broiler industry in Trinidad and Tobago 1969-1971 by F. Kalloo

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Statementby F. Kalloo.
ContributionsTrinidad and Tobago Central Statistical Office.
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4(2), pagesJanuary. Handle: RePEc:ags:fabtho Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) has a large and thriving commercial poultry industry and is self-sufficient in meat and egg production [1]. It is estimated that over 37 million chickens were slaughtered.

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