The Poultry Association of Nigeria (PAN) have said that the high cost of feeds is forcing its members out of job.
The association lamented that the rising cost of consumables was dwindling their profit and making many farmers to quit the business.
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Secretary of the Plateau chapter of PAN, Mrs. Nanji Gambo, said there has been a decline in its membership as a result of the high cost of feeds in recent times as they are operating at a loss.
Gambo urged the government to allow some stakeholders to import maize and soya beans to reduce pressure on local products that are inadequate.
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