farms I visited was a broiler chicken farm.  This gentleman worked very hard to set up his farm for success.  He had two houses (chicken barns) full of 13,700 birds. When we met, he had just finished spending a large amount of money on antibiotics; apparently a regular occurrence. Even though his antibiotics were costing him a lot more than the Oxy Blast protocol that I suggested, he was hesitant to consider my alternatives.  The reason he was sceptical, is that he did not know what results he would actually see. He already knew what results to expect with his antibiotics, but he did not know what the Oxy Blast protocol would do. When you don’t know what to expect, anything seems too expensive, since you can’t put a value to it; it’s only natural.  

Despite his doubts, he still gave us the go ahead, but then retracted, because the Dealer gave him the price for his complete turn (42 days) and he thought that it was too expensive. I reminded him that we have qualified experts on staff, i.e. Veterinarians, Nutritionists, Water Physiologists, Filtration Experts and Farmers.  These are all seasoned professionals; just another major difference that sets us apart from other companies in our industry which adds further value to our product and service.  We are the experts at what we do.  When our customers follow our protocol, 99.9% of them keep buying the product and keep using it.

I did tell him what he “could see”; cleaner water and nipples not plugging up, lower death loss, better feed conversion, better weight gains, less leg and tendon problems, drier litter, increased water consumption, lowered medication cost, improved daily gains, and a natural de-worming effect. I know you are all waiting to find out what happened, so here it is.

On June 10th, my Indian Dealer and I talked about going back to this chicken farm and seeing if we can get the customer to try our product.  When he got there, the farm was 20 days into stress and the death loss was at 33 a day; it was over 5%, and at 33 a day, every day was going higher than 5%, because as the days passed, it was compounding. His birds were dying because of E-coli and Chronic Respiratory Disease (CRD).

Day 1 June 11th – Death loss down by 1 bird, yes, I said 1 bird.   I got a call asking, “Are you sure this will work?”  Obviously the farmer and the new Dealer had doubts, while under stress.  We live in a fast-paced society and want something to work overnight; we want to see instant results. I told them that we cannot solve problems that have been there for over 20 days, in one night. I asked for 1 week to see if things turn around to their satisfaction. After 20 days, how deep do you think this infestation has gone and how much of a hold do you think it has on those chicks?

Day 2 June 12th – Death loss was down a little more (I cannot remember exactly what they said but it was not significant).  We talked a little more and kept with the stringent protocol. Also, I found out that the temperature was 42 C.  (wow, that is hot!), so we adjusted a couple of things to accommodate that.

Day 3 June 13th – Adjustments we made were starting to work. Death loss started to decrease in nice numbers; continued with the protocol.

Day 4 June 14th – Birds drinking more water, death loss down about 25%.  We are seeing definite results.  I called to speak with the Dealer who was with farmer.  The farmer is very happy, and the results are showing him that we know what we are doing. Birds are happier and he is on his way to having a recovery.  He asked how long to continue protocol and I said, “You are at 2.5% loss; we need to bring it down to 1% as soon as possible”.  The birds only have 18 days left and we need to get some weight on them to save the farmer from losses to his profits.

Day 6 June 16th –  Death loss is now down to 1.9%; which is fantastic in only 6 days, and the farmer is confident that it will continue to drop as time goes by.  In fact, he has commissioned the local Dealer to be in charge of ALL water and disinfecting protocols on his farm.  In 14 days, happy, healthy birds leave for the market with a happy, relieved farmer.  They then have only 3 days to clean up and prepare for the new batch of chicks to arrive.

The word got out about what we did on this farm. This brought phone calls from other farms and now we are hearing about death losses of 15-50% from farmers and operators who want to talk to us.  I developed a protocol for India suitable for every chicken house we go into. We are going to always assume the worst going in, so that we can be ahead of the potential problems. We have so many people calling the local Dealer that we are going to be on Skype every day now.

Now, we have done this on many farms with all different kinds of livestock and animals; helped them with their issues and ensure their success.  We have a good track record in all species as all our Dealers know.  We continue to help these farmers make more money and have a smoother running operation, especially since farming has taken a major blow in many parts of the world

A very big part of what I do is because I love helping people. I love it when someone can say thanks Zak you really helped us. That is such a good feeling; we hear it a lot and it is very gratifying.  What a great business we are all in!

 

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