Brunei Poultry Success in Singapore

BRUNEI DARUSSALAM - Brunei Darussalam's gross agricultural production in 2007 surged by $28 million, thanks to an $81.21 million contribution from the poultry industry.
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According to BruneiDirect the acting Director of Agriculture, Hjh Aidah bte Hj Mohd Hanifah, revealed the figures yesterday to over 100 village leaders in the Brunei-Muara District.

The department also said that Brunei is planning to export poultry and chicken eggs to Singapore as Brunei's self-sufficiency for poultry and eggs has reached 95 and 99 per cent respectively.

The second biggest contributor was agrifood processing (based on crop products) at $30.34 million followed by vegetables ($23 million), chicken eggs ($19 million), chicken nesting ($15 million), agri-food processing based on livestock production ($9.88 million), fertilised eggs ($8 million), fruits ($7 million), rice ($3 million), ornamental plants ($2 million), variety of plants ($1 million), beef ($0.9 million), fresh milk ($0.06 million) and goat meat ($0.05 million).

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