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dc.contributor.authorSarker, Debashish-
dc.description.abstractThe study attempts to determine the scenario of waste and biosecurity management of poultry farms located in Bagmara upazila, Rajshahi, Bangladesh. The study was conducted in 8th to 28th December 2018 at two village in Bagmara upazila. A total number of 31 commercial poultry farms was considered for the study. Each farm was visited individually, and a structural questionnaire was used to collect data related to poultry waste management system and biosecurity management in order to determine the public health concern surrounding farms. In this study, the percentage of broiler, layer and turkey was 9.68, 87.10, 3.23, respectively. In those farms 93.55% farm owner used poultry litter as fish feed whereas, 3.23 and 3.23% farm owner used litter as fertilizer and biogas. Majority of the farmer (87.10%) used cage rearing which is followed by shelf rearing (9.68 %) and floor rearing (3.23 %). About 97.77% farm had no foot bath. Most of the farms (77.24%) caused the water pollution while 54.84% farms produced noise and smell. About 83.7% farms used chemical sanitizer for disinfection purpose. Only 35.5% farms properly managed their dead birds and eggs. Most of the farms were surrounded by long tree and bush except 19.35% of farms. In conclusion, the litter and waste management system and biosecurity procedures in the study farms were not adequate. Poultry farm owners should undertake proper waste management systems to reduce the environment and public health risk from poultry waste.en_US
dc.description.sponsorshipDepartment of Dairy & Poultry Scienceen_US
dc.publisherChattogram Veterinary and Animal Science Universityen_US
dc.subjectPoultry, waste management, biosecurity and public health.en_US
dc.titleScenario of Waste Management of Poultry in Bagmara Upazila, Rajshahien_US
dc.typeTechnical Reporten_US
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