China is the largest chicken producer in the world.
In 2017, the country raised more than 1.4 billion chickens, which are then sold to the world for meat and dairy products.
But now, with the Chinese government stepping up control over what’s produced and how it is sold, the nation’s chicken farmers are seeing a boom in profits.
One of China’s biggest farmers, a large Chinese chicken farm named “Bryant Brothers” in Shenzhen, has been producing some of the world\’s most valuable chicken for the past 30 years.
The world\’S most valuable, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) estimates that there are about 2,600 US farms that are producing more than 5 million birds per year, according to a 2016 report by the USDA, and this number is growing every year.
But this is not happening in China, which is a country of about 80 million people.
It is believed that about 70% of Chinese chickens are sold for human consumption.
The other 70% are sent to the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Spain and other European countries, the USDA said in the 2016 report.
“The demand for chicken in China is so strong, there are so many chicken farms, so many chickens are being produced, and so much money is spent,” David Barham, chief executive of Barham Farms, told Business Insider.
But while Barham\’s company produces around 4,500 tonnes of chicken per year (the average farm produces around 3,000 tonnes), there are still far too many farms in China that have not been inspected by the country\’s Ministry of Agriculture for a number of reasons, including overcrowding, poor hygiene and poor water treatment, according a report from the UK-based advocacy group BirdLife.
It has been a long time coming.
For the past three decades, China has been one of the most aggressive poultry producers in the developing world, producing over 200 million chickens per year.
The country\’d become so successful at controlling the supply chain that it is now importing the majority of its chicken to Europe and the US.
But when the country came under pressure to improve the environmental standards in its chicken processing, it made some big changes.
In 2009, China began requiring all chicken processing plants to be accredited with a third-party certifying body, which was an attempt to ensure the birds were not coming from illegal farms.
In 2016, the government introduced a national standard to certify poultry farms, which means that only certified farms can produce chickens that meet the standards set by the government.
As a result, Barham Brothers, which currently farms around 300 acres of land in the town of Banyang, is now the biggest chicken producer on the planet, with over 300,000 birds produced annually.
“It\’s a very different business,” Barham said.
“It\’ll take years to get to that point where we can compete with other companies.
The biggest challenge for us is that we can\’t sell chickens on our own terms, and we can only sell them through third parties.”
The world’s most valuable Chicken, a chicken farmer from Banyong, China, in 2018.
The most valuable China’s chicken farm.
The biggest chicken farms in the whole world are based on private land, which has been around for centuries.
But with the arrival of a number a more modern technology, China\’s chickens are now able to be processed on a scale that allows the farm to keep up with demand.
In the past few years, Chinese chicken farmers have started using technologies that can be used in many different industries.
For instance, Chinese farms are also using technology to produce more eggs that can pass the inspection process.
Bryants Brothers also uses a technology called “sustainability” to ensure that all its chickens are raised in a way that minimises the number of animals on the farm.
The company said that its chickens receive water and nutrition supplements through the use of micro-chips that can detect diseases and parasites, which helps the farm prevent animal waste.
It also uses bio-tech to ensure chickens have good nutrition, which allows them to avoid getting sick from food poisoning and stress.
“We have been growing chickens for almost 30 years, and now we have been able to do so using these technology that we had never seen before,” Barah said.
“This is a very innovative approach, and I think we are going to see more innovation in this sector.”
But Barham has been worried about the environmental impacts of the technology, particularly the use by Chinese chicken farms of toxic chemicals like phosphorous.
“I think there is a risk of phosphorous getting into the food chain, so we have to make sure we get it out of the water,” he said.
While Barham Bros is the biggest of the big chicken farms on the