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Vietnam cooperative raises quails to sell eggs to Japan

Thursday, January 26, 2017, 09:03 GMT+7

Founded in January 2015, a model of raising commercial quails by the Nguyen Ho Cooperative in Long Binh Hamlet, Long An Commune, Chau Thanh District, Tien Giang Province, has attracted 24 members.

The model is based on a clean and biologically safe industrial farm method, with the farming area spanning seven hectares and housing more than 200,000 quails.

The facility supplies more than 200,000 quail eggs that meet food safety standards for the domestic market and for export to Japan.

Every year, each member of the model makes a profit in the hundreds of millions of dong, after expenses. (VND100 million = US$4,464)


The farm is clean and biologically safe.


Quail eggs at the farm of Tran Nguyen Ho (Long Binh Hamlet, Long An Commune, Chau Thanh District, Tien Giang Province)


Tran Nguyen Ho checks his quail farm.


A worker at the Nguyen Ho quail farm classifies the eggs before sending them to incubators to turn them into baluts.


Quail eggs are put into trays for transportation.


Raw quail eggs are candled before distribution to the market.


Workers classify quail eggs with care.

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