white feather chicken seedlings
The whole production process of "Fengda" brand green eggs is strictly in accordance with the requirements of the green breeding industry. There are no residual hormones, the egg yolk is large, the egg white is thick, the taste is pure, there is no fishy smell, and the egg shell color is standard. Neat, thick eggshell, high calcium, safe, safe, nutritious and fresh.
"Fengda" black-bone layer is a new breed of livestock and poultry with independent intellectual property rights developed by our company with the support of the College of Animal Science and Technology of Anhui Agricultural University after years of selection and breeding. The whole production process of "Fengda" black bone eggs is strictly in accordance with the requirements of green breeding. The egg shell is bright pink and neat in size. It has the traditional local fragrance and the unique flavor of rare and rare birds. It is a veritable king of eggs.
"Fengda" native eggs are fresh native eggs produced by "Fengda No. 1", which enter the market after being selected, graded, sterilized and packaged. The egg product is uniform in size, with large yolk and natural red-yellow color, dense egg white, pure taste, no fishy smell, and thick egg shell. It has passed the national "green food" certification.
On July 30-31, an evaluation expert group of 4 persons organized by the China Animal Disease Prevention and Control Center, accompanied by relevant personnel from the Provincial Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Bureau and the Provincial Animal Epidemic Control Center, conducted a report on the breeding center of Rongda Poultry Industry Co., Ltd. The on-site assessment of the "Avian Leukemia Purification and Creation Site" was completed.
At 9 a.m. on June 29, the Anhui Science and Technology Awards Conference was held, and the decision on the 2019 Anhui Science and Technology Awards was announced.
Announcement on the results of "Cultivation and Application of New Varieties of High-quality and High-yielding Layers (Supporting Lines)"