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A poultry farm in the northeastern province of Chaiyaphum reported that over 200 chickens died after the temperature dropped to 17 degrees Celsius earlier this week. The Department of Livestock Development reported that sudden changes in weather patterns are affecting the animal husbandry sector in Thailand. Chickens can tolerate cold temperatures below freezing, but sudden changes in temperature can affect their ability to resist infections. Over 200 chickens died at a poultry farm in Isaan’s Chaiyaphum province earlier this week when the temperature dropped to a chilly 17 degrees Celsius in the middle of summer. The strange cold spell experienced […]

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