The village of Upland Ceylan becomes white meat centre

7th, 2012
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The uncle of Harun Sağır, one of the charitable businessmen in Fethiye, and the member Kemer Municipality town council, Kamil Küçükekiz, had an agreement with a firm of white meat which is originally from Antalya. The firm supports Kükükekiz and the breeding of turkey by providing chicks, feed and vets. By this way, to the types of animal husbandry in the region of Fethiye, turkey breeding is added. In the process of breeding done under the observation of vets in an indoor farm, after a while the cutting starts and the meat of turkeys is sent to Antalya. Küçükekiz explained that “we are pleased to start such a company in the region of Fethiye. A new sector has appeared. The contribution of the works we have started to answer the demand of white meat to the economy of the region is going to be great because the firm provides us with any kind of support. The only thing we need to do is to have the turkeys complete their growth in a healthy way and hand the meat to the firm.” Küçükekiz called attention to the point that it is important to choose the village of upland Ceylan and said that “The breeding of turkey is to be done in a place that is high in terms of altitude, so the upland Ceylan is chosen for the breeding after long researches. The project that is going to be a sample for Fethiye and its region is a financially remarkable one in terms of the creating job opportunities. The firm’s guarantee to buy the products as well as providing many kinds of support makes the production very appealing. The firm gives the guarantee to buy from four thousand to four thousand three hundred turkeys. It provides feed and chicks. After the breeding of cattle, sheep and goat, we have started to breed turkeys. The uplands are very appropriate to breed turkeys. We will be able to breed about one thousand and five hundred turkeys in an area of three hundred square metres. The new trend of diet is going to be turkey.” (FG)

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